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Nightwatch Tampa: official preview of new season–
The new season of Nightwatch: Tampa, which follows first responders working night shifts, will begin airing Thursdays on A&E.
World of Warships–
World of Warships, a free-to-play action MMO, engages teams of 12 in a game of naval strategy.
Top Gear ambulance challenge–
A clip from the BBC hit show "Top Gear" features a custom-made ambulance and one of the show's stars attempting to complete some tasks on a manikin.
EMS providers keep their cool–
"IF" - a poem - by Rudyard Kipling seems an apt and appropriate description of EMTs and paramedics
Ambulance station dance off–
Three Illinois EMS providers show off their best dance moves with costumes, props and chroreography
911 problems and abuses are no joke to comedian John Oliver–
This video contains explicit language.
'Last Week Tonight' segment confronts the inability of 911 systems to find callers as easily as a pizza delivery app or an Uber driver
911 dispatch audio for Prince–
Hear the 911 dispatch audio for a man down, not breathing, CPR started and then rescue units cancelled
High school student's 'dope spin' on the circulatory system–
A student shared this video on Facebook of a classmate's spin on the circulatory system.
Rhyming pediatric CPR instruction video goes viral–
St John Ambulance released the video to instruct families on how to perform CPR on their baby in case of emergency.
Dancing paramedic goes shuffling–
A paramedic dances to "Love is Blind" by CID at Beyond Wonderland Bay Area 2015 Day 2.
Physician films parody Christmas-themed sepsis video–
The video aims to entertain and promote early sepsis recognition and management
Randolph Mantooth on doing his own stunts on "Emergency!"–
Randolph Mantooth, who played Capt. Johnny Gage on "Emergency!", talks about doing his own stunts and about the one thing that really scared him.
After watching read why "Emergency!" remains a TV classic.
What Would You Do? Accepting gifts from appreciative families, vendors and bystanders–
Appreciative families, vendors and suppliers, restaurants, and other businesses as well as destination facilities, might offer a gift to paramedics. When is a gift too lavish or over the top, like tickets to an NFL game? Dr. David Tan and Steve Whitehead discuss what to do when a gift is offered or given to a public safety professional.
Listen to the discussion and share your opinions about receiving gifts or discounts in the comments. How have you responded to gift offers and what are some gifts you think are appropriate for EMS providers to receive?
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