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Convergent Volunteerism

Cone, D., Weir, S., and Bogucki, S. (2003). Convergent Volunteerism. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 41(4): 457-462.

The authors define convergent volunteerism as “the arrival of unexpected or uninvited personnel wishing to render aid at the scene of a large-scale emergency incident.” They examine past incidents and recommend that healthcare providers contribute to the local response and consider becoming trained, credentialed, and integrated as members of local emergency medical systems and teams.
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