Nicolet College will begin offering the new training starting in January, WXPR radio reports.
The idea of an algorithmic approach to treating patients is not necessarily a bad thing in certain situations. It’s just that critical thinking must also be promoted.
American Medical Response is pushing back against claims of low pay and morale after a recent public protest by dozens of employees, according to masslive.com.
The updated NEMSQA website describes the measures in detail and includes a technical information package necessary for quality, research, and IT professionals to extract data and implement measure utilization.
It is always best to be clear and descriptive in your PCR documentation. Don’t leave a reader of your report guessing as to what you mean
The Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival (CARES) Program, the largest registry in the U.S. and internationally that collects data on survival rates from out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA), is expanding its reach with a goal of including all 50 states in the U.S. and the District of Columbia in its registry, thanks to additional and new support from a public-private collaboration.
The Arlington Times reports on a new Community Resource Paramedic Program that the North County Fire & EMS and the Arlington Fire Department hopes will lessen non-emergency calls and trips to the emergency room.
Forty-seven thousand Americans died of opioid-related overdoses in 2017 – similar to the number of deaths from car accidents and gun violence.
Fitch & Associates retired Founding Partner Richard A. Keller, 67, passed away suddenly on Saturday October 12th at his home in Gladstone, MO.
In this presentation, attendees will gain insight on how one Metropolitan Fire-Based EMS System took the lessons learned from a tragic mass shooting and channeled their efforts at procuring and equipping their personnel, training all responders and command staff, and revising their policies on responses to scenes of violence.