Mike Rubin

Mike Rubin

Mike Rubin is a paramedic in Nashville, TN, and a member of EMS World’s editorial advisory board. Contact him at mgr22@prodigy.net.

Paramedic Mike Rubin discusses the key elements of writing quality content about the EMS community
When we fear our concern may seem like prying, we risk the consequences of not reaching out to a colleague who is struggling
Cultivating customers is the most important and least predictable part of a contractor’s job
If you’re considering self-employment, even as a sideline to supplement EMS earnings, this article will either warn you away or help you get started
Video laryngoscopy vs. direct laryngoscopy was the focus of this quarter's research review
Success in paramedic school has lots to do with expectations: The easier you think it’ll be, the more trouble you’ll have
Most EMTs and paramedics would rather dig a well through bedrock than spend that time balancing their books
Paramedics with the right attributes can turn a part-time venture into a significant chunk of income.
If some Texas lawmakers have their way, EMS providers will be able to add firearms to their on-duty gear
We have to find the sweet spot between acknowledging threats and becoming overwhelmed by them
When a condition is easily treatable but rare, how much should EMS try to do?
Airway management for obese patients was the focus of Dr. Calvin Brown’s quarterly webinar
Say your prehospital partner screws up. How far would you go to protect him or her? How far should you go?
This book will make you wonder how many of today’s practices will be considered witchcraft years from now
How can departments successfully integrate paid and unpaid staff?