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Friday, April 8, 2016

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ATV riders surround, stop ambulance transporting sick kid
Tractor-trailer collides with ambulance; 3 hurt
Off-duty paramedic rushes to aid injured police officer
Report: Fla. county's EMS under-resourced: Officials recommended adding a ninth ambulance to operate during peak hours; they're also in need of more volunteers
EMT accused of sexually assaulting sedated patient: If convicted of sexual battery and gross sexual imposition, the EMT faces a maximum of six and a half years in prison
Former EMS agency president admits to $1.6M theft: Brad Reiter used the money to pay for credit card bills, lawn care and security system services
Ambulance overturns on W.Va. interstate; 2 hurt
Texas man bites, hits paramedic with guitar
Flakka use 'virtually gone' in Fla. after crisis
Activity tracker app calls for help if wearer is under attack
Paramedic receives book, TV deals for detective thriller
Off-duty medic saves football player from more severe injury
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What should EMS providers know about, besides EMS?
By Mike Rubin, EMS1 Columnist
An EMS1 poll explores the value of non-clinical know-how.
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Paramedic physician: Is there such a thing?
By Kevin Grange, EMS1 Columnist
Will Smith, MD reflects on his prehospital background, emergency medicine career and the future of EMS.
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3 essentials to cure hangry medic syndrome
By Tommy Guidroz, EMS1 Contributor
Feel better and eat better on every shift by always having snacks, meals and hydration with you.
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Getting ahead of Zika virus, Dallas leads the way
By Ray Barishansky, EMS1 Contributor
Zika virus has been looming all winter, but local governments can get ahead of the problem as mosquito abatement season begins.
Public health crisis 
Bringing mental health issues to the forefront of EMS
Our co-hosts discuss the week's news and the benefits of an online EMS education.
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NSW Ambulance celebrates birthday
Hands-free is not risk free
435Watch: Tenn. EMS department featured in music video
332Personal activity tracker used to identify heart arrhythmia
256Fire chief performs CPR after man collapses at meeting
212Poor EMS documentation reflects cultural tolerance
112Uber for emergency response: Let's get real
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