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P. Daniel Patterson

P. Daniel Patterson
Dr. P. Daniel Patterson is a Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine; EMSARN Primary Investigator. Patterson studies safety in emergency care settings with special emphasis on safety culture, fatigue, shift work, sleep health, teamwork, medical errors and adverse events, and clinician injury in the prehospital EMS setting. Collaborations have led to creation of reliable and valid safety measurement tools and establishing base rate data for key indicators of EMS safety. Patterson has led multi-disciplinary teams in evidence reviews and experimental studies testing novel interventions to improve safety. His research is informed by immersion in the EMS setting as a paramedic clinician.

Recent Posts

Fatigue in EMS

P. Daniel Patterson | Nov 28, 2017
Reports of fatigue-related ambulance crashes are on the rise. Previous research shows that greater than half of EMS personnel report...
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