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Please use this link https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/emergency-medical-services/data-request-form/ [https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/emergency-medical-services/trauma-critical-care/examples-of-oems-data-in-use/] to access the data request page from the Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) website. This is used to request data from the Virginia EMS data collection system (Virginia Elite system) or Virginia Statewide Trauma Registry (VSTR).   Once the above link is selected, choose "Request Repor...
RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES: THE RIGHTS OF REQUESTERS OF EMS AND TRAUMA DATA AND THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH’S OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (VDH/OEMS) UNDER THE VIRGINIA FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT Purpose of this document:  Technically any request made to the VDH/OEMS for information is considered a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.  This document is a modified version of the VDH FOIA document and its purpose is to focus on data requests from the ...
VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY APPLICATION: This policy applies to all Virginia Department of Health (VDH) personnel whose jobs require handling of confidential information. VDH personnel include classified employees, wage employees, volunteers, assignees (including students), contractors and employees of local government who perform work for VDH. VDH Offices and districts may have additional expectations for confidentiality and are also required to follow this policy...
THE INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD (IRB) OF THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR OBTAINING REVIEW DECEMBER 2010 I. Guidelines for obtaining review by the institutional review board (IRB) of the Virginia department of health (VDH) a. Introduction One of the many ways the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) serves the public and fulfills its mission is through research. Research is defined in federal regulations as a systematic investiga...