The mission of the International Prehospital Medicine Institute to provide the most up-to-date education at an affordable cost to those who provide medical care in the prehospital setting.
Those who provide prehospital medical care are often exposed to aggression – both verbal and physical.
Today marks the seventh anniversary of Superstorm Sandy hitting the East Coast.
Provider “burnout” is an increasing concern in today's healthcare system, best defined as symptoms of exhaustion, decreased productivity and cynicism. Burnout can lead to medical errors potentially resulting in patient harm, while also being detrimental to the quality of life of healthcare professionals.
JEMS Editor Emeritus A.J. Heightman Reviews the Hartwell Medical CombiCarrierII.
You arrive on scene to find a 23-year-old male construction worker complaining of a sudden onset of rapid heartbeat and lighteadedness that has persisted for the past 25 minutes.
A behind the scenes look at EMS operations at Nashville International Airport.
SimWars Ireland was initiated in 2017, by two medical students from University College Dublin (UCD), Jamie Condren and Tiarnan Byrne. The goal was to help facilitate medical students’ exposure to stressful and difficult situations and promote professionalism and teamwork with colleagues prior to graduation.
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.
JEMS Editor Emeritus A.J. Heightman assisted Take Heart America and Dr. Keith Lurie in bringing miraculous cardiac arrest survivor Greg Eubanks and his wife Laura to Paris to surprise Alina Health System Medical Director Charles Wick and the audience. A.J.'a exclusive JEMS article and video interview will be coming soon on jems.com.