Delivered in a logical and pragmatic format, this presentation delivers case studies to highlight the role of EMS in the stabilization of the burn patient including discussion of initial triage, fluid resuscitation, intubation decisions, inhalation injuries and treatment interventions. Emergent care and stabilization of the patient with a thermal injury can determine both short-term and long-term outcomes, including survivability. Vivid photographs and interactive slides complement this session.
Please join us for this event sponsored by Columbia Southern University.
When COVID-19 struck the United States, fire and EMS Agencies had little time to rethink and recreate the way they communicated with, trained and reviewed material with their personnel both on and off duty. Traditional classroom training and briefings were impossible. Join us for this powerful webcast to learn how Davie (FL) Fire Rescue and Fort Lauderdale (FL) Fire Rescue managers responded to the challenge and implemented and improved processes to communicate with, update, and educate their personnel.
This event sponsored by TargetSolutions.
The world has changed because of COVID-19, but cardiac arrests continue and so does the need for quality CPR and a strong chain of survival. Join Davie FD, the leaders of the Florida Resuscitation Academy for an interactive discussion on implementing high-performance CPR and developing a community CPR program.
This event sponsored by Laerdal.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, tasteless and colorless gas that is a poison to the body if inhaled. Headache, dizziness, muscle pain and neuropsychological effects are seen in patients with mild exposures. Those with higher levels of poisoning typically become disoriented and may lead to death.
911-Initiated Telemedicine: How Colorado Springs (CO) Clinical Leaders Are Revolutionizing Emergency Medicine via Mobile...
In the largest pandemic of our lifetime, learn how clinical leaders in Colorado Springs (CO) are using mobile technology to not only manage the COVID-19 crisis, but also lay the foundation for the new reality of EMS, including 911-initiated telemedicine, mobile integrated healthcare, community paramedicine and telehealth. For the first time ever, the presenters will outline their modernized management system and share case studies and key takeaways that will help you improve patient care, upgrade team communication, reduce cost of care, and increase EMS agency and hospital revenue.
This webcast will serve as a blueprint on how to conduct EMS training and education during COVID-19, either in a socially distant in-person learning experience or through online education.
The course aims to increase awareness about standard and transmission-based infection prevention practices, increase understanding about transmission of COVID-19 and to share best practices to improve the safety of EMS operations during the pandemic. Learners will also understand how the "Identify, Isolate and Inform" strategy can improve their ability to recognize and manage an infectious disease threat.
This program is for all EMS leaders and EMS members interested in improving their communication skills to connect with their membership. This dynamic presentation covers the power and pitfalls of effective EMS officer management and leadership skills and provides actual scenarios to enhance the subject matter. Attendees apply what they have learned in an interactive exploration of the commonalities and differences between management and leadership ideals. This webcast is a must for members interested in moving up in the EMS ranks.
The flaws in the current emergency medical system design are coming to light in the wake of COVID-19. The EMS system in the U.S. has fallen behind other countries on many quality indicators. Paramedicine clinicians remain very poorly paid, and the U.S. paramedicine system remains isolated and underfunded.
Dr. Maguire, and others, are proposing a new paramedicine system in the U.S., and urges all EMS professionals to call on federal, state and local representatives to immediately invest in the EMS system in order to care for current COVID-19 victims, to prepare for the next wave of this pandemic and to create the 21st century paramedicine system in the U.S.