This might be somewhat off topic, but I figured this thread might be the right place to ask. What do you look for in run reports from Paramedics? Do you look for comprehensive patient assessments covering head to toe, or do you look for complaint specific information, or both? There seems to be a wide variance between different medics as to what we should provide in our reports. One school of thought is say as little as possible to avoid liability, and the other is to, if time allows, assess and record as comprehensively as possible to help ensure that the ER staff can get the same picture EMS had when arriving on scene. I'm a Paramedic student myself, so any information provided would be appreciated greatly.