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Table 2 Result of the 14 most important statements regarding support for new professionals in the EMS, mean value> 6.0 and SD < 1.0

From: Treat me nice! –a cross-sectional study examining support during the first year in the emergency medical services

Area of content
Support in terms of: Statement: Mean Std. Deviation
Introduction period Have a structured introduction period 6,73 0,71
Colleagues and work environment Get peer support debriefing in extreme situations 6,71 0,68
Colleagues and work environment Have a trustworthy colleague 6,68 0,65
Theoretical support Have access to applicable medical guidelines 6,68 0,69
Colleagues and work environment Be respected and accepted by the colleagues at the ambulance station 6,59 0,68
Colleagues and work environment There is an open climate at the ambulance station 6,56 0,68
Management and organisation Trust in the ambulance station manager 6,50 0,77
Management and organisation The organization is characterized by professionalism 6,50 0,82
Practical skills training Practice methods to get a structured way to work (e.g. according to the ABCDE-principle) 6,50 0,89
Management and organisation The organization is characterized by equally 6,50 0,90
Colleagues and work environment Have an experienced colleague 6,47 0,89
Experience-based support Participate in courses along with experienced colleagues 6,43 0,87
Experience-based support Get feedback on the own actions from the receiving unit 6,40 0,97
Management and organisation The organization provides time for professional development activities 6,20 0,95