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Christopher Hunter, MD, discusses the medical response after the Pulse Nightclub attack and how comparing our experience to available evidence will improve understanding of the approach to an active shooter and mass fatality event.

The carnage may have been worse if the gunman had been able to enter an elementary school.

As rescue operations continue in the devastated countries, the death toll surpasses 500 and thousands of others are injured.
Hear key insights from industry leaders at EMS World Expo.
EMS World is partnering with UCLA’s Prehospital Care Research Forum (PCRF) to bring original science and research to readers of EMS World and attendees of EMS World Expo.

Paul Brunner, Chief of La Vernia EMS, describes the chaotic scene of the church shooting that took the lives of 26 people.

Volunteer EMTs who responded to the Sutherland Springs church shooting that left 26 people dead are reeling from the emotional toll of the experience. 

In this installment host Stephen Kavalkovich speaks with Marty Mayes of The Fire Asylum.
EMS World is partnering with UCLA’s Prehospital Care Research Forum (PCRF) to bring original science and research to readers of EMS World and attendees of EMS World Expo.
In this installment host Stephen Kavalkovich and guest Don Prince discuss post-traumatic stress and its effects.

After six first responders took their lives due to PTSD, firefighters started a confidential peer support group to help fire, EMS and police personnel process traumatic calls to improve their mental health.

Dr. Faizan H. Arshad offers a closer look at the benefits of point-of-care ultrasonography (POCUS), and how it can enhance critical decision-making in the pre-hospital arena.
Emergency! star Randolph Mantooth offers an inspirational paean to emergency responders, particularly those in Las Vegas, during the stirring Opening Ceremonies at EMS World Expo Oct. 18.
Artist Daniel Sundahl says proceeds received for the portraits will be donated to first responders who are struggling with their mental health.