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Everyone must be comfortable speaking up, no matter their rank or years on the job
Incorporating real-time and body-worn camera footage into emergency preparedness, training and response
We can apply the 5 Es of CRR to distracted driving to better protect our first responders operating on roadways
3,100 paramedics weigh in on reducing stress, staffing challenges and leadership shortfalls
A Logan County paramedic once worked a 120-hours shift and transports sometimes have a 6-7 hour turnaround time
Tuesday’s theme aims to foster a culture of safety, collaboration and preparedness within the EMS industry and in local communities
EMS1 tours Horton ambulances equipped with a new restraint system
U.S. EMS agencies have been ordering options that make rigs safer and more comfortable for providers and patients
The science of active shooter response is relatively new; is there a better model?
5 ways a good partner can make the shift go more smoothly and improve patient and provider safety
Join Fitch & Associates, EMS1 and EMS Survey Team to examine the perceptions and experiences of EMS providers across the country
“The safety equipment industry deserves high praise for your work during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said the physician-scientist
Plum EMS use cases demonstrate when the risk of using L&S is lower than the risk of delaying a lifesaving intervention
The Washington County Board of Supervisors held closed-door sessions about personnel and management issues
Response to these medical emergencies should focus on intervention and treatment of the patient