While politicians assert that many issues of concern should not be hamstrung by politics, EDM deserves a safe space from acrimonious public policy issues.
The 2011 hospital fire in Kolkata, India, serves as a lesson in understanding how policy and administration are directly tied to emergencies.
President Trump’s executive order will promote accountability and transparency in medical care – a step in the right direction for healthcare policy.
The Dead Baby Hoax in New York alarmed those in leadership positions because it appeared that administrative protocols might not have been handled properly.
Connecticut's Department of Transportation is currently working to cut down approximately 60,000 trees that are in danger of falling on highways.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has been at the forefront of public policy discussions for the past number of years.
Papua New Guinea has an intriguing emergency management program that has similarities to the overall structure of emergency management in the United States.
Serious disasters in recent years have shown that emergency managers are often learning from their mistakes and learning from the mistakes of others.
National EMS Week starts on Sunday, May 19. The week was initiated by President Gerald R. Ford as a way of recognizing first responders.
Sadly, school shootings are a major factor in the growing prevalence of distance learning and homeschooling education in the United States.