‘It’s Been an Incredible Ride:’ NH EMS Provider Moves On and Shares Lessons Learned

We are sharing this resignation letter from a New Hampshire-based EMS provider as it captures the essence of serving in EMS.

Watch Now: The Unbox It Series: Ring Rescue

JEMS Editor Emeritus A.J. Heightman unboxes Ring Rescue, an easy-to-use device that helps remove stuck rings from swollen fingers!

COVID-19 Reveals How Obesity Harms the Body in Real Time, Not Just Over a Lifetime

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust the obesity epidemic once again into the spotlight, revealing that obesity is no longer a disease that harms just in the long run but one that can have acutely devastating effects.

Traits of a Critical Thinking Paramedic

Radu Venter expands on the Foundation for Critical Thinking's "Valuable Intellectual Traits" article and adapts the traits listed for EMS personnel.

With Friends Like This, Who Needs Anemones?

Christopher J. Faulknor wants providers to be aware of their own mental health and help others understand they are not alone in dealing with their issues.

Are EMS Agencies Contributing to the Spread of COVID-19 in the U.S.?

In EMS, we tend to do things on the ambulance merely because that's the way it's always been, writes Christian Ventura.

Patch Adams and EMS: Patients are People Too

Anthony "Tony" Correia writes about the benefits of compassion in patient care in the vein of Dr. Patch Adams.

Those We Can’t Save: Williamson County (TX) EMS Paramedic Remembers Baby Maci

Paramedic Jamie Dalton looks back at a challenging case involving an infant, and how paramedics leave a footprint wherever they go.

Managing COVID-19: Applying an Asymmetric Solution to an Asymmetric Problem

The authors suggest new strategic grounds for the next stages of the COVID-19 pandemic management.

The Art of Dealing with Challenging Patients and Family

Chris Oliver has some tips and tricks in dealing with emotionally challenging patients and family members you may encounter on a day-to-day basis.

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