TOP STORIES

Education/Training
Michael Worthen, NRP, November 28, 2020
EMS requires resilience—let's give the next generation the right tools.
Patient Care
Robert Conklin, MPA, NRP, MICP, November 29, 2020
Understand what the various shockable and nonshockable rhythms really mean.
Leadership/Management
Chris Cebollero, NRP, November 29, 2020
Listen to more than just what your employees are saying.
Patient Care
Valerie Amato, NREMT, November 28, 2020
For some, major symptoms persist even after the virus is cleared.
Operations
Erik S. Gaull, NRP, CEM, CPP, November 27, 2020
What should you consider in picking a make and model?
Michael Worthen, NRP, November 28, 2020
EMS requires resilience—let's give the next generation the right tools.
Patient Care
Robert Conklin, MPA, NRP, MICP, November 29, 2020
Understand what the various shockable and nonshockable rhythms really mean.
Leadership/Management
Chris Cebollero, NRP, November 29, 2020
Listen to more than just what your employees are saying.
Patient Care
Valerie Amato, NREMT, November 28, 2020
For some, major symptoms persist even after the virus is cleared.
Operations
Erik S. Gaull, NRP, CEM, CPP, November 27, 2020
What should you consider in picking a make and model?
EMS can do better at breeding resilience in its young, writes Michael Worthen, NRP.
Understanding what the AED is telling us can help to guide our expectations of patient care and outcome in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Just because an EMS leader hears the words spoken doesn’t mean they're actively listening to the message. 
Between 78%–87% of COVID survivors continue to experience symptoms for weeks post-recovery.
Body-worn cameras for EMS can range from purpose-built models to simple smartphone apps.