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EMS World June 2019

EMS World June cover

Data and interoperability are the themes of the June issue, which features a cover story on a new hospital dashboard initiative keeping capital-area responders better informed. Other features look at new data on violence against EMS and projects aimed at reducing violence and enhancing safety culture. This issue also contains our annual work environment and salary surveys, as well as stories on measles, an MIH program in Indiana, and documenting patient refusals. Columns include Journal Watch, Journey to 2050, and Association Update. 

Michael W. Schmitz, DO, MS, FACEP
Degreed paramedics wouldn’t know everything, but they’d be prepared to keep learning.
Brian J. Maguire, DrPH, MSA, EMT-P; Barbara J. O’Neill, PhD, RN, BSN, PGCertNursEd; Peter O’Meara, PhD, MPP, BHA
What do the latest findings tell us?
Dwayne Forsman
The premier Canadian EMS conference comes to Winnipeg in September.
Katherine West, RN, BSN, MSEd
With modern vaccine skepticism, the once-eliminated disease is surging in the U.S.
Interviews with users of top EMS products and services.
Brian Frankel, NRP; Alan Butsch, MA, NRP; Timothy Burns, MS, NRP; John Filer, NRP
In the capital area, interagency collaboration around a new dashboard better informs the region's operations.
John Erich
FIRST Center efforts aim to reduce violence and improve safety culture.
William J. Leggio, EdD, NRP; Kyra Neeley King, MEd, EMT-P; Michael S. Gerber, MPH, NRP
The concept is integrated into each of EMS Agenda 2050’s six guiding principles.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
It’s been validated for prehospital use elsewhere—do the results hold for an American system?
An all-inclusive look at benefits, career longevity, education, and long-term plans among EMS providers.
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