Two paramedics in Palatine, Ill., were taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries following a collision with a van while responding to a call.
Can new technology improve the performance of disconnected remote learners?
Each month the Prehospital Care Research Forum combs the literature to identify recent studies relevant to EMS education practices. In this segment PCRF board member Megan Corry shares her insight on research that can help bring evidence-based practices to EMS education.
June 21—Emergency calls for everything from house fires to sprained ankles continue to increase as the town grows, creating mounting pressure on fire and emergency medical services.
In the face of burgeoning demand, town leaders have launched a strategic planning process designed to optimize emergency services, General Manager Scott Shanley and the town's two fire chiefs said Tuesday.
Should the unthinkable happen on duty, your service will be honored and remembered
Each year in May, representatives from the National EMS Memorial Service, National EMS Memorial Foundation and National EMS Memorial Bike Ride gather in Arlington, Va., to pay tribute to fallen EMS and air medical providers during the National EMS Weekend of Honor. This story was written by a rider from the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride’s east coast route who attended the National EMS Memorial Service for the first time.