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EMS World May 2020

May 2020 EMS World cover

The May issue provides complete coverage of both the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic as well as National EMS Week 2020. Other features look at epinephrine for cardiac arrest, an ambulance for highly infectious patients, the benefits of data sharing, and preparation for professional advancement, and we continue our series on burn care. Columns include EMS Around the World, Resident Eagle, and Journal Watch. 

 

Jeffrey L. Jarvis, MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP, FAEMS
Data raises questions about the role of epinephrine in cardiac arrest.
Perspectives from the front lines of the global crisis of COVID-19.
Enjoy your celebration—especially this year, you've earned it.
Louise Reynolds, PhD, and Enrico Dippenaar, PhD
Enhanced education and professional standards fuel quality care.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Residents of a shelter share their experiences and interactions.
Kimberly Pruett, MD, and Stephany Perea
Its essential skills are already paying off for citizens.
Scott Cravens and Jeanine Limone Draut
Position your system now to take advantage of coming opportunities.
Michael Noone, NRP
Ebola inspires negative-pressure ambulances that have renewed relevance today.
Dawn Dow, EMT-P, PhD
Create a solid foundation for EMS job and career success with your next promotion.
Randy D. Kearns, DHA, MSA, FACHE, FRSPH, CEM; Christopher K. Craig, DMSc, MMS, PA-C; Michael W. Hubble, PhD, MBA, NRP, et al.
For burn patients, what are the keys to assessment, ABCDEs, and wound care?
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