Many EMS providers’ lives were forever changed after 9/11.
Pregnant patients may refuse treatment, but don’t be quick to fill out your refusal form.
Through a new pilot program, NFA has learned some tips for smooth MCI management.
Over the next two to three years, EMS professionals will receive new professional names, knowledge, skills and recertification requirements.
Emergency! fans reflect on the series’ influence on their career paths in EMS.
Providers reflect on the long-lasting effects of Sept. 11, 2001, a day that produced some of the most complex and stressful responses in EMS history.
In remembrance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York City, we feature a photo of providers caring for survivors on the Exchange Place Pier in New Jersey.
Four AED saves in four AED uses? San Diego Project Heart Beat is batting 1,000.
As an EMS manager, do you swoop in, squawk at and then dump on your team?
Providers who work long shifts should implement healthy sleep patterns.
Providers should put their detective caps on when solving mysterious cases.
Study evaluates whether new method affects outcomes for cardiac arrest patients.
It’s hard to respond to a patient who has just fatally injured an animal.
Ohio bill seeks to require bystander CPR certification for new drivers.
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