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Explore the forefront of EMS leadership with Rob Lawrence on the ‘EMS One-Stop’ Podcast. Tackling critical issues like staffing, service delivery and operational challenges, each episode delves into the latest in patient care enhancement, EMS technology advancements; and emerging trends like AI, telehealth, quality improvement and alternate destinations with industry experts.

Rob Lawrence brings to the table his extensive expertise from decades of service spanning the American Ambulance Association, AIMHI, Richmond Ambulance Authority, Pro EMS, Prodigy EMS Education and the East Anglian Ambulance NHS Trust.

Stay informed with the latest EMS industry news, organizational updates and inspiring agency success stories. Tune in to the ‘EMS One-Stop’ Podcast for a deep dive into the challenges and triumphs of EMS leadership in today’s dynamic prehospital care landscape.

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Carly Strong and Danielle Thomas dive into people managing in EMS
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Cape Fear Valley MIH collaborates with community organizations to enhance care for mental health and substance use challenges
Report and commentary from the North Carolina EMS Expo 2024
Matt Zavadsky discusses the CMS disclosure and the latest in the move to fund treatment in place
Ed Racht and Matt Zavadsky recount their EMS advocacy testimony to the U.S. House Committee
An inside look at Guilford County’s award-winning program response to low-acuity and behavioral health calls
“Instead of responding to the majority of 999 calls we receive every day, we want to flip that so we only go to those patients who really, really need a double staffed paramedic emergency ambulance quickly.”
Producer Bryony Gilbey shares the backstory of the Sarah Jessica Parker-narrated EMS documentary
Collecting and communicating the big EMS news of 2023
Matt Streger, Brian Hupp and Simon Claridge discuss patient and provider safety devices and protocols
Key takeaways for police and EMS from SWAT physician, Dr. Faroukh M. Mehkri
Legislative takeaways from AAA’s Shawn Baird, Randy Strozyk and Dr. Gerad Troutman; and as well as Senator Bill Cassidy
Alexia Jobson, Dr. Peter Antevy, Brian Maloney, Doug Wolfberg and more join the podcast to discuss takeaways from the show
“Just try to wrap your thoughts around having 3, 4, 5, 10 gunshot wound patients thrown at you – at one or two medics with one ambulance.”
Dr. Linda Dykes and Rom Duckworth discuss trans-Atlantic lessons in emergency management
Host Rob Lawrence addresses the elephants in the EMS room
Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell announces plans to rename the USFA to the U.S. Fire and EMS Administration
FAQs on owning, amending, retaining and sharing patient care report data
Reel Emergency’s Hilary Gates and Zach Dunlap discuss FOAMed and body-worn cameras
Maia Dorsett and Nikki Little share a journey to improving care through a multi-modal NAEMSP approach
999, London Ambulance Service Deputy Director Simon Harding talks emergency planning for the royal gathering
Dr. Ginny Renkiewicz shares research on vicarious trauma, post-traumatic stress, and the aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic
Preparing for the end of the PHE and the need to prepare a documentation time capsule
The National EMS Museum hopes to inspire a new generation to take up the call
Disaster medicine expert Dr. Alex Isakov weighs in on infectious diseases on the horizon
The role of the chaplaincy in emergency services
A holistic approach to physical, psychological and emotional wellness
Current challenges, issues and solutions common to both U.S. and Australia EMS, including hospital handovers and lights and siren responses
“Right here, right now, we are trying to be proactive so everyone can get a living wage”