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EMS World October 2018

October's EMS World Expo show issue profiles the winners of the 2018 Awards of Excellence, reveals finalists for the year's Top Innovation Awards, and includes our second annual collection of research abstracts from the Prehospital Care Research Forum. Features look at nontraditional EMS jobs, medical-alert technology, mobile stroke care, and the role of midwives in birth, as well as continuing the story of EMS World Expo keynote speaker Anne Montera. 

EMS World Staff
EMS World and NAEMT are proud to recognize the year's best providers and services.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Did plasma’s apparent benefit hold up in a randomized, controlled trial?
Jonathan Bassett
EMS providers can ply their trade in some truly extraordinary places and ways.
Orlando J. Dominguez, Jr., MBA, RPM
How you’re perceived will matter when it comes to seeking support.
Valerie Amato, NREMT
Venturing into new territory in prehospital care may come at a cost, but it may pay off for patients.
Jessica Arno, NRP, CPM
These specialists can be a big help to EMS and new mothers when something goes wrong.
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, EMT, and Kevin G. Munjal, MD, MPH
A lack of business acumen may slow innovation—start developing it now.
Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP
Leverage the momentum of Expo to drive innovation in your own community.
James Careless
As they grow sexier and more sophisticated, the devices become less useful for EMS.
EMS World Staff

EMS World’s Top Innovation Awards recognize companies exhibiting at EMS World Expo that have produced innovative new products or products that have seen significant changes and were launched after…

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