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EMS World October 2016

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This month's cover report reviews how EMS can share data and partner with public health to help combat the opioid epidemic. Additional content focuses on strategies for longevity in EMS, training inside the hot zone and body armor injuries.
John Erich
Reps will be recognized at EMS World Expo in October
Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P
Here’s what you can do to keep your people happier
Mike Rubin
Its mission should be not only consultative but collaborative
Paul Serino, NRP, CCT-P, BS
Medics and docs in New Mexico are part of a special program to better understand what’s faced by EMS and police.
Joseph J. Kolb, MA
Know the appropriate armor to wear, its capabilities and limitations, and the mechanisms of injury you may encounter.
Lee Palmer, DVM, MS, DACVECC, NRAEMT-T, WEMT, CCRP
New initiative blends evidence-based medicine and user experience for high-threat veterinary trauma care recommendations
Thom Dick
A dozen ways to ensure a long and rewarding EMS career
Meet the recipients of the 2016 National EMS Awards of Excellence
Here are the candidates the EMS World judging panel selected as finalists for this year
Jeremiah M. Kinsman, MPH, EMT
How EMS can share data and partner with public health to help combat the overdose epidemic
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