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EMS leaders hold the blueprints as we enter the era of evidence-based practices
A life-changing moment helped Paramedic/Firefighter Meryah Wilson realize she was equipped to deal with emergencies
Focusing on observed behavior will help protect both the individuals needing assistance and the officers responding to the situation
The event celebrates EMS providers and builds awareness of their important role in communities
Advocacy, public health and medical specialty organizations signed a nine-page joint letter describing the ambulance bed crisis in a series of stories
What does the evidence really say about prehospital TXA
Learn what’s changed in the 2021 ACS FTG and how to implement the trauma triage guidelines
The upcoming annual event will celebrate the dedication of EMS professionals
“He was a true patriot on and off the battlefield, seeking to unite people and organizations in the interest of providing better medical care”
It’s time for EMS to take the lead in making sure our healthcare partners know who we are
This year’s campaign will recognize the dedication and crucial role of EMS providers in their communities
EMS Week offers a chance to talk to your community about where EMS is today – and where it’s headed tomorrow
Out of 14 proposed measures, NEMSQA finalized 11 in August 2019 and developed resources to assist EMS leaders in implementation
ACEP credits Dean Wilkerson in the dramatic growth of the organization over the years, including membership, legislative and regulatory advocacy
Present the following points from the ACS, ACEP, NAEMSP spinal motion restriction guidelines to help EMS students make transport, device decisions
A collaboration between NASEMSO, NAEMSP and ACEP produced an evidence-based guideline for EMS providers to follow when considering naloxone for patient treatment
The organization collaborated with ACS-COT and ACEP to publish “Spinal Motion Restriction in the Trauma Patient – A Joint Position Statement”
The three organizations are working together to offer free training during National EMS Week
The annual campaign will bring together resources that are committed to fortifying the EMS community and increasing National EMS Week awareness
The three organizations are working together to develop an evidence-based guideline for naloxone administration
The program aims to teach bystanders how to keep victims with life-threatening injuries alive until EMS arrives
The bill would permit physicians to issue standing orders to EMS personnel to administer controlled substances
Emergency physicians support expanding health insurance coverage to all patients and are advocating for transparency
The association president stated the pursuit of high patient-satisfaction can lead to unnecessary and even harmful treatments
The ACEP High Threat Emergency Casualty Care Task aims to reduce death and disability from mass shootings and active shooter incidents
ACEP report describes need to create safety programs, and a culture of safety integral to every facet of EMS
Q&A with Sabina Braithwaite, M.D., M.P.H. on the importance of safety culture, EMS week and why the public needs to better understand EMS
The national grade dropped from a C- in 2009 — where does your state stand?