Off the Paper Trail: Automated management of training records helps keep certifications organzied & current
Staying current with mandated training and certifications isn_t easy to accomplish because so much training is tracked manually. The good news is that software is now available to automate training records.
This article describes EMS patient assessment errors and the common cognitive dispositions to respond that contribute to them and identifies cognitive strategies to reduce errors in EMS patient assessment.
A good partner is reliable and strong -- and always has your back. However, partners often get separated. That_s why every EMS provider should have a portable ˙partner.Ó
My cell phone rang. I sputtered a„ ˙Yes, dear?Ó into the phone, which I had wedged awkwardly between my shoulder and chin while attempting to toss my backpack behind the driver_s seat of the ambulance.
One of the greatest challenges a medical director faces is determining when newly graduated paramedics and paramedics new to their service are ready to practice independently in their agency under the authority of their medical license.
Thom Dick introduces his friend, Peter Canning, a million-selling,New York Times-class author and full-time medic from Hartford, Conn.
An„EMS crew responded to a 32-year-old male weighing approximately„220 lbs. They found the patient seated at a kitchen table with a puncture wound to the back of his head.
When a workforce becomes diverse and understands diversity, it becomes stronger.
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