Trying to stay safe during a global pandemic is hard enough, but people in Southwest desert cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas are also trying to protect themselves from the brutal heat.
A commentary on paramedics responding home, by Steve Whitfield.
New product and procedure safely exhausts all patient-exhaled air from the back of an ambulance.
But medical workers, seen as possible sources of contagion, face another staggering challenge in these countries: the stigma associated with the illness.
Matthew Konya on the intersection of behavioral health and emergency medical services.
Evie Waddell and another firefighter were hurt April 23 after the tree had fallen on top of a mobile home after a storm.
A new document developed specifically to support EMS systems planning for or implementing crisis standards of care during the COVID-19 pandemic is now available on EMS.gov.
FDNY paramedic Christell Cadet is awake and recovering at home after spending a month in a coronavirus coma, friends said.
The U.K. held a minute's silence Tuesday for all front-line workers who have died from the coronavirus, as the government extended its testing program and concerns mounted about the rising death toll in care homes.
The psychological toll is staggering, particularly for health care workers whose dreams show similarities to those of combat veterans and 9/11 responders, one expert says.