If community paramedicine is used in more poor and homeless communities, a new avenue will be created to prevent infectious diseases from spreading.
Issuing an evacuation notice requires an infrastructure that can effectively manage warning the general public of a dangerous situation.
Hopefully, Idaho’s new first responder PTSD law will have a ripple effect on legislation throughout the country and create improved support.
The more we learn about what went wrong during disasters, the better we manage future emergencies. That includes the creation of a proper infrastructure.
Nonprofits are an important source of assistance to emergency management. But nonprofits can only help as far as their resources permit.
EMS Agenda 2050, designed around six guiding principles, will act as a mission statement and help bring EMS agencies into the future.
Home invasions are all-too-common occurrences and require citizens to have real conversations about personal preparedness and safety.
A new EMS model developed in Washington, D.C., will debut soon. It is expected to change the situation for how ambulance agencies handle 911 emergencies.
Immediately after the Alabama tornadoes, search and rescue teams started to look for victims. However, they had to suspend operations because of the dangers they faced.
The opioid crisis has created serious issues for emergency medical services, law enforcement and fire departments.