Transition Topics for the EMT

The drill involving over 200 people put multiple first responder agencies to the test.
The training was based on lessons learned from the Columbine shooting and taught school employees safety and security measures.
The training will be focused on prescribing buprenorphine, the drug used to assist patients in quitting their opiate addiction and relieve withdrawal symptoms.
Speakers presented on topics such as disaster relief, emerging pathogens, the opioid crisis and cyber security.
Firefighters trained with the local hospital in a drill involving a chemical spill, practicing a decontamination process and setting up a mass casualty tent for patient treatment.
The simulations involved having the medics crawl into tight spaces and practice intubation on patients who are difficult to reach.
Register for this year's Pediatric EMS Conference to improve your ability to provide care to young patients and receive continuing education credits.
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Fire, rescue, and police personnel practiced responding to tornado disasters and chemical spills.
The online program is designed to better equip first responders, law enforcement, social workers, drug counselors and others directly involved with dealing with the opioid crisis.
EMS challenges us all in countless ways every day. Similarly, as an EMT student, you will be faced with quizzes and exams of different types throughout your EMS education. Knowing and using the tools you have in your toolkit will prepare you for all of them.
The camp will show girls ages 8 through 16 what it's like to be in the fire service, training them in CPR, using fire equipment, and taking a trip to the Emergency Operations Center.
The program first trains students to become certified EMTs and then progresses to paramedic training.

Register now for the May 8 PCRF Journal Club podcast, which features special guest Dr. Seth A. Brown who, with his co-authors, recently published a qualitative study examining ways to improve pediatric EMS education.