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International Prehospital Medicine Institute Literature Review, September 2021

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The group's mission is to provide up-to-date education at an affordable cost to those who provide medical care in the prehospital setting.

EMS Provider Mental Health During COVID-19: A Pandemic Within a Pandemic

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New data emphasizes the toll the pandemic has taken on EMS providers nationwide.

The Impact of Mode of Presentation to the ED on Time Metrics for STEMI...

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A look at whether the door-to-balloon time of patients with ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) varied based upon mode of arrival to the ED.
The photo shows a white ambulance.

Community Paramedics Needed for Study

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The study will look at the factors that influence a paramedic’s decision to transition from an acute EMS role to a community-based one.

NEMSIS 2020 Public-Release Research Dataset Is Available

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The National EMS Information System Technical Assistance Center has released its 2020 Public-Release Research Dataset.

International Prehospital Medicine Institute Literature Review, May 2021

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The group's mission is to provide up-to-date education at an affordable cost to those who provide medical care in the prehospital setting.
The photo shows the hood of an orange ambulance.

Help Researchers Learn about Patients’ Social Needs

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This study, Social Needs in the Pre-Hospital Setting (SNIPS), seeks to understand EMS providers’ knowledge of their patients’ social needs.
Jesse Brooks, medical student, in the emergency department at Olivia, MN.

Quality of Handoffs from Emergency Medical Services to Emergency Department Providers

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This study determines the perceived quality of handoffs between EMS and emergency department providers in the state of Minnesota.
The EMS Handoff

The EMS Handoff: Statistical Significance and EMS with Tony Fernandez

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If you’ve ever read a medical research study, even just the headline, this podcast is for you.
Researchers at the University of California San Diego are developing a color-changing test strip that can be stuck on a mask and used to detect SARS-CoV-2 in a user’s breath or saliva.

A Smarter and Safer Mask Against COVID-19

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Researchers at the University of California San Diego are developing a color-changing test strip that can be stuck on a mask and used to detect SARS-CoV-2 in a user’s breath or saliva.