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Friday, October 28, 2016

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TOP NEWS
Wis. ambulance collision injures 3
Milwaukee paramedic attacked by 5 teens outside home
Ore. nurse recovering after shark attack
Calif. county's EMS policy under fire by chiefs: The current policy limits fire departments from responding to medical calls
NY city sued over fatal EMS call: The lawsuit alleges had the ambulance not gotten lost on the way to the call, a cardiac arrest victim would still be alive
Idaho EMS agency launches ABC's of safe infant sleep campaign:Paramedics pooled funds from their own paychecks to equip three ambulances with the ABC of Safe Infant Sleep messaging
Lack of volunteers forces NY EMS agency to shut down
Wash. man arrested after internet hack floods dispatch center
Shooting victim dies on Tenn. fire station's lawn
Confiscated drug money used to purchase Narcan
Pulse victim's mom says 911 calls' release would be traumatizing
Bear mauls man walking his dogs at Alaska airport
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HEALTH & WELLNESS
EMS workplace stress and warning signs
By Patrick Lickiss, EMS1 Columnist
Your partner seems to be struggling both on and off duty; did you make the right call?
Managing stress 
BREAKING THE SILENCE
When EMS calls leave you with a feeling of emptiness
By Anonymous, EMS1 Contributor
This job does eat away at me every day; there have been days that the toll is taken in one fell swoop.
Learning to cope 
PRODUCT NEWS
Substance abuse programs: What EMTs and paramedics need to know
By Robert Avsec, EMS1 Columnist
Successful substance abuse treatment requires evidence-based practices, individualized care and program components tailored to unique needs of EMTs and paramedics.
Getting help 
UNIFORM STORIES
5 thoughts for the living, coping with death
By Michael Morse, EMS1 Columnist
Death reminds EMTs of important messages to send the living.
Moving forward 
INSIDE EMS PODCAST
How can we minimize back injuries in EMS?
Our co-hosts discuss EMS back injuries and the use of equipment.
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360Ramp-up tones cut firefighter, paramedic rapid-heart response to station alarms
248Prove It: Administering dextrose during cardiac arrest improves outcomes
115Milwaukee paramedic attacked by 5 teens outside home
90When EMS calls leave you with a feeling of emptiness
83Calif. EMT sued after posting picture of patient̢۪s injury
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