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Eastern Snowstorm 2016  - 

The January 2016 blizzard was the fourth most powerful snowstorm to hit the Northeast in at least 66 years. It affected 102.8 million people and covered about 434,000 square miles in 26 states. ...


EMS1 Year in Review 2015  - 

Join us as we look back on some of the biggest stories and trends from 2015. Read first-person accounts, hear from our expert columnists and catch some of the top videos of the year.


AHA 2015 CPR guidelines  - 

The American Heart Association released the "2015 Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC" Oct. 15, 2015.


Oregon college mass shooting  - 

A gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., killing at least 9 people and injuring 7 before dying during a shootout with police.


EMS World 2015: In-depth conference coverage  - 

Bringing you show coverage, including exclusive features, the latest products, session roundups, Tweets and more!


"Emergency!" continues to inspire medics  - 

From 1972-1979, the crew of Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 51, particularly the paramedic team of Gage and DeSoto, and Rampart Hospital respond to emergencies in their operating area.


Pinnacle 2015: In-depth conference coverage  - 

Bringing you show coverage, including exclusive features, the latest products, session roundups, Tweets and more!


EMS Compass Initiative: Creating measurements to improve EMS systems  - 

The EMS Compass Initiative is a national initiative to improve EMS systems of care by developing meaningful performance measurements. Funded by the NHTSA and led by NASEMSO, EMS leaders from ...


EMS Week 2015: When did a pediatric response make you feel like a superhero?  - 

This year’s EMS Week 2015 theme is EMS STRONG, and we asked you to share stories of when a pediatric patient made you feel like a superhero. We received dozens of submissions, and here are the ...


Nepal earthquake: Rescue and recovery efforts  - 

Rescue workers struggled to reach many remote villages after a 7.8-magnitude in Nepal destroyed the region, killing thousands. Here is the latest news of recovery efforts, the growing death toll, ...





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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

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