Jason Busch is an associate editor for EMS World.
Benefits of prehospital intubation, using ultrasound to confirm ETT placement and using ketamine to facilitate pre-oxygenation
Rural systems don’t have to be a backwater of patient care
A proposed interstate EMS licensure compact is making the rounds; what could it mean for providers, agencies and states?
November 26, 2014
“I don’t think we’ve seen the worst by far.”
Attendees urged to grow MIH programs slowly to suit their specific needs
Panel discussions look at education, regulation, reimbursement and more.
EMS World Expo is the largest EMS conference in North America, offering five days of education and the latest products showcased in the exhibit hall.
The ACR combines the functionality of several restraint devices into one, neat package.
Without true standards, EMS agencies are left to fend for themselves when it comes to proper restraint of pediatric patients
Mobile telemedicine is now more than just video
Difficult pediatric airways, mandibular fixation and more
A new textbook aims to cover the fundamentals of what good EMS managers need to know.
A recent Twitter chat sought to answer commonly asked questions and put Ebola rumors to rest
Free event promotes safety and raises awareness of traumatic brain injuries in children
The Cincinnati Fire Department is the first civilian agency to adopt the Tempus Pro advanced monitoring devices
Priorities for prehospital airway management and more
How Vanderbilt LifeFlight trains its crews to take care from the hospital to the patient
The specialized ambulance simulator will provide training and aid in recruitment for EMS in the Mat-Su Borough.
Responders to the devastating disaster offer insight into what the event taught them
Facing big changes from the Affordable Care Act, New Hanover Regional EMS in North Carolina worked with its partners to develop a comprehensive CP program
The data that exists doesn’t begin to reflect the problem, but the Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance is seeking to put an end to that
Why things go right—and why they go wrong—in EMS operations.
How Washington turned bad public policy into good healthcare
A new degree program aims to teach paramedics how to effectively mitigate the risks of the job