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The widely circulated photos from an area closed to the press show details of the murder ...
Use these tips as the framework for a social media and digital imagery policy ...
Fire and EMS leaders must embrace change, and use visionary thinking to inspire crews ...
Dispatchers are trained to communicate with callers unable to speak; the program has gained attention thanks to social media ...
Navigate criticism on social media in a way that reflects favorably on your EMS agency ...
We asked readers for advice on learning and studying pharmacology and received dozens of fantastic response. Add your own in the comment section ...
Free speech comes with responsibility and accountability; consider that the next time you want to post your rant to the ether ...
Photographs of patients, with disrespectful captions, were taken while she should have been caring for patients ...
EMS1 readers share photos of their workplace ...
Complaints broadcast to the world 120 characters at a time should spark EMS managers to address underlying system problems ...
Social media campaign tweets when no ambulances are available and lengthy response times ...
On the occasion of Facebook's 10th anniversary, these are the recent EMS1 posts you have shared and liked the most ...
Several people dialed 911 when the social media network went offline for about an hour worldwide due to an internal glitch ...
Friends took turns putting rubbing alcohol on their hands, lighting them on fire and letting the flame burn out on its own; the girl suffered burns when she tried it with an ...
When people lash out in personal attacks I hit back harder, but arguing only goads them into defending their position, not examining it critically ...
A timely, genuine, and respectful approach will defuse the situation and win you support ...
The public is influenced by what they see and impacted by the perception created by our photos ...
When we publicly share our distrust of the people we respond to emergencies with, we can expect the public to be disgusted and disappointed in all of us ...
The photo shows two black men pointing guns at the head of a white police officer; the Mayor's office is investigating ...
London Ambulance Service is using social media to better connect with its community and raise public awareness about what EMS providers are doing ...