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Pediatric Emergency Care Council

About the Council | Mission & Vision | Council Officers & Regional Representatives
2017 Council Workplan |Liaisons | MeetingsPECC State Reports
Documents & Resources | Mentoring

About the Council

The Pediatric Emergency Care Council (PECC) is a council of the National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO). The council formulates recommendations on policies and positions specific to Emergency Medical Services for Children. PECC maintains a vision to improve health outcomes for children by promoting an emergency medical care system that addresses the unique needs of children. This is achieved through a mission to provide leadership, promote policies and research, and share resources to improve the emergency medical care system for children.

Mission and Vision

Mission
Lead the industry through development and promotion of policies, research, and collaborations to improve the emergency medical care for children.

Vision
Improve the care of children by utilizing outcome based data, pediatric focused education, supporting innovative programs, as well as encourage EMS system analysis to ensure quality emergency care.

Scope
The Pediatric Emergency Care Council will provide a forum for communication, interaction, and networking between peers. This forum will allow for the sharing of best practices; developing and encouraging mentoring programs; the joint resolution of obstacles and challenges; and the nationwide promotion of evidence-based decision making for EMS system development.