Across the country, EMS agencies have reported problems with recruitment and retention of volunteers. Montana has a plan to help with the issue.
The term “active shooter” is changing in homeland security and emergency management organizations because mass casualty situations are changing.
Scene safety is a major policy concern for emergency medical services and other public safety professionals across the country.
Changing people in leadership positions is the usual answer to fix a public relations problem. But does it really help the situation?
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.