During a simulation activity, patient safety is often an omnipresent focus and not identified as a single learning, however, patient safety is a meta-objective that must be present in every simulation activity.
The Grande International Hospital EMS hotline receives a call from a group of travelers who overturned their vehicle in a remote jungle near Pokhara, Nepal.
Discovering and reporting drug diversions may result in career-ending consequences for our friends and colleagues. However, closing our eyes to this problem may result in even more devastating consequences.
Doc Wesley and Medic Wesley give their perspective on a study which examined reasons family members choose to stay or leave the room during resuscitation.
Can geriatric patients who repeatedly access 9-1-1 be better assisted by targeted interventions?
JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman recalls working with Bob “Sarge” Haley, a mentor and visionary in Boston EMS.
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