The Prehospital Care Research Forum presents abstracts of recent research.
Task force successfully executes hurricane management plan resulting in rapid response and saved lives.
Freedom House might not be in EMS textbooks, but it’s making a comeback in the present.
Does the research point to changing the standard of care for MOI patients?
London Ambulance Service successfully handled their ‘summer of sport’ with seven years of pre-planning.
Bob Vaccaro takes a close-up look at a unique rescue/special ops vehicle built by Custom Fab for the Bay Shore/Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance organization on Long Island.
Readers offer comments on recent JEMS and JEMS.com articles.
A team of Missouri first responders immobilize a pediatric patient at a crash scene with three patients.
Former trauma program director was killed by an enemy mortar in Iraq on Christmas morning of 2008.
Nine questions you should ask.
Do EMS providers have a legal duty to act when off duty and in uniform?
Learn why falling forward onto a bicycle can result in serious abdominal injuries and should be considered a significant mechanism of injury.
Now that the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare, and the president was reelected, healthcare reform is a reality—and it will reshape the EMS system.
Steve Berry finds humor in an unlikely place—a facility for Alzheimer’s patients.
How the elimination of a few words impacted patient immobilization.
Ambulance battery failures are common but easy to prevent.
A one-of-a-kind training vehicle allows Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute to simulate grain bin rescue.
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