Self Reporting via Email or Website
The Centre for Paramedic Education and Research (CPER) considers self-reporting an important part of paramedic practice: it equates to professionalism and is a form of education through self-remediation. The Base Hospital strives to improve not only individual paramedic performance but system performance through clinical audit, self-reports, and educational processes. All processes are linked in order to reach a common goal, to improve patient safety and outcomes. Self-reports may include, but are not limited to, medical directive variances, documentation omissions, patch failure or omissions, or any challenges a paramedic may encounter during a call. Contacting the BHP during a call or after to identify an issue is best practice however the CPER office still requires a self-report submitted for review.
Please Include: Paramedic Name, Service Name, Call Date,Run Number and the Nature of incident