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  1. TO: Dante Volvalaad, Lab Assistant, NSS Aurora FROM: CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: This is an automated message to inform you that the investigation regarding your incident report has been reassigned to CCIAA Daniel Bradford (JMJ99). You may be contacted by the CCIAA for an interview, or you may contact them directly if you have any questions. -------------------- DTG: 20-12:41-TAU CETI STANDARD-01-2462 SIGN: CCIAAMS
  2. These are what I could come up with that were different enough they could warrant an alt title and would fit in the medbay. I'm not going to talk about implementation and I'll only elaborate if asked about it. These are just suggestions, feel free to pick and choose Learning roles Nursing student Surgical Resident/Fellow Pharmacy Resident Psychiatry Resident Physician/Nursing roles Critical Care Physician/ Intensivist General Practitioner Nurse Practitioner Physician Assistant If Brainmed continues to be expanded on then Something Like Respiratory Therapist or Cardiologist Surgical roles Trauma Surgeon Neuro Surgeon General Surgeon Plastic Surgeon
  3. As long as you can mute it, I don't see a problem. I think it would actually be useful, since I have a tendency to stare at the game window and ignore the text window or just be alt tabbed.
  4. I said I'm done arguing about it. Parameds, EMT and EPs all train in emergency med, they all more or less know first response. This is the last post I'm making on this thread
  5. It doesn't magically change, it's virtually the same everywhere. Medicine is a conformist field and it's that way for a reason I'm done arguing about it, Borya is right it should be Alt titles and it should be changed to a lab coat.
  6. Well to put it bluntly, you got it wrong. MDs in game are most probably Internal Medicine specialists meaning they are just generalists (Hospitalists in proper terms), jack of all trades. EPs are doctors specifically trained to handle Medical Emergencies, the exact same as a Paramedic is, the difference is the setting in which they operate, Prehospital/hospital. EPs run the emergency departmemt, not the ICU, the ICU is handled by intensivists.
  7. I completely agree with raven and thank you for saying what I was trying to say in a more coherent way then I was able to.
  8. There's so many factors I'm going to drop that argument. You're still trained to be the first line after prehospital setting so yes you would have more of idea on what to do Changing to a labcoat would change the perception as I've already explained.
  9. In Britain, they require Doctors to do Intubation on scene for what ever ungodly reason and also have them respond to calls. There's also Mass causalities response and flight doctors And yes it does, good Good samaritan laws apply to doctors
  10. Well its a fact. EPs IRL are sometimes sent to respond on scene when it's particularly fucked.
  11. Try telling them you don't want to do first response? EPs are still the most qualified to do it after Parameds and EMTs
  12. Emergency Surgeon doesn't exist, Trauma Physician doesn't, Trauma Surgeon does. It's explained in the wiki that you shouldn't be doing the EMT or Paramedics job and really CMO's should know better
  13. I agree with you, but trauma physician is going to be mistaken for trauma surgeon(As it already has in the PR that was just made). People see them as Paramedics because they have the jacket, thats what should be changed. I've had this happen to me with my Emergency Med resident, I was called EMT and paramedic but when I started using a labcoat instead that stopped
  14. I'm not saying they should be doing I'm saying they can do it. Nurses Hang and start IVs, but it's the doctor that does Crics, intubation, central lines and gives orders to the Nurses.
  15. They are proper doctors. EPs are trained in Emergency Medicine, and they are capable of first response
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