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Real Life Rescues: The Pandemic of Violence Against First Responders

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Dov and Raphael provide a few tried, tested and true tips on how to de-escalate a situation.
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Project Mayday: Pranay Manghirmalani, Part 2

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This is Part 2 of the transformation of firefighter Pranay Manghirmalani, who had the courage to attend a PTSD retreat one year ago.
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EMS Improv: Caring for Transgender Patients

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EMT Taylor Sprecher shares his story and talks about the special considerations that need to be taken when caring for transgender patients.

Let’s Get It Straight: Why Guidelines Change and COVID-19

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Infection control consultant Katherine West explains why guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention change.
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Project Mayday: Pranay Manghirmalani

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Project Mayday followed first responder Pranay Manghirmalani during his mental wellness journey.
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EMS Improv: Anthony Correia’s Growth Mindset

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This is a fantastic conversation with Anthony Correia, who still maintains a growth mindset.
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Real Life Rescues: The Art of EMS Amid War

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Dov and Raphael take an in-depth look at what it means to be a first responder under fire during wartime.
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EMS Improv: Speaking with the ‘Report Doctor’

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Eric Chase spends time with the "Report Doctor," also known as Liz Angeli, PhD.
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Real Life Rescues: Looking Back at Surfside

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Clinical Psychologist Dr. Sharon Slater joins Dov Maisel and Raphael Poch to discuss United Hatzalah's efforts at the Surfside condo collapse.
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Project Mayday: Justin Hester

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Justin Hester shares the story of how it took him 10 years to become a firefighter and how he managed to finish his paramedic license.