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Pediatric emergency care capabilities of Indian Health Service emergency medical service agencies serving American Indians/Alaska Natives in rural and frontier areas

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Andrea L. Genovesi

qualifications: MA

contribution: contributed to drafts, literature review, devised survey tool, collected data, supervised data collection, wrote the first draft, conducted the multiple-contacts to EMS agency contacts, analyzed the final data, and reviewed the data analysis

position: Education coordinator

United States

Andrea Genovesi has been employed at the National EMS for Children Data Analysis Resource Center as the Education Coordinator since 2006. Prior to joining NEDARC, Ms. Genovesi also worked as a research analyst and project coordinator for the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) and National Violent Injury Statistics System (NVISS) Projects. She has more than 13 years of experience in cultural, medical, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and violence-related research, analysis, and data management. She earned her MA in applied archaeology from Eastern New Mexico University.


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Betty Hastings

qualifications: MSW

contribution: designed the project, solicited the cooperation of the Indian Health Service EMS agency contacts, devised survey tool

position: Coordinator


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Elizabeth Edgerton

qualifications: MD

contribution: original concept, reviewed it critically for important intellectual content, contributed to drafts

position: Branch chief


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Lenora Olson

qualifications: PhD

contribution: designed the project, devised survey tool, contributed to drafts, reviewed it critically for important intellectual content

position: Principal investigator

United States

Lenora Olson, PhD has over 25 years in public health with an emphasis on injury control with an emphasis on the intervention and prevention of violence against women and children and minorities.


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