Kim Berndtson worked as an assistant editor for EMS World.
Participation provides a way to honor professionals and educate the public
Chasing4Life spreads the disaster preparedness message in the hopes that emergency response personnel will no longer be needed
With just over 140 agencies nationwide receiving CAAS accreditation, Cherokee Nation recently earned its second
A Q & A with Julia Buss, RN, MS, on how to develop a healthy eating plan that works for you
EMS isn't work for the faint at heart. Nor is it for the faint of body.
According to sleep experts, terrifying dreams are caused by the type of emotional stress EMS providers may experience on a regular basis
At an average age of 72, these EMS providers are just getting started
Since its introduction to the U.S. in 2008, the 12-hour Mental Health First Aid course has been taught to 15,000+
With a passion to keep riders safe, Richmond Ambulance Authority launches a new initiative it hopes will make a
difference between life and death
At this summer camp, participants get to see and experience all the different areas of emergency medicine
The AngelMed Guardian system seeks to remove the guesswork associated with heart attack symptoms
Partnership between Medic and MMAE increases awareness of public-use AEDS and CPR so bystanders can be the next miracle.
EVAC Ambulance eliminates issues and increases efficiency by choosing one equipment vendor
NAEMT EMS Safety Course focuses on all levels of safety
Used warm or cool, Turley backboard pad benefits STEMI, ROSC and trauma patients
10 techniques for a better night's sleep
This singing nurse and former EMT volunteer pens a song dedicated to EMS professionals and hopes to organize a
For this Alameda County paramedic, public speaking is a key to successful calls.
Overlook Hospital and Morristown Memorial Hospital in New Jersey focus on keeping EMS professionals up to date with
the most current treatment and management options.
Finding new ways to fulfill the constant goal of outreach and community education in an ever-changing world
A recent study has found that a loss of touch--and the ability to identify pain or feeling, such as what would be associated
with symptom recognition--can occur as one gets older.