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A Word of Caution on Buprenorphine
Christopher Gaeta, January 12, 2020
Can it move so easily from the hospital to the field?
Rocky Mountain Memories: A View From the 2019 Colorado EMS Memorial Bike Ride
Mike Kennard, January 05, 2020
A veteran rider says this ride’s his favorite—here’s why.
Guest Editorial: What I Expect to See
Christopher Gaeta, January 01, 2020
Three predictions for EMS in the year 2050.
Rest Easy, Chief Burnside
B. Chris Brewster, December 17, 2019
Bob Burnside was a legend in the ocean rescue community.
We Still Need Ambulance Drivers
John M. Dabbs, December 14, 2019
Shed the negative connotation and revisit what the role could be.
I Stand Anyway
Anna Ryan, December 06, 2019
For women in EMS the problem isn’t men—it’s culture.
Will Knight, December 03, 2019
Two recent stories from Chicago's transit stations illustrate the damage drugs and alcohol can cause.
When It Became Real
Barry Bachenheimer, EdD, FF/EMT, November 30, 2019
A new provider’s skills carry her through—until the patient doesn’t make it.
Why I Volunteer For 12-Hour Shifts
Lauren Padilla, November 26, 2019
Lauren Padilla's winning essay earned her a trip to EMS World Expo 2019 in New Orleans.
Healthcare Is Expensive—It’s No Surprise
G. Christopher Kelly, November 22, 2019
A focus on surprise medical bills misunderstands how care has always been paid for.
College Degrees and the Affective Domain
Michael W. Schmitz, DO, MS, FACEP, November 09, 2019
Teach students how to think—and help them know what to think about.
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