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EMS World April 2017

This month's issue profiles an innovative MIH-CP program out of South Florida, puts the spotlight on ambulance design and safety, and looks at how pandemic outbreaks bring EMS and public health together.

Ed Mund
In Washington, Ebola efforts helped players and systems improve cooperation and collaboration.
Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP
To improve your interview game, consider the when and why along with the what
Susan E. Sagarra
Butler County EMS is bringing a European design to the U.S.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Are EMS providers including all key information when they turn patient care over?
David Page, MS, NRP
When a homebound, germ-phobic patient needed care, a system found itself unprepared.
Peter Antevy, MD
In a novel South Florida partnership, paramedics serve as the "eyes, ears and hands" of vulnerable patients' physicians
Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP
State law outlining requirements for ground ambulances doesn't exempt them, leaders say
The body's use of oxygen, and the resulting creation of carbon dioxide, requires a highly efficient absorption/elimination and transport system
John Erich
What’s new and what’s concerning to experts in EMS transportation?
Rob Lawrence
EMS is a rich source of data that can help you improve your organization's efficiency.
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