@ JEMS.com

Airmail, Part 3

As you'll recall, Dr. Rodenberg was on his way to Salt Lake City to speak at EMS Today when he finally found time to go through his e-mail in-box. This article is part 3 of a three-part series he wrote in response to feedback on his various articles.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

Airmail, Part 2

As you'll recall, Dr. Rodenberg was on his way to Salt Lake City to speak at EMS Today when he finally found time to go through his e-mail in-box. This article is part 2 of three-part series he wrote in response to feedback on his various articles.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

Airmail, Part 1

This whole spiel is preface to noting that one of the blessings of air travel is that for a few hours, nobody can find you. This makes it an ideal time for rifling through the e-mail inbox and responding to your letters.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

EMS Spends a Day at the Daytona 500 Races

The wreck in Turn 2 was surreal. Sitting by the tunnel in Turn 4, a mile away as the crow flies, we learned about it on the radio. We heard the units being dispatched, and we could see the smoke. But that was all for us.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

EMS Today Unplugged

Allow me to introduce you to the world of the big-time EMS speaker. You re sitting happily at home one day when you receive a phone call or e-mail asking if you would like to present at a conference.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

How to Reach the Right People at the Right Time with the Right Message

In past columns, we ve discussed the need for EMS to be involved in preventative care. Last week, we reviewed the paradox of public service. I ve recently come across another prevention conundrum I think you ll find of import as you focus on this vital work.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

Delving into the Paradoxes of Public Service

The world is full of paradoxes. These conundrums encompass such diverse concepts as military intelligence, compassionate conservatism and living in Cleveland.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

Introduction to Human Factors Engineering & Its Role in EMS

Back health is a facet of a much larger subject known as human factors engineering. The study of human factors crosses the boundaries between psychology, sociology, ecology, physiology and engineering.

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007

Sorry, But Kids ARE Little Adults

Posted Monday, November 26, 2007


Buyer's Guide Featured Companies

Featured Careers & Jobs in EMS

Get JEMS in Your Inbox

 

Fire EMS Blogs


Blogger Browser

Today's Featured Posts

 

EMS Airway Clinic

Improving Survival from Cardiac Arrest Using ACD-CPR + ITD

Using active compression-decompression CPR with an ITD has been shown to improve 1-year survival from cardiac arrest by 33%.
More >

Multimedia Thumb

FDNY Rescues Boy on Frozen River

Video captures rescue on the Bronx River.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

Three Injured in Philadelphia Collapse

Parapet wall falls through roof of store.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

Explosion Shakes Mexico Hospital

Rescuers search ruins of children’s hospital.
More >


Multimedia Thumb

Hands On February 2015

Here’s a look at this month’s product hands on.
More >


Multimedia Thumb

Nightwatch Series Premiere Party

JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman attends the series premiere of A&E's new reality show, "Nightwatch."
More >


Multimedia Thumb

The AmbuBus®, Bus Stretcher Conversion Kit - EMS Today 2013

AmbuBus®, Bus Stretcher all-hazards preparedness & response tool
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

Field Bridge Xpress ePCR on iPad, Android, Kindle Fire

Sneak peek of customizable run forms & more.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

Braun Ambulances' EZ Door Forward

Helps to create a safer ambulance module.
Watch It >


More Product Videos >