This music video about mental health issues among first responders landed in our inbox.
Emergency medical service crews are on alert today in one New York City borough after online threats were made against them, according to the New York Daily News.
Lifeologie, a multi-specialty counseling franchise, today announced a new partnership with Readiness Group, LLC. This partnership will provide quality mental health care to first responders from the nine cities involved in the First Responder Resiliency Pilot Program.
Two years ago, Hila Zohar, aged 17 at the time, fell off of the roof of her home in Or Yehuda after she suffered a seizure. The fall, more than 26 feet, caused a serious head injury, massive bleeding and complete loss of consciousness.
The number of Americans who are getting less than seven hours of sleep a night is on the rise, especially in the first responder community.
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.
Andy Etman is in for the fight of his life. The EMT with the New Holland Ambulance Association is battling cancer and is reportedly losing his insurance next week, according to a report from WHTM-TV.
To hopefully bring awareness to a very real, emotional, and shocking truth going on in public service right now.
An August County emergency medical technician seriously hurt on the job last month is getting some help today.
I was recently exercising and listening to a podcast when the guest was asked: “What is one thing all leaders must have?” Her response was simple: “Courage,” she replied.