Heather Caspi

Heather Caspi

Heather Caspi served as an associate editor for EMS World from April 2013–May 2014.

With its unusual format and variety of content, the course differentiates itself in the world of CP education.
Electronic devices can help monitor dogs, but personnel also need to recognize the signs of distress themselves.
The mass casualty transport equipment donated in Romania will be used to train emergency medical personnel from throughout the European Union.
The survival of a tiny kitten became a symbol of hope during—and long after—tornado response efforts in Brimfield, Mass.
Employees are pulling together during Autism Awareness Month to raise money for therapy for local children.
The staff's participation in the Boston Marathon is one of the community impacts that makes them most proud.
No matter what your budget, there's still time for your agency to plan a celebration for EMS Week.
New vehicles will be required to introduce the technology to allow cars to "talk" to each other and avoid crashes.
Two pieces of federal legislation have been introduced to make it easier for communities to administer recruitment and retention benefits.
Since 1947, the service has survived on donations alone, and has no plans to bill patients.
The company asked employees to submit photos they had taken anywhere in the world and received more than 500 submissions.
With the right apps downloaded, the smartphone is now the "Swiss Army knife of communications."
How to ensure patients obtain the most appropriate form of care.
The Summa Health System is providing area agencies with both the medical knowledge and the physical practice needed to safely manage bariatric patients.
Jim Pollard of AMR Central Mississippi recalls how the resource was a "godsend" after one of his service’s paramedics was critically injured on July 31, 2013.