Completely revised and expanded, the new third edition includes “must-have” guidelines for health care professionals who make decisions about the emergency interfacility transport of children. The third edition of Guidelines represents the collaborative work of a diverse team of professionals involved in neonatal or pediatric transport. Of interest to hospital administrators, clinicians, communication personnel, and policy makers, updated topics include: Quality improvement, Reimbursement, Ethical considerations, Legal issues, Research, International Transport Stress Management, Integration with EMS, Accreditation, Family Centered Care Unique Clinical Transport Issues. Testimonial: "This is a must reference for any hospital involved in interfacility transport. Although other books cover clinical aspects of transport medicine...none have the scope, depth, and authority of this one." Jay P. Goldsmith, MD (Ochsner Clinic Foundation), Doody's Review.