Webcasts

Training

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Firefighter rehabilitation is an evolving process that reflects scientific research on firefighter physiology, PPE, and medical monitoring.  Join Mike McEvoy for an update on cooling, prehabilitation, exposure and contamination reduction, medical monitoring, and post-incident recovery as proposed in the 2021 revisions to NFPA 1584, Standard of Firefighter Rehab. 
Please join us for this webcast sponsored by TenCate.

Administration and Leadership

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Far too often, paramedic education simulations are static in nature and involve few variables, the lab floor, and far too much verbalization. In this presentation, you will learn the ins and outs of a large-scale interprofessional simulation involving paramedic students, nursing students, medical students, and emergency medicine residents, where teamwork, communication, and self-reflection are the main objectives.

Cardiac & Resuscitation

This event was recorded on September 19, 2019 and is now available for on demand viewing.

When it comes to revolutionizing cardiac arrest, time is the enemy. While preventing cardiac arrest is the ultimate goal, we have reached an impenetrable wall preventing breakthrough improvements in survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Join Dr. Joseph Ornato as he discusses the next steps in disruptive rescue solutions.

Please join us for this event sponsored by Zoll Medical.

Community Paramedicine and Mobile Health

This event was recorded August 27, 2019 and is now available for on demand viewing.

The opioid epidemic is a multifaceted problem leaving many with unanswered questions. During this webinar, we will review findings from over 30,000 EMS overdose records over the past 18 months to help answer some of them. Tune in as we discuss high-level topics affecting the recent spike in outbreaks. 

Sponsored by ESO.

Cardiac & Resuscitation

Best of JEMS webcast:This event was recorded June 14, 2019 and is now available for on demand viewing.

Unlearning what you thought you knew about cardiac arrest requires challenging our traditional way of thinking. Do you defibrillate all patients in V-Fib? Give Epi? Stop compressions to intubate? Ventilate 10-12 times a minute? Not at Rialto Fire Department. In fact, we don't care if you ever ventilate. Nothing trumps compressions - nothing! We have changed the way we approach cardiac arrest and it has resulted in a large jump in ROSC rates and an 83% Utstein rate. Join us, Fire Chief Sean Grayson and EMS Chief Joe Powell, as we describe the journey to significant sweeping changes in our cardiac arrest approach and our culture. 

Please join us for this 'Best of JEMS Webcast' sponsored by ZOLL Medical.

Patient Care

This event was recorded June 6, 2019 and is now available for on demand viewing.

Join Kees Polderman, MD, PhD as he explains this evolving diagnostic tool and how trends over time and threshold values are both important when assessing brain function. Dr. Polderman will explain how a combination of monitoring techniques may provide better insight into brain function than a single monitor used alone. 

Sponsored by Masimo. 

Community Paramedicine and Mobile Health

This event was recorded May 15, 2019 and is now available for on demand viewing.

A careful curriculum design process can help to ensure positive outcomes when providers care for obstetric patients who deliver in the field. In this JEMS webcast, Paul Phrampus, MD, will present various education strategies, objectives and equipment types, allowing you to create a successful program for knowledge, skills and attitudes surrounding the assessment and management of both mom and baby after a field delivery.

This webcast is sponsored by Laerdal.