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EMS World March 2021

EMS World cover March 2021

A cover report on response to radiation emergencies highlights the March issue, which has a trauma/active shooter theme. Additional components of that package examine EMS response to civil unrest and active-shooter incidents in hospitals, while other features look at succession planning, COVID-19 and myocarditis, and EMS chaplains. This month's CE article covers death notification, while columns include Resident Eagle, Journal Watch, Leader's Digest, Vendor Viewpoint, and The Edge. March also features our Product Applications From the Field. 

John M. Dabbs
REAC/TS offers training, education, and response help for EMS and others.
EMS World Staff
Interviews with end users of top EMS products and services.
Kyle J. McCoy
Training, communication, and preparation are essential to a safe and effective response.
Patrick LaBuff, MA
Healthcare facilities are soft targets with unique vulnerabilities.
Aaron M. Rhone, PhD
EMS has paid too little attention to bench strength—here’s how to improve it.
EMS World Staff
How they convinced doubters and brought shots to arms.
Vincent D. Robbins, MSc, FACPE, LFACHE
When the pandemic finally struck, decades of EMS planning fell short.
Kory A. Lane, MEd, NRP, CCEMT-P, NCEE, and Roger L. Layell, FP-C, CCP-C, CCEMT-P, NRP
EMS providers should understand the connection and how it might manifest.
Russell Myers
They can be an integral part of overall support for employee well-being.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
A secondary analysis of PART data examines the association.
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