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The primary research foci of Aaron B. Klassen, M.D., M.A., are related to emergency medical service (EMS) and prehospital care. These interests include prehospital use of ultrasound, analgesia, palliative care and behavioral health transports and crew member safety.
Dr. Klassen's research is built around looking toward the future of EMS and prehospital medicine. The EMS system of the future is likely to satisfy patient needs in the space of unscheduled care before arriving at the hospital or clinic, after leaving the facility, or in an arrangement other than a physical location. Dr. Klassen is seeking to expand the skills and knowledge of prehospital providers to meet their changing roles in EMS care.
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