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Welcome NFPA In recent months, many strides have been made to ensure quality service in the aeromedical industry. Toward that goal, ASHBFAhMS and NFNA have joined forces with the National Flight Paramedics Association {NFPA} to continue this endeavor. We welcome NFPA's input to the AeroMedicalJournal and look forward to future joint ventures in aeromedicine. Nina Merrill Executive Ehrector, ASHBEAMS Marcia Katz Editor, AMJ Call For Help Currently our program is re-evaluating and rewriting job descriptions and performance evaluation tools for flight nurses, flight para- medics, dispatchers, dispatch supervisors and operations managers. We have been able to find very little information in the literature about flight position job descriptions and per- formance evaluation tools. If any of your readers could send us a copy of their job descriptions and performance evaluation tools for the above positions, we would be grateful. We would like to see how other programs have approached their job descriptions and performance evaluation tools. Daniel B. Larson, R N Operations Manager Baptist Medical Center 9601 Interstate 630, Exit 7 Little Rock, AR 72205-7299 Reading The Weather I read with great distress an article in the "News Briefs" section of the last journal relat- ing information about the crash of the Parkview Hospital Sky-Med helicopter. My distress stems not only from loss of colleagues and friends, but from the inaccurate informa- tion that was taken from the Nashville newspaper describing the weather conditions continued on page 12 We welcome your comments. Address corre- spondence to AeroMedical Journal, P O. Box 1026, Solana Beach, CA 92075. 10 MARCH/APRIL1987 A~I]

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Welcome N F P A

In recent months, many strides have been made to ensure quality service in the aeromedical industry. Toward that goal, ASHBFAhMS and NFNA have joined forces with the National Flight Paramedics Association {NFPA} to continue this endeavor.

We welcome NFPA's input to the AeroMedicalJournal and look forward to future joint ventures in aeromedicine.

Nina Merrill Executive Ehrector, ASHBEAMS

Marcia Katz Editor, AMJ

Call For Help

Currently our program is re-evaluating and rewriting job descriptions and performance evaluation tools for flight nurses, flight para- medics, dispatchers, dispatch supervisors and operations managers. We have been able to find very little information in the literature about flight position job descriptions and per- formance evaluation tools.

If any of your readers could send us a copy of their job descriptions and performance evaluation tools for the above positions, we would be grateful. We would like to see how other programs have approached their job descriptions and performance evaluation tools.

Daniel B. Larson, RN Operations Manager Baptist Medical Center 9601 Interstate 630, Exit 7 Little Rock, AR 72205-7299

R e a d i n g T h e W e a t h e r

I read with great distress an article in the "News Briefs" section of the last journal relat- ing information about the crash of the Parkview Hospital Sky-Med helicopter. My distress stems not only from loss of colleagues and friends, but from the inaccurate informa- tion that was taken from the Nashville newspaper describing the weather conditions

continued on page 12

We welcome your comments. Address corre- spondence to AeroMedical Journal, P O. Box 1026, Solana Beach, CA 92075.

10 MARCH/APRIL1987 A~I ]