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Special Coverage: EMS World Expo 2018

Here’s your complete coverage of the 2018 EMS World Expo, Oct. 29-Nov. 2 in Nashville, Tenn. Visit this page for product news and editorial coverage from the show.

Our co-hosts sit down with EMS World Expo Editorial Advisory Board member Ray Barishansky, who provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse of a national conference
Examining the hardware and software requirements, and where P-POCUS fits into the EMS scope of practice
Understanding the mechanisms of injury in a MVC and how to reduce ambulance collisions
A panel of experts share their community outreach best practices in educating citizens how to respond to cardiac arrest and overdose emergencies
Tradeshows are an opportunity to learn about EMS products and design improvements, and give real-world feedback to manufacturers
Using sensory cues, active simulation and stratified debriefings to help paramedic students build upon their foundational training through real-time scenarios
Rom Duckworth shares his top tips, ideas and resources for improving initial and ongoing EMS education
Crowd size, location and similar event intelligence can help predict patient load and MCI response needs at a mass gathering
The additional modules include Trauma, Sepsis and Cardiac Arrest, allowing care team members to communicate about patients more efficiently
A pharmacist can help EMS improve patient outcomes, participate in protocol development, and collaborate on EMS research projects
Introducing paradigm-shifting research in an effort to influence policy changes needed to save more lives in mass shooting responses
Competence is the minimum goal for EMT and paramedic students. EMS educators need to put their students on the path to mastery
Be aware patients with special needs may have comorbidities, and their conditions fall on a spectrum
20-60-90 minute rule underscores the importance of rapidly accessing trauma patients and transporting patients to definitive surgical care