Balancing your personal life with your EMS career can be a challenge. We look into some options for child care for EMS professionals.
When patients go into respiratory distress they might require advanced airway procedures. But what happens if you don't know how to intubate patients?
A discussion of diversity and inclusiveness in the EMS profession and how EMS agencies can create a more diverse workforce.
Disaster response can be a way for first responders to help communities and earn a little extra money - but make sure to take care of yourself out there.
We reflect on the impact COVID-19 will have on EMS Week and share some ideas on how EMS can still celebrate this week set aside in their honor.
Though it doesn't happen often, people who cheat during EMS testing or falsify the necessary documents for certification face severe consequences.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, first responder shortages are becoming a real threat and states are calling on retirees and volunteers to help.
We explore the need for COVID-19 testing among first responders and the different forms it takes, such as contact tracing.
911 dispatchers are just as likely to suffer from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as EMS and other first responders. We spoke with a former 911 dispatcher about her experiences, and discuss recent research around first responder jobs and mental health.
We spoke with several experts on the NREMT recertification deadline, why the decision was made, and what it means for EMS providers going forward.