Paul Murphy, MS, MA, EMT-P, has administrative and clinical experience in healthcare organizations
Your new partner's hands are handcuffed—this is the last time that you will ever see Sean in an EMS uniform.
Caring for the overweight and obese.
Know its components to help protect patients.
Succession planning allows for businesses to continue to operate smoothly despite staffing changes.
Juggling two patients at once proves challenging for this crew. How would you handle the same situation?
Assessing the scene and your patient at the scene of fire
Assessing the scene and your patient
Postherpetic neuralgia is a painful condition involving the nerve fibers and skin and is a complication of shingles, or the
herpes zoster, which results from chickenpox
What EMS providers should know about this potentially lethal disorder of iron metabolism
When responding to a "trauma" incident, it is important for prehospital care providers to be able to quickly determine
the potential mechanism of injury, or "MOI."
When it comes to a drug overdose call, EMS providers must consider a variety of factors ranging from determining what drug was involved to a potential treatment plan.
The unconscious patient can be a challenge in the prehospital setting, where it is not always apparent or obvious
what is causing the patient to be unconscious.
The initial patient assessment, also referred to as the primary survey, is a critical component of prehospital care
How EMS providers present themselves matters--here's what to keep in mind
Tips and tricks for prehospital management of victims of gunshot wounds
The assessment and treatment of victims of gunshot wounds
Prehospital assessment and management of electrical injuries and lightning strikes
Prehospital assessment and management of abdominal pain patients
Overview of burn types and their prehospital assessment and treatment by EMS
Key characteristics can help you overcome personal and professional setbacks and achieve success.