The QA team has worked very hard in preparing The Quality Assurance Report.  We ask that you take a moment to read it and go over the following document in order to fix the most common errors made on PCRs. Thank you Alizee, Sophie and Alexandre C-G for your involvement!

General Guidelines for Writing Reports

  • Respiratory rates are often forgotten. These are especially important when dealing with patients who have an altered state of consciousness, have respiratory difficulties or distress.
  • When patients are weak or confused, a CBGM is important to take.
  • Trauma patients should almost always receive O2. We should always do a wet check, a head to toe check, and a neuro screen.
  • Children and babies should always be given O2. While this may be difficult to do at times, an attempt to administer O2 must be made.
  • Members are not to take orders from other people on scene, except if it is a medical doctor who gives you their permit # and takes responsibility for the call, or a midwife in the case of a birth.