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Editors' Expressions: Precon Day 1—Information Overload Already
Jonathan Bassett, MA, NREMT, September 14, 2020
If the first day is any indication, EMS World Expo's virtual event will be just as overwhelming as the on-site experience.
Editors' Expressions: My Deepest Gratitude to EMS Educators
Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP, September 07, 2020
Just one snapshot of EMS helping EMS: education is paramount, Zoom calls frequent, all to plan for EMS World Expo.
Editors' Expressions: Heartbreaking Headlines
Joshua D. Hartman, MBA, NRP, September 01, 2020
We must find a way to address the anxiety, depression, stress and loneliness that brings our colleagues to their untimely demises.
Editors' Expressions: Spurring Innovation in EMS Through Tragedy
Valerie Amato, NREMT, August 24, 2020
There’s no quick fix to the pandemic, but EMS is certainly capable of being part of the solution.
The Hidden Harm Behind EMS Memes
Tammie Bullard, August 21, 2020
The potential impact of EMS humor can go beyond lighthearted fun.
Editors’ Expressions: Lives Still to Save
John Erich, August 17, 2020
Can the killing of Louisville EMT Breonna Taylor help lead to positive change?
Editors' Expressions: Therapy Through Art
Jonathan Bassett, MA, NREMT, August 10, 2020
New Jersey medic turns to painting to celebrate the women of EMS and to help 'flatten the curve.'
Editors’ Expressions: Take Me Away
Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP, August 03, 2020
You could hardly blame the SpaceX medics for wanting a little break.
Guest Editorial: A Moment to Shine
Michael A. Loiz, July 30, 2020
COVID-19 has given EMS an opportunity to show what it can do .
Editors' Expressions: Expo 2020 Will Be One for the Books
Joshua D. Hartman, MBA, NRP, July 27, 2020
It's not your everyday Zoom or webinar. It's an immersive experience not to be missed.
COVID-19 on Campus: Colleges Will Have a Tough Time This Fall
Christopher Gaeta, July 23, 2020
Given the common close quarters, outbreaks seem inevitable.
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