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Hello! My name is Becca Horton, and I'm currently a senior at Roanoke College in Virginia as well as an EMT. As a part of my final thesis, I am conducting research on EMS experiences and personality attributes. The study consists on an online survey that should only take about 10 minutes to complete. The study has been approved by the Roanoke College Institutional Review Board. The information from the surveys will prove beneficial for the entirety of the EMS community as a whole. The link is below. Thank you for your help! https://roanoke.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3JdOwd2cTUQBgj3?fbclid=IwAR12vNgykj9bc6LzesOgI0nYMr2o_3II0DeHp2cCLu4ljgXYHXDB27_YKdc
Welcome Everyone ! I am Paramedic Student and I have to write a research paper that must present factual information and NOT BE A PRO OR CON research paper. The research paper must be at least 7 pages. I am looking for any idea on topic. Thank you, MZPL22
Earlier this year, I ran a call involving an patient who was well known in certain communities. The call was an obvious DOA (so the individual has long since deceased). The investigation around the death ended months ago and the patient's information and background (his career, etc.) was released to public for news stories. Now that I'm back at the university, I have the opportunity to present a project in one of my classes that revolves around this patient's research (the research the patient did during their career). All of this is legal, of course. The patient, prior to the incident, was a renowned researcher and has accessible files all over the web. My presentation will ONLY involve this patient's research because that's what's relevant to the class. But the main reason I wanted to do a project on this research was because it hit home for me so much, due to the fact that I ran this call. My main question is can I LEGALLY say that I was on scene after this individual's death? The purpose is to give reason for why I wanted to cover this research topic in that class. If the information about his death is known publicly in the news, is it a HIPAA violation for me to say that I was there? I'm not planning on giving any details about what I saw on the scene or after the scene. All of the information that I have outside of the fact that I was present after the death comes from stories that are from website articles (already released to the public). I just want to avoid any legal trouble for mentioning that I was there. Does anybody have an idea about this? I'll also apologize if I posted this to the wrong forum. I am new here!