Radu Venter expands on the Foundation for Critical Thinking's “Valuable Intellectual Traits” article and adapts the traits listed for EMS personnel.
Diabetes mellitus is a complex disease with a variety of factors, syndromes and physiological effects. Though research has come a long way, the understanding and treatments of the disease are far from perfected.
The internal struggle we must face during every radio communication with our supervisors and dispatch.
By changing the general approach and ideology of how EMS providers approach all scenes, medical responders can greatly reduce crime scene contamination and potential destruction of evidence.
First responders are at a higher risk of developing mental health and substance use disorders than the rest of the population.
Michael Shea explains what informed consent and capacity to consent means within the EMS practice.
The next frontier in EMS may be through 911 dispatcher-directed bystander administration of drugs and devices delivered by drone.
Early in the pandemic, Empress EMS made critical changes to its operational plans and shifted its response strategies.
The mission of the International Prehospital Medicine Institute is to provide the most up-to-date education at an affordable cost to those who provide medical care in the prehospital setting.
The clock in the dispatch office always knows what time it is.