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Thursday, October 13, 2016


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FDNY launches first mobile stroke ambulance
'Stayin' Alive' disco beat helps save subway worker's life
Man steals ambulance from hospital, crashes into patrol car
Surfer bitten by shark, instructs others how to tie tourniquet: Joseph Tanner, a trauma nurse, instructed bystanders to use the leash of his surfboard as a tourniquet until EMS arrived
911 call: SC school shooter stood by kids, didn't fire again: The shooter, a 14-year-old boy, has been charged with murder in the death of 6-year-old Jacob Hall
Mass. first responders to carry stronger Narcan doses: Emergency personnel may now carry doses of up to four milligrams of naloxone nasal spray
OnStar donates $400K to first responders
ILOCR First Aid PICO questions open for public comment
10-year-old burn victim wakes up from coma
Switzerland to supply 143 ambulances to Jordan
Small plane hits utility pole, crashes; 1 dead, 1 hurt
Boy, 5, hailed as hero in rescue of drowning girl
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Stop waiting for an EMS invite to citywide policy discussions
By Michael Morse, EMS1 Columnist
City leaders attempt to address a worsening panhandling problem, but ignore EMS, the experts most likely to understand why people are on the streets.
Change perception 
How EMS providers can manage bias in routine care
By Art Hsieh, EMS1 Columnist
EMS providers can acknowledge their bias as they strive to deliver the best empathetic care to the patients they serve.
Manage bias 
Dynamic deployment: 5 persistent myths busted
By Dale Loberger, EMS1 Contributor
The definition of dynamic deployment and its implementation are explained in this mythbusting primer.
5 misconceptions 
Evidence-based hiring practices for EMS organizations
By Greg Friese, EMS1 Editor-in-Chief
A new approach to hiring EMTs, paramedics, firefighters and police officers was described at EMS World Expo.
Puzzle pieces 
Fire, EMS raising breast cancer awareness
With everything from T-shirts to trucks, there is no sign of support too large or small.
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Patient complications from high-dose and high-potency marijuana
How to make a differential diagnosis
24110 more habits paramedics can't shake
169Surfer bitten by shark swims ashore, instructs others how to tie tourniquet
149Mylan to pay $465M settlement over Medicaid rebates
94Remember 2 Things: Making the decision to wear body armor
77Utah firefighters, paramedics sniff out fire, save 5
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