COVID-19 isn’t stopping, and neither is the threat of hurricane season. That’s why Wake County EMS (NC) keeps on training.
Review lessons learned on how Loudoun County (Virginia) Fire and Rescue trains future EMS supervisors.
Immediate action must be taken so that paramedicine agencies will be sufficiently supported for the second COVID-19 wave and beyond.
A novel virus/genetically engineered biologic organism will strain the fabric of society and stress the medical response system to the limits of its capabilities.
As the country moves to slowly reopen, colleges and educational facilities will begin to allow students back on campus. The first groups of students will undoubtedly be from public safety and allied health programs.
Utilizing real-life EMS cases, this article will highlight why it is import for EMS providers to know about less common endocrine emergencies.
In order to move forward, most programs are going to have to make some significant changes with how they choose to deliver information.
Training to reduce your exposure to COVID-19 and other infectious agents.
Attendees will become familiar with the ASPR TRACIE EMS Infectious Disease Playbook and will consider operational challenges and strategies for transport and management of patients with high-consequence infectious diseases.
West presented at EMS Today what emergency medical providers need to know about COVID-19.