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EMS World May 2018

EMS World 1805

The May issue features a cover report on the role military helicopters can play for EMS and additional content around the themes of evidence-based medicine and system management. Other features focus on an SCA survivor giving back and conclude our series on resilience. Regular columns include Promoting Innovation in EMS, EMS Around the World, the Midlife Medic, and the Trip Report. 

Peter Antevy, MD; John W. Lyng, MD, FAEMS, FACEP, NRP; Michael C. Perlmutter, BA, NRP
By putting analgesia first, you can blunt the horrors of anesthesia awareness.
May brings both EMS Week and the National EMS Memorial Service's Weekend of Honor.
Rob Lawrence
Competition is fierce to speak at national EMS conferences—use these tips to bolster your chances.
Jason Friesen, MPH, EMT-P
The Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Cuba face distinct challenges in offering emergency care.
Veronica Ryl, EMT-P, CP-C
Understanding ourselves and exploring our perceptions helps us bounce back from adversity and adapt to stress.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
How do they break down, and do CME offerings reflect their differences?
Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP
Chris Metsala and his family wanted to repay the responders who helped save his life.
Brian LaCroix, FACPE, NRP (ret.)
The fundamental building blocks of success start with culture.
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, NREMT
Its top recommendations focused on quality measures and the value of EMS data.
Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP
How you enter and conduct your scene conveys more than you may realize.
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