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Master Planning for Public Safety Agencies

Typically, organizations that don't plan are destined to fail. Prior to executing an agency's path or direction, it's necessary to develop a clear strategy.

Posted Saturday, July 28, 2007

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Bonus Content: EMS Competencies

It_s common to find a single course in EMS management, but where_s the academic rigor that should accompany an EMS management program? Are we preparing the leaders of the future ƒ now?

Posted Friday, July 27, 2007

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Why Are You Transporting Dead Patients? The Final Chapter

Readers may recall that in the process of describing the ambulance transport of a deceased child, I received some requests for a discussion regarding transport of patients in cardiac arrest. And so, in the spirit of J.K. Rowling, we begin the conclusion of this series.

Posted Tuesday, July 24, 2007

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Why Are You Transporting Dead Patients? The Final Chapter

Readers may recall that in the process of describing the ambulance transport of a deceased child, I received some requests for a discussion regarding transport of patients in cardiac arrest. And so, in the spirit of J.K. Rowling, we begin the conclusion of this series.

Posted Tuesday, July 24, 2007

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Parental Perception of Time during a Stressful Event

A recent study surveyed parents arriving by ambulance with their children asking them to estimate the time from calling the ambulance to arrival at the scene

Posted Monday, July 23, 2007

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Parental Perception of Time during a Stressful Event

A recent study surveyed parents arriving by ambulance with their children asking them to estimate the time from calling the ambulance to arrival at the scene

Posted Monday, July 23, 2007

2007 APCO International Conference and Exposition

Early next month, thousands of EMS, fire and police personnel will journey to Baltimore for the 73rd annual APCO International Conference & Exposition, Aug. 5Ï9.

Posted Monday, July 23, 2007

EMTs share life-saving skills with National Guardsmen

Most people train to be a paramedic in a five month course, but in a three-week class, members of the military and Kansas National Guard will not only learn everything a normal emergency responder will learn, but how to do it under fire.

Posted Friday, July 20, 2007

Paramedics try to boost minority ranks

Counties struggle against tradition, educational system to find and hire nonwhite EMS workers

Posted Tuesday, July 17, 2007






 

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