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EMS World September 2017

With this issue we debut a three-part package of content examining innovations in stroke care and best current practices for achieving optimal outcomes for stroke patients. Other content examines old medications for difficult new conditions; maintaining stakeholder relationships in a high-value system; and improving through patient survey feedback.

Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP
Solid leadership includes caring for crews’ basic human needs.
Debbie Vass, RN, EMT-P
What do patients expect, and how did you do at it? You’ll never know unless you ask.
Matt Concialdi, MS, NRP
Psychological First Aid and Mental Health First Aid can provide the skills needed to help these patients.
Bryan E. Bledsoe, DO, FACEP, FAAEM
Chronic pain syndrome, cyclical vomiting syndrome and diabetic gastroparesis are tough to treat, but some familiar medications may help.
Scott Cravens, EMT
Instructor, writer and paramedic Hilary Gates to guide EMS World Expo.
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, NREMT
Business runs on relationships—here’s how to keep yours healthy.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Why it’s important to have EMS providers conducting EMS research.
Mark Alberts, MD, FAHA
With new advances, prehospital choices are more important than ever.
Peter Antevy, MD; Nils Mueller-Kronast, MD; Mark Ellis
Novel partnerships in South Florida are improving the stroke-care process.
Kenneth A. Scheppke, MD; Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH
It may be beneficial to bypass that nearest PSC.
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