Mike Rubin is a paramedic in Nashville, TN, and a member of EMS World’s editorial advisory board. Contact him at email@example.com.
We need a secret way to ask for help—but what?
With EMT-P being phased out, what’s a non-nationally registered medic to do?
Allen was a natural caregiver—he showed it on his first day.
When you're needed, don't turn a blind eye
Dr. Paul Zoll, a cardiologist whose legacy includes a medical equipment company that bears his name, is the subject of a just-released biography.
Timely training and a truckload of rescuers determined to put it into practice resulted in a successful save.
Leverage your strengths, but don’t be afraid to collaborate.
Should we discuss prices with patients?
In EMS, who’s got your back?
What I miss, and don’t, about EMS.
For many people, EMS providers are objects of curiosity.
Code Black goes inside the ED at Los Angeles County Hospital.
The importance of exercising judgment.
A system of 100 distinct volunteer fire departments and ambulance corps make up Suffolk County EMS.
The performance art of EMS.
How do you quantify good EMS?
Comprehensive care requires a smile.
Sirens is unique among EMS-themed sitcoms—engaging and subtly funny, without underlying sensationalism or pathos.
In work and love, you need a partner who understands
What can EMS learn from how hospitals treat patients?
What happens when patients don’t speak English?
Time to step away from a fascinating, rewarding field
Your pee is clean…right?
When a colleague is hurting, don’t sit idly by