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Fire-Rescue Med 2015: In-depth conference coverage

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How an Ariz. department changed its response model to meet patient needs By Cate LecuyerMesa Fire’s Transitional Response Vehicle model allows medics to provide care without transporting to the hospital, or by transporting to an alternative location through local partnerships Full Story
Lessons learned from Las Vegas transport policy changes By Cate Lecuyer
Chief William McDonald said a plan initially opposed by AMR and that drew negative media attention was eventually successful thanks to strong communication. Full Story
EMS challenges and lessons learned from the Ferguson riots By Cate Lecuyer
The absence of a unified command center early on, being misled by social media and communication with crews provided valuable insight on better handling future protests. Full Story
How to create online media policies for providers By Cate Lecuyer
Use these tips as the framework for a social media and digital imagery policy. Full Story
Tips for developing a community paramedicine program By Cate Lecuyer
Local partnerships and community support are the keys to success for Lake Havasu City (Ariz.) Fire Department’s program focusing on reducing patient readmission rates. Full Story
General George S. Patton on leadership and change By Cate Lecuyer
Gen. Patton, played by a corporate entertainer, launched the Fire-Rescue Med conference keynote with an inspiring discussion on leadership and the need to embrace social media. Full Story
How medics can handle premeditated attacks focus of FRM session By Cate Lecuyer
This Fire-Rescue Med conference presentation highlights ways to improve situational awareness and better react to an ambush. Full Story
Baby Boomers vs. Millennials to be explored in FRM presentation By Cate Lecuyer
The session will examine how EMS and fire chiefs can improve communication with millennials. Full Story

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