Thom Dick

Thom Dick

Thom Dick has been a passionate advocate of sick people and the safety of their field caregivers since 1970. He has written hundreds of articles and three books on those subjects, including the People Care books. You can reach Thom via Facebook, or at boxcar414@comcast.net.

Thom is also a member of the EMS World Editorial Advisory Board.

This day will be anything but ordinary: You’re about to transport one of the most famous people in world history
A few natural talents can make it easier to succeed in EMS.
Is your work a lifelong source of joy, or is it destroying your life?
A dozen ways to ensure a long and rewarding EMS career
How to model and apply servant leadership in EMS
LTE technology, featured in most 4G-enabled smartphones, has valuable properties for emergency needs.
Besides knowledge, a good EMT needs to be equipped with other things as well
Always be alert for a warm cord; it’s never OK.
Finding the treasure in mundane calls
Can you screen paramedics for common sense?
Do we have to tolerate disrespect from the public?
Is burnout a terminal event or a dynamic?
People lie, that’s all. It’s not personal.
We are not here to deliver emergency medical justice