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EMS World February 2019

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The February issue has a stroke and cardiac focus, with features on cardiac arrest dispatch protocols and combating stroke in Australia. The cover story examines a pioneering MIH partnership in Baltimore, and other articles cover refusal of care after Narcan revival, shared decision-making, peer support, and California's Prop 11. New columns focus on mentoring and EMS Agenda 2050. 

Shawna Renga, AS, NREMT-P
How Australia is employing new technology to improve stroke coordination and care.
Mitchell D. Maulfair, DO, Alexis S. Dressler, BS
Complications can arise when patients decline further care after receiving naloxone for opioid toxicity.
Jon Krohmer, MD
Now it falls to all of us to embrace a new guiding document's vision for people-centered care.
Joshua A. Marks, MD, FACS

Having just celebrated its silver anniversary, the National Collegiate EMS Foundation (NCEMSF) is poised to continue its mission of creating safer, healthier environments on college and university…

Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Reviewed this month: Research shows EMS has a higher rate of suicide than the general population.
Aaron Florin, MSHS, NRP, SPO
Working with patients on their healthcare choices can lead to greater satisfaction.
News, updates, and happenings in EMS from around the country.
Tim Williamson, BS, NRP, NCEE
Neglect and abuse are common—we can’t become desensitized to it.
James Careless
How a behind-the-scenes deal that could have resolved the break issue fell apart.
John Erich
A new series remembers the most important and influential leaders of EMS.
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