April 15, 2021 | View as webpage

In an already stressful profession, being unprepared to lead and manage other EMS providers through the daily challenges and conflicts that arise adds additional pressure. In fact, EMS field supervisors reported the highest rates of burnout of all positions in the 2020 EMS Trend Report.

In an EMS1 special coverage series, “Developing successful field supervisors,” learn how to equip field supervisors with the skills they need to be effective in their roles.

Stay well,

Kerri Hatt
Editor-in-Chief, EMS1

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