Join us for a “boots on the ground” symposium designed for responders who arrive in the initial moments of any imaginable mass-casualty incident.
UC Health trained a record number of community members — 4,685 people — in lifesaving “Stop the Bleed” techniques during 2019 with the help of dozens of community police, fire and EMS agencies and other partners.
This new course is designed to provide EMS practitioners with the tools they need to help reduce the psychological toll on a patient during a medical emergency.
Third-year medical students at NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State will ride with Emerson Ambulance Service in Jonesboro as part of the student doctors’ emergency medicine rotation.
The first class of graduates from AMR Lifeguard’s “Learn to Earn” program are now qualified to be emergency medical professionals.
The FDNY gives CBS 2 New York a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to be an EMT or paramedic in the city that never sleeps.
Our current approach to physical restraint places everyone in danger.
The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) has published its 2019 National Report on EMS Violence. JEMS was the report's sponsor.
Study data suggest samples collected by EMS personnel are of the same quality as those collected in the ED and prehospital blood collection has positive effects on patient outcomes.
Terrorism and mass shootings in the United States have shifted first responder tactics to providing care in "warm zones," areas that potentially are under threat.