FULL LIST OF EMS Management Videos
How to effectively use naloxone in an EMS system–
Dr. Jeffrey Goodlowe discusses how EMS systems can effectively use naloxone to combat the serious opioid overdose epidemic. Goodlowe emphasizes the importance of knowing when to give naloxone for an opioid overdose based on caller information, dispatch details and deliberate patient assessment. Give naloxoneto the right patient, at the right time and for the right reason.
Identifying and busting the top EMS myths–
EMS has its own set of myths that don't hold up under scrutiny. In this video two physicians discuss a lecture they gave at the National Association of EMS Physicians meeting on top EMS myths. Read about the topics they presented in their EMS mythbusters presentation.
Reality Training: Highway scene safety for EMS–
Working a motor vehicle collision is one of the most dangerous scenes for EMS personnel and firefighters. In this episode of Reality Training Chief Wylie discusses the importance of scene management on the roadside. After watching read more about questions paramedics need to askat every motor vehicle collision.
Public Service PTSD PSA Video–
This video is for everyone that has ran that call they can not shake off. Please watch.
How a Texas fire dept. uses telemedicine to treat, refer low-acuity patients to non-emergency care–
Houston Fire's ETHAN Project has been successful in avoiding costly and unnecessary ambulance trips and ER visits in 80 percent of the cases it was utilized. Learn more about this program and other emerging models for low acuity patients here.
EMS battalion chief talks about his heart attack and rescue–
Minutes mattered when Howard County Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief Jimmy Brothers suffered a massive heart attack. Ironically, he had helped train the first responders on the lifesaving cardiac protocol that would save his life.
Rescue task force: training and implementation steps from an urban fire department–
The rescue task force places paramedics in the warm zone during an active shooter under cover and escorted by police officers. Working in the warm zone allows paramedics to begin life-saving care sooner.
Leaders must have a positive attitude–
Remember, as a leader you are always on stage, you are the face of the organization.
How Millennials will shape the future of EMS–
Paramedic-EMS Coordinator Capt. Rommie Duckworth explains the misconceptions and motivations of the Millennial generation, and how to give them the tools to be successful as future leaders
Williamson County EMS introduces community paramedicine program–
A video describing the Texas program shows how prevention services, delivered at the right time, is better for patients and the community.
King County EMS medical director explains success of system–
The Wash. department is known for high cardiac arrest survival rates, and Medical Director Mickey Eisenberg describes the training and education that makes the system work
Randoph Mantooth explains how to manage EMS career burnout–
Randolph Mantooth, famous for his portrayal of firefighter/paramedic Johnny Gage on the television show Emergency!, is a decades-long advocate for EMTs and paramedics as an actor, writer, and speaker. In this video Mantooth discusses a loss of enthusiasm for the profession after a few years in the service. He comments on the importance of sharing those feelings of burnout with a peer or mentor. Read more on how to not let burnout ruin an exciting EMS career or if you will never be happy with your current job why you should quit.
Developing a national framework for EMS leaders–
EMS Chief Ryan Greenberg talks about working with NEMSMA to create seven pillars of leadership competency meant to improve EMS management
EMS1 Top 5
- Why EMS personnel need an off-duty bailout bag
- 6 questions medics should ask on every auto accident scene
- Quiz: How accurately can you triage 10 MCI patients?
- Tensions flare over Calif. ambulance response to calls
- Living wage would be mark of real progress for EMS providers