OK, here’s a $64,000.00 question for all the rescue folks out there – and it doesn’t matter what type of rescue (vehicle, rope, c-space, etc.)…
What should be considered the correct term when we refer to a rescue operation? Should it be called a patient-oriented rescue or patient-focused rescue?
When you read the dictionary there is a difference between something being oriented or being focused. (click on the words for a dictionary link)
What do you think it should be? Complete the poll on the top left of this page and vote for which one you think is most appropriate – and hopefully the type of rescue you are performing.