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Friday, May 20, 2016

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TOP NEWS
Va. FF-medic’s family speaks out after suicide
Car slams into ambulance injuring 2 children, 1 adult
CPR survivors honor rescuers during EMS Week
Fire dept. purchases EMS body armor for active shooter response:The equipment is for the San Antonio Fire Department’s technical rescue team and medical special operations unit
EMS lobbying efforts building momentum: Show up, join, send a message and build relationships to participate in the future of EMS
9/11 EMS responders told to prove WTC cleanup involvement: Over 10K letters have been sent out requiring proof in order to be qualified for WTC disabilities
Paramedics, cops save man after he cut his own throat
Paramedics teach Conn. students hands-only CPR
Man thanks EMTs who saved his life
Mo. county to install cameras in ambulances
NY ambulance service fails response-time mark
Girl, 13, killed in hammock by collapsed pillar
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STICKING TO THE BASICS
Clinical scenario: Unresponsive male found by housekeeper
By Patrick Lickiss, EMS1 Columnist
Your ALS transport unit is five minutes away. What would you do?
Stay prepared 
MAKING EMS COUNT
Finding my own EMS light in a black cloud
By Catherine R. Counts, EMS1 Contributor
Two important men, both "Called to Care," have inspired my EMS learning, research and advocacy.
Be inspired 
ANIMAL RESCUE
Paramedics 'Called to Care' share photos of adopted pets
By EMS1 Staff
EMS1 readers shared photos of their adopted pets they met while on duty.
Share your photos 
EMS WEEK
Paramedic's passion inspires those around him
By Betsy Duckworth, EMS1 Contributor
My husband, who is "Called to Care," inspires me and others to save life's most precious moments.
EMS passion 
INSIDE EMS
Autistic child's mom develops a tool to assist EMS
Our co-hosts talk about a new tool a mother developed to train EMS on working with autistic patients.
Listen to the podcast 
NOW ON PARAMEDICTV
'We Remember Night'
EMS Week tribute
1,389The Star of Life: a shining symbol of what it means to be in EMS
669Paramedics honored for saving boy impaled on fence
263Mo. county to install cameras in ambulances
258Bill sent to governor's desk to protect fire, EMS from hate crimes
211Why do so many EMTs have a ‘Type A’ personality?
How to make community paramedicine work for your agency, Part II
Once you've established the need and identified your partners, follow these steps to launch a pilot program and measure results.
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