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EMS World January 2019

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The January issue has an airway focus, with features on peri-intubation hypoxia and airway management, and bonus content on pediatrics, with articles on respiratory distress and bronchiolitis. Additional content examines stress and continuing education; columns include EMS Around the World and a new incarnation of the Trip Report called Journal Watch. 

Jeffrey L. Jarvis, MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP, FAEMS
Disregard for the fundamentals has made this dangerous condition common.
Louise Reynolds, PhD
Volunteers and expanded roles are keys to coping with the country’s widespread demand.
Dawn Dow, EMT-P, PhD
Reducing it requires a combined effort that involves education, leadership, and mentoring.
Brent Myers, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS; Hawnwan Philip Moy, MD, FACEP, FAEMS; and Catherine R. Counts, PhD, MHA
Regular news updates from EMS World's strategic partners. This month: NAEMSP.
News, updates, and happenings in EMS from around the country.
Roger Smith, NRP
Respiratory distress is a big deal—bigger when you’re a kid.
Michael Supples, MD, EMT-I, and Adam Johnson, MD
It’s a frequent cause of respiratory distress in infants and young children.
Your comments, posts, e-mails, and reactions.
Susanna J. Smith
Should EMT and paramedic requirements move toward self-directed lifelong learning?
Frank T. Ancona, NRP, CIC
Embracing four key qualities can yield better providers and care.
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