Leadership And Professionalism

Sick 9/11 Responders Still Coming Forward

Six years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the number of first responders and workers who are ill and are seeking monitoring and treatment continues to rise, a trend that surprises the medical professionals caring for them.

Posted Sunday, September 9, 2007

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A Slice of Humble Pie

In this case, almost everyone involved thought there was nothing significantly wrong with the patient. Check the ECG strips and test your assessment.

Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2007

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A Slice of Humble Pie

In this case, almost everyone involved thought there was nothing significantly wrong with the patient. Check the ECG strips and test your assessment.

Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2007

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Missouri EMT Terminated Over Photos

MissouriEMT Chris Drennan was fired after photographs he posted on the Internet of an actual collision resulted in a firestorm of controversy.

Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Sleepy Hollow EMTs at odds with police chief over stun-gun case

SLEEPY HOLLOW - Police Chief Jimmy Warren did not wait for a paramedic to evaluate a 16-year-old who was shocked with a stun gun before deciding the boy did not require further medical treatment.

Posted Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Study: Longer Ambulance Journeys Boost Death Risk

The further seriously ill patients have to travel by ambulance to reach emergency care, the more likely they are to die, reveals research in Emergency Medicine Journal.

Posted Monday, September 3, 2007

Safety drives Visalia debate

VISALIA, California- After listening to a pitch to change ambulance services to a single provider, Tulare County supervisors told staffers to continue working on all options to address concerns over response times and the loss of service in rural areas.

Posted Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Violence victims shun ambulances

RICHMOND -- Sheriff's deputies thought they did the gunshot victim a favor, seating him in a patrol car while they called for an ambulance.

Posted Sunday, August 26, 2007

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Use of Fire/EMS Property and Personnel for Private Interest

One crew of San Diego firefighters/EMTs has now filed EEOC complaints and intend to file suit against the city for sending them to participate in the city s gay pride parade while on duty. The crew alleges they were forced to participate in the parade, which exposed them to sexual harassment.

Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2007


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