The "JEMS Salary & Workplace Survey" continues to provide the most comprehensive look at the work environment of the EMS industry available today. What's changed? What's staying status quo?
What is it that we need to know about ambulance safety? What's safe and what isn't? What works and what doesn't? And where do we go to find out?
Although most EMS agencies have written protocols for medication administration and/or online medical communication, EMS providers must also have autonomy to make medical decisions in emergency situations.
EMS chief of Littleton (Colo.) Fire Rescue, Wayne Zygowicz, discusses some of the best accessories available in the ambulance industry.
The following case study shows that„when clinicians ignore the situational dangers of a go-to airway drug, and possess only a ˙thin veneer of competenceÓ in dispensing it, they often do more harm than good.
Dealing with suicidal patients is inherently challenging because they may be difficult. Prehospital treatment options are limited for this population.
This article, the first of a two-part series, will look at the slippery slope that causes departments to go paid and how to avoid it.
Providers from London Ambulance Service (LAS) render care to an adult male motorcyclist who collided with a bus.
EMS providers can learn a thing or two from the Magic Kingdom about hospitality.
This article presents the process Dallas Fire-Rescue used to evaulate the current state of their EMS programs.
Features: Seamless System, Spectacular Save, Rural Services Overcome Struggle to Survive, and CE FREE Ailing Medic
Research Review: Improving Prehospital Pain Management; Underestimating Heatstroke; Identifying CO Poisoning; and ECG Changes Can Mean More Than an MI
When was the last time you conducted a 360-degree evaluation, a feedback tool that gives peers and subordinates the opportunity to rate and evaluate their manager?„
Looking for something prior to January 2008? Additional archives back to 2006 are coming soon to the new JEMS.com, but you can click here for older archives in the meantime.
The E-Surge Kit™ is conveniently packaged for Emergency Backup Ventilator Surge and Response.
For major ventilator emergencies.
The VAR™ is a unique single patient use, disposable resuscitator for patients weighing 10 kg and above.
The VAR-Monitor designed specifically to monitor any non-cycling condition of all the current VAR models, and is easy to set up and use.
Monitors cycling conditions of resuscitators.
New and improved!