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The EMS1 Research Center serves as a central access point for critical prehospital medicine research that can help drive operational and policy changes at the local, state and federal level. Get insights into EMS provider behavior and beliefs related to hot topics like fatigue management, and participate in EMS1 polls and surveys. Additionally, find the latest information about research conducted by esteemed EMS organizations, such as the American Ambulance Association, and National Association of EMS Physicians, among other organizations focused on provider health and wellness, patient assessment and treatment, and a variety of safety issues.

Patients may benefit from air transport when one or more of these needs are identified
“Before you trade in your morphine for ketamine, the adverse events need to be discussed”
Why quality improvement concepts should be integrated into EMS education
Chicago Medical School organization hosts live tissue high-risk, low-frequency airway procedures clinic for paramedics
Sleeping less than 7 hours per night increases risks for nearly every disease
The importance of community involvement in advancing EMS research and quality
Real-world data of high-dose naloxone administration by law enforcement officers found no added benefit to opioid overdose patients
“There is no substitute for experience. Yet, regardless of experience level, it is important to consider how EMS education can teach situational awareness”
Paramedic in Coveralls Using Tablet Computer to Check the Diagnosis for the Injured Patient on the Way to Hospital. Emergency Medical Care Assistants Puts a Ventilation Mask in an Ambulance.
COVID-19 pandemic increased substance use, burnout among first responders, study finds
The study investigated how burnout influenced the relationships between work stress, workplace support measures, COVID-specific assistance strategies and potentially harmful substance use
The newest state-of-the-industry survey sharpens the focus on fire department leadership