September 19, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Paramedic Chief Member,

In this month's Paramedic Chief eNews, Mike Taigman and Tim Burns break down how process ownership can improve performance, morale and relationships, while Sarah Calams explains how the results of a recent study on EMS diversity may have a long-lasting impact on the industry.

EMS1 Team
Improve performance, hospital relationships and morale with process owners
By Mike Taigman and Tim Burns
Montgomery County, Maryland Fire & Rescue Service’s Russell Patterson shares how process ownership is streamlining their ACS, STEMI management
Study of underrepresented groups shows change will be slow to come in EMS diversity
By Sarah Calams
Researchers suggest early recruitment efforts to improve the lack of diversity in EMS, which has cultural divide, communication implications
How paramedics can open the door to long-term recovery with buprenorphine
By Ryan Kelley
By leveraging naloxone and buprenorphine, along with behavioral therapies, medication-assisted treatment attacks opioid addiction from all sides
Winning the Battle Against SCA
Beginning in 2015, Advanced Medical Transport (AMT) embarked on a journey to improve outcomes from sudden cardiac arrest. Join us to learn more about what they did and their eight pillars of success.
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A Mental Health Crisis: Real Danger for EMS
Provide your personnel with resources on dealing with stress, understanding PTSD and depression with courses from EMS1 Academy.
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Improving outcomes with STEMI systems of care
By Mic Gunderson
Address protocols for all the institutions involved across the continuum of care to initiate definitive treatment for STEMI patients
9 steps to fostering EMS community support
By Thomas L. Little
Being a reliable and engaged community partner takes your EMS organization to lead agency status and makes you the authority when it comes to community health care
How do you train to move, assess and treat bariatric patients: 3 training survey takeaways
By Kerri Hatt
EMS training gaps in lifting practices, medical measuring and monitoring, and providing compassionate care put patients and providers at risk
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