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    Default Fire/EMS equipment/tools questions

    I am a student at Carnegie Mellon University completing a product development project related to fire/EMS emergency response. I put together a questionnaire to get information on equipment and experiences of firefighters EMTs and Paramedics. I was wondering if you could fill it out if you have some time, and forward it to anyone who might me willing to share some of their experiences and insights.

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=518061052079

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    Derek Blitz
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    Default Re: Fire/EMS equipment/tools questions

    Originally posted by dblitz
    I am a student at Carnegie Mellon University completing a product development project related to fire/EMS emergency response. I put together a questionnaire to get information on equipment and experiences of firefighters EMTs and Paramedics. I was wondering if you could fill it out if you have some time, and forward it to anyone who might me willing to share some of their experiences and insights.

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=518061052079

    Thanks,

    Derek Blitz


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    I quit after the question about being either "Professional" or "Volunteer"... you could not chose both.. to me it implies that a "volunteer" is not "professional".
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    Survey completed.....although I agree with MetalMedic. That question should be removed.

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    Thank you for your responses. I am getting some really great information. Please keep responding, as your experiances and insights are extreemly helpful to my research.

    I did not intend to imply that volunteers are not professional, and I am sorry if it seemed that way.

    I tried to change the question in the survey, and I could not do so without losing data because I already have responses. If others feel this way, please leave this question blank, or describe your position in the comments field at the end of the survey.

    Thanks again.

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