EMS Webinars & EMS Training Webcasts
WHERE You Live Shouldn’t Determine IF You Live: EMS Strategies for Improving Cardiac Arrest Survival
This webcast will focus on strategies that can be used by the EMS community to improve survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
We used to think the basic skill of ventilation was simple and uncomplicated—just “bag ’em.” We’ve come to find out successful ventilation and oxygenation is deceptively complicated with how it can impact blood flow, blood chemistry, cerebral perfusion, and ultimately, patient outcomes. This presentation is a “back to basics” presentation on the ABCs of ventilation and oxygenation based on current resuscitation science.
The days of a fully stocked drug box are long gone for some agencies. There’s a national shortage of the most commonly used medications in EMS. Jeff Beeson, DO, and James Augustine, MD, will outline the incident action plans they have initiated as a response to the shortage, and approaches to reduce risk to patients and providers.
Statewide Trauma System Enables Multi-Agency Coordination with Trauma Centers to Improve Patient Outcomes
With hundreds of private and public EMS agencies providing services across your state, how can you improve your overall responses to trauma?
Review of current literature supporting NIPPV as a standard of care, particularly NAEMSP position statement on CPAP.
This webcast will explore the operating system in use by RAA, the benefits associated with monitoring every aspect of vehicle operation and the use and application.
How many times have you heard that posting is “evil” or “terrible,” or that it doesn’t work?
This webcast, presented by Steve Wirth and Doug Wolfberg of the EMS law firm Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, will focus on essential documentation points you need to cover with no-transport situations.
A compact, MOLLE-equipped pack designed for rapid field response for the treatment of most extremity fractures, dislocations and joint injuries. Fractures can be splinted in position found! Disaster preparedness and surge capacity available!
The Compact Sager Alternative! Treats proximal third and mid-shaft femoral fractures. Radio-lucent,universal: fits adult or child,treats unilateral or bilateral fractures. Rapid one-person assembly/application. Compact, robust, and lightweight.
Your complete fracture response system! Features a compact Sager Traction Splint, an Adaptor
The Ambulance Leadership Forum and a Yorkshire Ambulance... More >
- Video: Demanding Safety
- Arming Leadership for Safety Change
- Video: Factors of Risk
- Video: Integrated EMS
- Rural Example of Community Medicine
EMS Airway Clinic