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For EMS providers, stress can stack up quickly, with severe consequences: shortened life spans punctuated by heart disease, depression, post-traumatic stress, relationship problems, lack of sleep and suicidal ideation. We train EMS providers to save the lives of others, but not their own lives.

The EMS Burnout Repair Kit series, presented by EMS1 and Zoll, will equip individuals at all levels in EMS with tools for dealing with the primary sources of burnout, helping them emerge as better, happier providers and more complete people.

A guide to reducing stress by improving mental, physical, relationship and career health
How clinical variation, management visibility and unintentional overtime impact provider fatigue, depersonalization
Tips from Boston EMS for starting a health and wellness program to support member resiliency
Macomb Universal Ambulance Services will provide up to 18 ambulances over 4 months to manage the summer call volume and avoid FF burnout
Ward off burnout and turnover by increasing career resiliency and opportunity
Learn how peer support programs, EAPs and chaplaincy can help your providers weather emotional storms and mental health crises
Feel better by converting your key relationships from stress-producers to stress-reducers
Healthy habits to nurture provider resiliency, career longevity
Join this discussion with real-life spouses Mike Taigman and Sascha Liebowitz, on how to repair burnout by reconnecting with loved ones and mitigating the impact of the job on your relationships.
Burnout is a crisis in all healthcare professions, including EMS, and to make it better will take an all-hands-on-deck approach
Learn how mental health support programs can alleviate stress in the workplace
Re-energizing strategies to overcome exhaustion, cynicism and a diminished sense of self-worth
From data sharing of real-time clinical feedback, to rounding with medical directors, learn how to tackle and treat burnout in paramedics and EMTs
When I reached a tipping point in my career I realized I needed to change if I was going to last any longer as a medic
When the overtime pool is deep, many EMTs and paramedics will swim for as long as they possibly can