A Proposed Process Model for Innovative Research and Development in Emergency Medical Services System

Authors

  • Vitsanu Nittayathammakul
  • Phummarin Saelim
  • Rajin Arora
  • Varalee Aphinives
  • Panita Wannapiroon
  • Pallop Piriyasurawong
  • Prachyanun Nilsook
  • Siwaporn Linthaluek

Keywords:

research, innovative, Emergency Medical Services, Research and Development Process

Abstract

Innovative Research and Development (IR&D) in Emergency Medical Services System (EMSS) is activity sets or research processes by using Mixed Method Research (MMR) to apply in the synthesis, design, development and various innovation pilot study in terms of Digital Health Interventions (DHI) for Multidisciplinary Researcher Network, Related Organizations, and EMSS Stakeholders to ensure that such an innovation is efficiency and effectiveness which is under the accepted and appropriate criteria. The objective of this research paper is to analyze, synthesize, and assess the suitability of the IR&D processes in EMSS. The research methodology divided into three main stages as 1) Process Investigation Stage, 2) Process Validation Stage, and
3) Process Evaluation Stage. The research findings that IR&D processes in EMSS which was newly proposed consists of four main process; (1) Innovative-component Synthesis,
(2) Innovative-operating Model Design (3) Innovative-intervention Development and Evaluation, and (4) Innovative-intervention Pilot Study, And suitability evaluation results of the IR&D processes in EMSS found that the suitability of proposed processes was “Most”. Therefore,
the proposed processes are rated as appropriate in terms of a clear research framework for innovative research and development in emergency medical services system.

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2020-06-15

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