December 29, 2017
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Retired fire captain, paramedic dies trying to save grandkids from fire
Mother plans scholarship to honor paramedic who was fatally shot
President Trump visits Fla. fire department after golf trip
Canadian medic dies in crash on his way to work
Cameron Griffiths was traveling in icy conditions when he was involved in a head-on collision
Teens allegedly use slingshot to bust ambulance window
Tyler York and another unnamed teen were arrested and charged with three counts of aggravated assault and first-degree criminal mischief
FirstNet now available for first responders across the U.S.
Woman arrested for biting, scratching, hitting EMS crew
New Wis. law allows rural EMS providers use advanced training
Sweden premieres world’s first mental health ambulance
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THE AMBULANCE DRIVER'S PERSPECTIVE
EMS education needed: Overcoming the speed bumps of 2017
By Kelly Grayson, EMS1 Columnist
EMS sleep practices, the opioid epidemic and community paramedicine mark some of the biggest issues to watch in 2018.
Learning to expect the unexpected in EMS
By Aryeh Myers, EMS1 Contributor
A man came running up to the emergency department's reception area just as I sat there finishing paperwork.
Experts reflect on trends, findings from the 2017 EMS Trend Report
By EMS1 Staff
Our panel of EMS leaders discusses changes, both positive and alarming, and what the data means for growing and improving EMS.
3 key considerations for improving EMS workplace safety
How can EMS agencies prepare for the future and ensure the safest possible workplace for their employees?
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