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Thursday, August 4, 2016

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TOP NEWS
Mo. paramedic leads effort to #StopHeroin
LODDs: 4 victims ID'd in medical plane crash
Video: Ambulance vs. Ferrari on the track
Md. nurse falls 100 feet into river trying to help at crash scene:Firefighters devised a rope system to haul her up from the water below
River medics provide high level care, free coozies on the Illinois River: The three-person crews deliver medical care on a converted fishing boat 
Conn. fire department takes over paramedic service: Paramedics will accompany firefighters, but transport will still be handled by AMR
SC paramedic resuscitates drowned baby from pool
NJ man convicted for illegally running ambulance service
Teen accused of stealing ambulance to be tried as adult
Are free-standing emergency rooms helping only the wealthy?
NY post office to be renamed for fallen volunteer EMT/firefighter
Fire chief: Trump staff agreed to capacity limit
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EMS NEWS IN FOCUS
When EMS leaders support fire codes at mass gatherings, they save lives
By Arthur Hsieh, EMS1 Columnist
Pre-planning and code enforcement are essential to EMS accessing, treating and extricating patients from political rallies and other mass gatherings
Manage mass gatherings 
EMS HUMOR
Reader Responses: 10 obsolete EMT skills
By EMS1 Staff
Our EMS1 Facebook fans took a trip down memory lane and revisited the skills they had used earlier in their careers. These are the EMT skills we wish would make a comeback
The old days 
EMS TEST SUCCESS
How to best teach EMS students: Test your knowledge
By Limmer Creative, EMS1 Contributor
Teaching EMTs and paramedics to perform in the cognitive, kinesthetic and affective domains requires intentional use of EMS-specific education methodology
Take the quiz 
THE LEADERSHIP EDGE
How EMS chiefs can improve employee engagement
By Fitch & Associates, EMS1 Contributor
Having an engaged, committed workforce is the best way to improve patient care
Talk it out 
REMEMBER 2 THINGS
How to splint a knee injury
Steve Whitehead describes how to splint a knee injury, one of the more complicated splints EMS personnel might need to apply
Watch 
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260Video: Paramedic trades ambulance for Ferrari in race with pro driver
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1275 costly EMS documentation mistakes
107Widow blames ambulance company for husband̢۪s death, sues
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