Mike Rubin

Mike Rubin

Mike Rubin is a paramedic in Nashville, TN, and a member of EMS World’s editorial advisory board. Contact him at mgr22@prodigy.net.

Thom Dick updates an essential EMS resource.
A new series examines the EMS career climate in every U.S. state. 
By choice or by chance, you'll leave EMS one day—have an exit strategy. 
A new series examines the EMS career climate in every U.S. state. 
Airway World’s June webinar offers leading-edge advice for critical-care providers. 
Your brain and senses are all you need to get started.
Credentials aren’t what your boss wants most from you.
Help readers find value in your work.
Aussie medics excel at RSI; treating adults seems to help in treating kids. 
Usted es un paramédico despachado para atender a un hombre de edad mediana que se queja de dolor en el pecho. Cuando usted llega a la escena, su paciente dice que se está sintiendo mejor. Él no puede o no quiere caracterizar el dolor y niega tener antecedentes cardíacos. El menciona un electrocardiograma realizado durante una prueba física en el transcurso del último año, pero no ha escuchado más acerca del tema. El no puede disimular su desprecio por los doctores.
Paramedic Mike Rubin discusses the key elements of writing quality content about the EMS community
When we fear our concern may seem like prying, we risk the consequences of not reaching out to a colleague who is struggling
Cultivating customers is the most important and least predictable part of a contractor’s job
If you’re considering self-employment, even as a sideline to supplement EMS earnings, this article will either warn you away or help you get started
Video laryngoscopy vs. direct laryngoscopy was the focus of this quarter's research review