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12 Steps for Developing Your Community Paramedicine Program [FLYER]

By Hannah Ostrem

1. Plan To Plan 
2. Assess Program Feasibility
3. Assess Community Health Needs

Those are three of the first steps needed to develop a new Community Paramedicine (CP) program. Researching resources needed, outlining a work plan, identifying key players and whose buy-in is needed, and concluding whether a given community has needs for a CP program and would receive it well are just a few of the early things to consider.

Are you interested in learning about the next steps after these three, and what component parts make up each? Check out our flyer developed by Pulsara's Client Services Specialist & Community Paramedic Advisor, Anne Montera, which details the 12 steps to CP Program Development.



ARTICLE CATEGORIES: Community Paramedicine
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Hannah Ostrem

Hannah Ostrem

Hannah holds a Master's degree in Neuroscience and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, which she uses to analyze and interpret the peculiar behaviors of the rest of the Pulsara marketing team.

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