FULL LIST OF EMS Education RESULTS
5 questions to guide EMS transport decisions–
You are on scene with a patient who has sustained a significant injury; how do you decide whether to use red lights and sirens?
Clinical scenario: Patient with a traumatic amputation–
You are dispatched to a factory for a report of a man with his arm caught in a hydraulic press
How a diverse EMS workforce bridges cultural divides–
Awareness of the cultural differences and working to reduce barriers to entering the EMS workforce will help us perform our jobs more effectively
Rope rescue: 6 steps to rescuing victims at mid-height–
Stranded victims are at high risk of suspension trauma, which can be fatal in as little as 30 minutes
NY ambulance service adds 8 EMTs through free training program–
Mohawk Ambulance started offering the program in 2016 as a way of recruiting new talent into EMS
Patient safety culture supports self-reporting–
An organization's culture reflects their perception of patient safety and influences the decisions and choices that are made
10 topics that will move EMSFORWARD in 2017–
The selected topics came from the analysis which showed culture to be either a direct casual factor or contributory factor that led to safety events
Prove It: Mobile stroke care improves patient outcome–
A mobile stroke unit offers specially trained personnel and equipment which can provide remote diagnosis and evidence-based management to patients for definitive treatment
EMS involvement, communication improves stroke care–
A Virginia comprehensive stroke center teams up with Norfolk Fire-Rescue department to improve stroke patient outcomes
EMS tips to listen, communicate with aphasia patients–
Impairment of language from stroke or other types of brain injury makes it difficult for patients to communicate
Progressive Paramedicine: Why and when to manage a patient's airway–
Review the three indications that a patient needs their airway managed in this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series.
Progressive Paramedicine: How to assess for a large vessel occlusion stroke–
Review the assessment of stroke, especially the identification of a large vessel occlusion, as a prehospital provider. The three cortical signs to assess for an LVO are described in this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series.
Progressive Paramedicine: 3 reasons to never stop learning–
What type of EMS calls scare you or make you nervous? In this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series, methods to overcome EMS-related fears through lifelong learning are discussed.
Progressive Paramedicine: How to assess, treat the crashing CHF patient–
Three keys to the management of the crashing congestive heart failure patient is discussed in this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series.
Progressive Paramedicine: 3 most important parts of the patient care report–
Brought to you by Pulsara An effective radio report from EMS to the hospital is critical for patient safety and continuing care. Learn the three most important pieces of the patient radio report in this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series. Learn more about Pulsara here.
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EMS1 Top 5
- 4 stresses that paramedics deal with that non-paramedics should know about
- 5 reasons why EMS doesn't deserve higher pay
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- Increasing suicide rates among first responders spark concern
- Doctor claims to have found cure for sepsis