Training

Safety is Still Personal

Regardless of department policy, procedures, guidelines, education and training, and adequate tools to do the job - Safety is Still Personal. Follow policy and use tools correctly each and every time.

Posted Friday, August 24, 2007

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Hawaiian-Style Recruitment

Honolulu is more than just surf; it's also home to a Junior Paramedic Program that has successfully completed its third year and helped advance the presence of„EMS as a respected profession.

Posted Friday, August 24, 2007

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Psychiatric Patient Assaults

How do you lower your risk of becoming a victim of a patient attack? A recent study describes the precipitants of assault and offers strategies to help avoid conflict with mentally ill patients.

Posted Friday, August 24, 2007

Safety is Still Personal

Regardless of department policy, procedures, guidelines, education and training, and adequate tools to do the job - Safety is Still Personal. Follow policy and use tools correctly each and every time.

Posted Friday, August 24, 2007

In a heartbeat: EMTs find their own reasons to sign up for a job where reaction time is everything

Divine Savior Healthcare paramedic Matthew Graf doesn't consider himself high-strung, but he has been known to regularly jump straight out of his chair when telephones, pagers or fax machines go off in his immediate vicinity.

Posted Thursday, August 23, 2007

Family shares, cares for community

Emergency care is a family affair at the Gaul household in Washington Twp.

Posted Thursday, August 23, 2007

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Multifunction Airway Training Manikin

Paramedic students need to practice techniques and be able to identify landmarks in actual patients based on what they see in the manikin. The new Adult Deluxe Airway Management Head from Simulaids offers realistic anatomical landmarks with the ability to practice all BLS and ALS airway adjuncts.

Posted Thursday, August 23, 2007

National Firefighter Health Week

Firefighters not only battle fires and selflessly risk their lives for others, but they also battle a silent killer - heart disease. Heart attacks are the number one killer of fire and emergency personnel.

Posted Monday, August 13, 2007

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The Age of Moral Ambiguity

When was the last time you held a training session with your supervisors and employees on moral ambiguity? Ask the average worker in your EMS organization to discuss their approach to moral ambiguity in the workplace specifically in dealing with patients, co-workers and supervisors and you ll probably get a puzzled look.

Posted Thursday, August 2, 2007






 

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