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Leadership/Management
Nóra Orsolya Balázs; Ágnes Bögötiné Szilágyi; Dr. Borbála Csucsai; Ágnes Hegyes; Petra Kovács; and Tünde Csenge Sipka September 14, 2019
Recognizing the profession’s risks, the country’s NAS fields an array of tools to protect its people.
Education/Training
September 13, 2019
The mandatory training comes after an uptick in violence against paramedics and EMTs.
Leadership/Management
Larry Bennett September 13, 2019
An absent employee's injury can't prevent his termination, a judge ruled.
Leadership/Management
Mike Rubin September 12, 2019
New supervisors need more than street skills—try servant leadership.
Leadership/Management
September 12, 2019
An estimated 70% of EMS providers are overweight or obese, a rate greater than the general population.
Leadership/Management
September 12, 2019
The indictment alleges Michael Zaremski had violent anti-semitic images on his phone and unlawfully possessed assault-style weapons and large-capacity magazines.
MIH-CP
September 11, 2019
A community paramedicine program sees better patient outcomes after adopting an ePCR system.
Community
September 11, 2019
The 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks brought people together to honor loved ones who lost their lives that day.
Community
September 11, 2019
Pulmonary fibrosis is among the deadly diseases now emerging among Ground Zero workers nearly two decades after the terrorist attacks.
Patient Care
September 10, 2019
Research presented at the European Society of Cardiology found that athletes who experienced sudden cardiac arrest were nearly eight times more likely to survive if they received bystander CPR.
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