Study: Change of Culture, Increased Training Needed to Reduce Violence Against Emergency Nurses

Thanks to the quick actions of school resource officer Deputy Blaine Gaskill, the 17-year-old gunman was stopped before he could hurt others.
Not everybody wants to talk about revenue, but it’s a “necessary evil in the business we do,” said Chris Watanabe, RHIA, CHPS, director of HIM at REMSA, the exclusive ground EMS provider for Washoe County, Nevada, and an air ambulance provider serving an 11-state western region.
Jill Wittwer, 59, is recovering well from a stroke she had in her sleep after doctors performed a thrombectomy the following afternoon.
A branch of the International Association of EMTs and Paramedics Union is fighting for a more thorough investigation into one agency's management staff physically and sexually abusing employees.
ACP is ready to work in tandem with the administration and public health agencies to help ensure patients have access to affordable, quality treatment options.
The app alerts bystanders of nearby cardiac arrest patients in need of CPR and an AED.
The new bill provides full coverage for PTSD treatment and compensates first responders for the time they are out of work.
Mason County EMS asked county commissioners if the United Mine Workers of America could represent their agency.
Roben Duge was walking home when he saw his neighbor's house on fire and pulled the two children and their grandmother out of the home.
About 1,800 first responders will gather in April for the charity Heroes Cup Hockey Tournament.
Mohawk Valley Ambulance Corps is seeking solutions to improving response times as call volumes increase with a limited number of ambulances.
Austin officials are unsure if the explosion is related to the string of package bombs that killed two people and injured others earlier this month.
The Stamford Fire Department established the Fairfield County Trauma Recovery Network to encourage firefighters to have mental health conversations.
FDNY's Lt. Christopher J. Raguso and Fire Marshal Christopher Zanetis were two of the passengers aboard the HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter that crashed in Iraq.
The diversions have caused longer wait times for 9-1-1 callers due to understaffed dispatch centers.