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Clinical scenario: You’re working in the ED when you receive a pre-arrival page: 62 y M with trach inrespiratory distress, unable to obtain sats, […]
Thoughts from a Clinician
With much anticipation the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines have graced us with their presence. After reading through the guidelines and seeing the changes that have […]
As EMS students we seem to approach the classroom scenario by walking through the door, throwing our hands up in the air and proclaiming “BSI, Scene Safety”; maybe more […]
In the prehospital and retrieval medicine field there is always the push to put as much of the hospital out there as possible. Scott Weingart calls it maximally invasive […]
Dr. Carol Dweck is internationally renowned for her inspiring work in the field of motivation. Her book, Mindset, has generated lots of interest particularly in the area of “growth […]
A Blurb from Bruce – What does a moving car have to do with the autonomic nervous system and the heart?
I’m not sure about you, but I love learning (and teaching) with the use of metaphors. They help me associate difficult subjects with something
I’m not sure about you, but […]