This ground-breaking report challenges many of the perceptions of the benefits of HOT responses with empirical evidence and public perception.
Hear from others about why you should attend EMS Today.
EMS Today panel will discuss and field questions regarding their experience with this science and technology, training and deployment processes, as well as lessons learned.
These are papers, for good or bad, with which paramedics, system directors, educators, and medical directors should be familiar.
Captain Rommie Duckworth at EMS Today 2020.
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation and its broad applications presented at EMS Today 2020.
Tool selection, patient stabilization techniques, and crush injury syndrome are discussed, as are several case studies.
Developing quality written test items and administering practical skills exams can challenge the best of instructors.
There’s nothing “routine” about providing care (emergency or not) to the huge variety of people we meet and in the circumstances we encounter.
Kenneth Thompson of the Ithaca Fire Department and AMR Syracuse talks about his EMS Today 2020 class.