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Wednesday, October 26, 2016


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Off-duty paramedic, trooper save crash victims
Pediatricians update SIDS prevention guidelines
4 killed on Australian theme park ride
Calif. EMT sued after posting picture of patient's injury: The photo was captioned, "This is what happens when you're careless in the rain on a motorcycle"
Tenn. county recommends split of fire chief, EMS director position:Officials said the county is growing and having one person supervise both depts. is going to be a bigger challenge
Pa. EMS agency accidentally collects funds from other towns: The nonprofit agency sent out subscription payments to the town they serve, unaware several other towns share the same ZIP code
NJ EMTs, ER staff raise funds for sick colleague
Ill. paramedic attacked by stabbing victim
NC EMS agency corrects security glitch
Woman learns CPR day before saving colleague's life
Idaho family sues paramedic, city for burning baby
Responders rescue hiker after possible drug overdose
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Why a living wage comes before EMS advocacy
By Kelly Grayson, EMS1 Columnist
Advocate for EMS improvement starting with your agency because a rising tide lifts all boats.
Focus on the present 
How EMS can train parents to understand, prevent SIDS
By Arthur Hsieh, EMS1 Columnist
EMS providers need to know and share the updated American Academy of Pediatrics safe sleep recommendations with parents and caregivers of infants.
What to know 
How to protect sleep-deprived EMS personnel
By Ginger Locke, EMS1 Contributor
The effects of sleep deprivation are akin to alcohol intoxication; build a safe sleep room and a culture of watching over tired medics.
Take care of your team 
How many hours make a paramedic or EMT shift?
By Dave Konig, EMS1 Columnist
Paramedic chiefs and EMS leaders need to set shift length based on call demand, available personnel, equipment supply and time on task.
Not all shifts are equal 
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What to look for during a weapon search
Powerful tips for moving EMS patients
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1344 EMT tips to first do the right things, then do things right
115How to use the RACE scale for stroke severity
80EMS workplace stress and warning signs
70Tenn. county recommends split of fire chief, EMS director position
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