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The Longitudinal Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Attributes and Demographics Study (LEADS): The First 10 Years and a Look at Public Perception of Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

  • Remle P. Crowe (a1), Melissa A. Bentley (a2) and Roger Levine (a3)

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Crowe RP , Bentley MA , Levine R . The Longitudinal Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Attributes and Demographics Study (LEADS): The First 10 Years and a Look at Public Perception of Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016;31(Suppl. 1):s1s6.

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Correspondence: Remle P. Crowe, MS, NREMT National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians 6610 Busch Blvd Columbus, Ohio 43229 USA E-mail: rcrowe@nremt.org

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Conflicts of interest: none

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1. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Emergency Medical Services Agenda for the Future. Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; 1996.

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The Longitudinal Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Attributes and Demographics Study (LEADS): The First 10 Years and a Look at Public Perception of Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

  • Remle P. Crowe (a1), Melissa A. Bentley (a2) and Roger Levine (a3)

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