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EMS World October 2020

EMS World October 2020 cover

October's issue celebrates collaborative care, with a cover report that examines how infection-control experts, health officials, and others worked together to help keep Boston crews safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and additional MIH-themed stories that profile New York City's SeniorCare and explore patient advocacy. Other features cover stress-induced cardiomyopathy, meditation, purchasing, and interfacility transport of the burn-injured patient, while this month's columns include Resident Eagle, Journal Watch, Student Corner, and Leader's Digest. 

Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, FAEMS, MCCM; Jonathan Jui, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS; James P. Roach, DO, FACEP, and John B. Holcomb, MD, FACS
Part 1: Evolving prehospital practices and the role of TXA.
Katie Klatt and Erin Serino
Boston EMS leverages its infection-control resources to stay ahead of the pandemic.
Jonathan Bassett, MA, NREMT
Community paramedicine in the heart of the nation’s largest city.
Chip Franklin, NRP
We can do so much more for our patients than just medical care.
Joshua Holloman, MHS, NRP, CEMSO
You can die from stress-induced cardiomyopathy—here’s what to know.
Katherine West, RN, BSN, MSEd
A deliberate team-based approach can help you avoid costly mistakes.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Where your bags and gear sit may influence both your care and your health.
Olivia Mead
Forget the stereotypes—it can help you harness the mind’s activity.
Randy D. Kearns, DHA, MSA, FACHE, FRSPH, CEM; Christopher K. Craig, DMSc, MMS, PA-C; et al.
A best-practices review of the referral process and needed equipment.
Chris Cebollero, NRP
Show employees how much you care about them and their goals.
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