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PCRF Clinical Articles

Can good old-fashioned grit help providers be more resilient to adversity?
More evidence favors spreading it out rather than delivering it all at once.
As the public embraces the compression-only method, is it improving patients’ outcomes?
It’s been validated for prehospital use elsewhere—do the results hold for an American system?
Do longer shifts contribute to fatigue among air-medical personnel?
Are crews less safe when using the warning devices?
Do different precautions make a difference in outcomes?
Reviewed this month: Research shows EMS has a higher rate of suicide than the general population.
A California protocol safely allows diversion to psychiatric facilities.
It helps cardiac arrest victims—but what does it do to nonprofessional rescuers?
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