Our current approach to physical restraint places everyone in danger.
PRENTICE, Wis. -- The Prentice Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Service is offering to pay for the cost of training as a way to incentivize volunteerism, according to a report.
The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) has published its 2019 National Report on EMS Violence. JEMS was the report's sponsor.
A civil jury has awarded $58 million Tuesday to 10 people who alleged a now-closed body donation facility mishandled the donated remains of their relatives and deceived them about how the body parts would be used.
VRpatients, a virtual reality training simulation company serving EMS and healthcare practitioners and clinicians, celebrated its grand opening November 8, 2019 at The Fort, a former fire truck manufacturing plant resurrected as a multi-functional business complex located in Columbus’ Steelton district.
Study data suggest samples collected by EMS personnel are of the same quality as those collected in the ED and prehospital blood collection has positive effects on patient outcomes.
A new report finds “misinformation and overreaction” by first responders when responding to fentanyl overdoses and suggests more training is needed.
Terrorism and mass shootings in the United States have shifted first responder tactics to providing care in "warm zones," areas that potentially are under threat.
Hosted by NHTSA’s Office of EMS on Tuesday, November 19 at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Paramedic school is over, your new patch is sewn on, and you have your stethoscope around your neck. The last 16 months have been some of the toughest and miserable moments of your life. You have passed all the tests and the state cleared you for your license. You walk in the door at the station and it suddenly hits you – you have no idea what you are doing.