FR Station Wear is more important than you might think. It helps protect your most valuable resource, firefighters, in all aspects of their duties and responsibilities. In this webinar, you’ll learn about station wear history and trends, along with the basics of a systems level approach to PPE. All in the name of giving you extra layers of protection during exposure to fire above (in this case, below) and beyond your bunker gear.
Airway management and ventilation are some of the most important, yet challenging situations faced by EMS. What is the best way to ventilate? What are the advantages of manual and mechanical ventilation? The speaker Prof. Dr. Gräsner works as an Emergency Physician for Medical Mass Casualty Incidents in different EMS and the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service in Germany and will present in the webcast how a patient can benefit from mechanical ventilation and what are the different possibilities of monitoring.
Disparities in EMS Care: Best Practices in Assessment, Current Findings and Suggestions for Improvement
As EMS clinicians, we strive to provide the best care to all patients. Nevertheless, racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic disparities have been demonstrated with data throughout healthcare– and prehospital care is not an exception. How can we leverage EMS data to advance equitable care? Learn more in this webinar led by Remle Crowe, PhD, NREMT, Tony Fernandez, PhD, NRP, Brent Meyers, MD, and Chief Douglas Randell of Plainfield Fire Indiana.