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EMS World June 2016


This issue reviews how evolving technologies are improving patient care and operations in EMS. Additional content looks at alternative EMS careers, difficult airway management and an EMS guide to depression and bipolar disorder.

William E. "Gene" Gandy, JD, LP
As this challenging case demonstrates, planning ahead is key to mastering the difficult airway
Susanna J. Smith
New course reviews how AACN technology can assist responders on scene
Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P
Seven principles guided this longest-serving naval officer to success
Robert J. Sullivan, MS, NRP, Shauna Sullivan, LCSW, LLC
Understanding depression and bipolar disorder is necessary to differentiate causes of symptoms.
John Erich
Three Hooley Awards projects demonstrate how data can be used to improve patient care in EMS systems.
Scott Cravens, EMT
Rethinking our response to the mentally ill
Susanna J. Smith
Innovations will transform both operations and patient care.
Mike Rubin
If you’re an EMT or paramedic ready for a career tweak, opportunities abound for delivering nontraditional EMS.
Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP
Beware of judging ability by age
Evolving technologies are changing the way we communicate
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