An exclusive EMScapades comic published by JEMS, January 16, 2019.
A young, fit-appearing Hispanic female sits in her living room, reporting to paramedics that she has a “burning sensation in her throat.” Is it acid reflux or is there something more serious to consider?
A JEMS narrated article that details a paradigm shift for EMS, fire, and law enforcement to save your back or the backs of your employees.
An exclusive EMScapades comic published by JEMS, January 2, 2019.
Reviewing procedures and agreements for initiating and executing two-tiered BLS/ALS response may lead to improvements in patient care, operational efficiencies and reductions in the impact of billing constraints.
An overview of early data obtained through EMS self-reporting of mental health through the CrewCare app gives us insight into many aspects of the mental health and habits of EMS and fire personnel.
An exclusive EMScapades comic published by JEMS, December 2018.
One of your finest customer service tools is eye contact. It makes others feel better touched by your care, because eye contact reaches into a person deeply.
Given the clinical importance of ECGs and the existing standards in currently in place (or the lack thereof), is it time to establish ECG educational standards, or at least to define minimium standards?
The results of recent surveys can help inform us about the workplace changes that could substantially reduce turnover of EMTs and paramedics.