Christopher J. Faulknor wants providers to be aware of their own mental health and help others understand they are not alone in dealing with their issues.
In EMS, we tend to do things on the ambulance merely because that’s the way it’s always been, writes Christian Ventura.
Anthony "Tony" Correia writes about the benefits of compassion in patient care in the vein of Dr. Patch Adams.
Paramedic Jamie Dalton looks back at a challenging case involving an infant, and how paramedics leave a footprint wherever they go.
The authors suggest new strategic grounds for the next stages of the COVID-19 pandemic management.
Chris Oliver has some tips and tricks in dealing with emotionally challenging patients and family members you may encounter on a day-to-day basis.
EMS providers need to engage in post-pandemic recovery conversations to ensure field-level EMS has a seat at the table, writes ML Marietta.
The goal of this commentary is to make EMS providers aware of what the "Swiss cheese" phenomenon is, how to spot it and some tips on how to prevent errors.
Critical thinking is not something that one can just begin to do, writes Radu Venter It is a skill that must first be taught, developed over time and regularly maintained.
Traumas and codes may be more exciting, but these high-stress situations are not conducive to mastering the basics, writes Jake Waller. Learning occurs best when a student is able to fully integrate the material.