The future is now? A test pilot recently flew to a simulated casualty site on a mountain in 90 seconds. It would take 25 minutes by foot.
Researchers in Colorado are looking to survey paramedics and how they manage agitation in the field.
Critical thinking is not something that one can just begin to do, writes Radu Venter It is a skill that must first be taught, developed over time and regularly maintained.
One of the strongest hurricanes ever to strike the United States, Laura was blamed for six deaths as it barreled ashore near the Louisiana-Texas state line.
FirstWatch has joined forces with the National EMS Quality Alliance to support its efforts to develop, test and validate quality measures for emergency medical services.
A discussion by Steve Whitfield on paramedics being involved in remote and extreme medicine -- and how they might play a role in space.
This study evaluates the economic impact of a mobile integrated health community paramedicine program with a consultant pharmacist partnership established in Manatee County, Florida.
Author Jonathon Feit argues if mobile medicine wants a seat at health care’s table, we have to show up.
Understand the importance of considering a broad differential for a patient complaining of headaches.
Immediate action must be taken so that paramedicine agencies will be sufficiently supported for the second COVID-19 wave and beyond.