How does an 18 year fire captain become a substance abuser and on the most wanted list? Hear the captivating story of Jill Engle.
Christian Ventura chats with Jason P. Stopyra, MD, MS, FACEP, FAEMS, associate professor of emergency medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Health, about the role of i-STAT in the prehospital setting.
Get to know their stories on their first podcast and learn their motivations behind the project.
Project Mayday is a research company that was founded to improve the mental wellness of our first responders. Project Mayday has created a platform for first responders to share their stories while promoting mental wellness resources.
Host Brett Lyle and Dr. Victoria Reinhartz explore how Reinhartz and her team are driving change in the industry through a unique community paramedicine model.
Evidence-Based EMS brings the research articles to the ambulance and discusses best evidence based practices in prehospital care based on trending science.
In this episode, Pearland (TX) Fire Department’s Battalion Chief Jacob Johnson joins host Brett Lyle to share his personal journey and lessons of humility, mentorship and leadership.
Host Brett Lyle talks with David Blevins, director of EMS Education Programs for Roane State Community College (TN).
Jonathon Feit interviews Joshua Parish, deputy chief of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Milwaukee (WI) Fire Dept.
On this episode, host Brett Lyle is joined by Health Care Visions President Steve Athey. They discuss the differences between leading with and without titles, the power of influence and more.