Paramedic Corina Hill comforted a cancer patient in her difficult time.
A roundup of the most read articles on our site this year.
A roundup of our most viewed videos at EMSWorld.com this year.
A roundup of the top Facebook posts on our page this year.
EMS World reviews the top EMS news trends of 2014
EMS, like all of healthcare, must become more consumer-driven, mobile-savvy and value-focused.
The treatment center will go straight into operation providing an alcohol recovery facility in Bristol.
Your behavior as a leader is important in maintaining a successful organization.
Creating realistic training to teach street smarts to students is a challenge.
Simply stated, the flipped model involves doing classwork at home and homework at school.
Our patients don't exactly match the bullet points in the textbooks, but this doesn't have to be a bad thing.
AMR crews make sure one of their regular patients celebrates Christmas.
Benefits of prehospital intubation, using ultrasound to confirm ETT placement and using ketamine to facilitate pre-oxygenation
Rural systems don’t have to be a backwater of patient care
EMS workplace injuries and motor vehicle accidents in western Turkey are higher than more developed countries
Lighted parades have become a big part of community events during the holidays.
Coordination among 9-1-1 PSAPs, the EMS system, healthcare facilities and the public health system is important when responding to patients with suspected Ebola.
Event was a test of skills, time, speed, teamwork, strength, endurance and quick-thinking.
A proposed interstate EMS licensure compact is making the rounds; what could it mean for providers, agencies and states?
A guide to simulating injuries through effective use of moulage.
The Leader-Member Exchange model of leadership is an effective way to build teams in EMS.
British paramedic volunteers on the front lines of the Ebola response
EMS-related statistics from fire departments across the country.
EMS systems cannot be successful in delivering excellent clinical care without a medical director who is actively involved.
Here's what you should have learned from the Ebola outbreak.