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Marianne Meyers, BS

Marianne Meyers, BS, is a third-year medical student at the University of Washington School of Medicine interested in pursuing emergency medicine. Previously, she was a member of the Santa Clara University collegiate EMS squad where she received her B.S. in Public Health Science. Additionally, she has worked with the King County Public Health Department in Seattle, Washington studying EMT naloxone administration.

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The Cleveland Clinic shares ET3 success with its Virtual Emergency Medicine Program
Studies have repeatedly demonstrated that the time saved with lights and siren use has little-to-no impact on patient outcomes
How will community paramedicine and other different approaches to traditional EMS care shape the industry moving forward?
Two studies from the University of Minnesota examine early ECMO and the chain of survival
Preparation, vigilance and taking care of your mental health will be key strategies as we move forward
A look at fever pathophysiology, causes and common treatments
The association between prehospital time and outcome of trauma patients in 4 Asian countries: A cross-national, multicenter cohort study
Creating a safe scene begins with understanding how your patient’s mental and physical health connect, and in avoiding these pitfalls
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