Jason Busch is an associate editor for EMS World.
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
The San Diego EMS Resource Access Program (RAP) identifies frequent patients and directs them to the help they really need
Richmond Ambulance Authority uses a full-time safety and risk management director to promote a Culture of Safety
Incorporating anesthesiologists on ambulances may not improve intubation outcomes and more
The city’s EMS agency has benefited from its long-standing relationship with the mayor
Developing an agency social media policy can control the cons of online communications
Avoiding the pitfalls of employee theft
Local health officials and EMS may not always interact, but there are benefits to be gained from stronger relationships
What the Burning Man model of care can teach us about the capabilities of EMS elsewhere