FULL LIST OF EMS Management Tips
3 energy-saving tips for your EMS station–
Earth Day, or any day, is a good time to see what you can do at your agency and home to save both resources and money.
How to make more effective reports to your governing board–
All EMS services are responsible and accountable to a group of stakeholders. The specific names of these stakeholders vary from service to service, but in general your service routinely reports to some sort of ownership group, advisory board, board of directors, or governmental commission.
6 Private vehicle response tips for EMS providers–
For all responders and for all types of incidents, safety starts at the time of call. Follow these tips to preserve your own safety while tending to others.
Fall prevention tips to collaborate with other agencies–
If your area could use a fall prevention program but can't afford it, collaborate with other health organizations.
5 EMS stress management tips–
As responders, we are trained to handle traumatic events. However, some calls can still leave an emotional mark. Here are some tips to get through those stressful events.
Applying Ideas from EMS Expo–
Did you go to EMS Expo in Atlanta? Here are some tips for turning those great conference ideas and aspirations into action in the coming days, weeks, and months.
Medicine is Dynamic – Keep an Open Mind–
Medicine is dynamic. We don't do things that we used to. In the future, we may not do things that we do now.
Developing a fall prevention program–
California is currently observing Fall Prevention Awareness Week. Read on for tips on how to build and develop your own fall prevention program.
Starting a fall prevention program–
In the coming days, California will be observing Fall Prevention Awareness Week. Does your agency have a fall prevention program?
How to recommend new EMS equipment for your agency–
Everyone likes new equipment. But before you run to your boss to make your case, ask yourself these questions.
Earth Day: Do the simple things first for a greener EMS operation–
A lot has changed since the first Earth Day in 1989. How has your EMS organization incorporated green practices?
Emergency Response Guidebook training for EMS and fire–
Before you do anything, make sure you have the most current copy of the ERG.
Dressing the part–
Consider leaving the badge at home
Tips for the new boss at the station–
Make sure that you show leadership and convinction in your new role
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