Like many in EMS, we were surprised by JEM’s decision to stop publishing the print version of the journal. What does this mean for EMS and how do we in EMS best respond to the online version? Our Chief Pass-ologist posted his views on Facebook.
We have rolled out new versions of all our iTunes and Google Play apps that will bring you 2 exciting new changes. Be sure to update your apps to get this new functionality and content! Read more…
A fun find in the first edition of Grant’s and Murray’s Emergency Care – instructions on how to baptize a still born baby.
Join The EMS Siren, Amy Eisenhauer, for a 1 hour webinar on navigating your first job in EMS. From figuring out the chain of command, communicating with patients and their families, career planning and of course how to keep yourself both mentally and physically healthy. She will share tips on ways to cruise through your first job and avoiding some of the most common mistakes!
By Dan Limmer My association with the Emergency Care EMT textbook is long and passionate. When I was too young to take an EMT class, I was in a Red Cross Advanced First Aid class next door to an EMT class at the University at Albany. I met the EMT instructor and asked if he […]
You can’t turn on the news without seeing a report of violence against innocent civilians. It may be at a mall, a workplace, public transport facility or on the street. It isn’t unreasonable to wonder if it will happen to you—and what you can do to prevent it. Having experience in EMS, your outlook and […]
It is #EMSWeek2017. It is destined to be a hashtag-a-palooza by everyone on social media. Limmer Creative will join in the social media frenzy using the specific themed days from EMSstrong.org. It is our mission to help students prepare for their NREMT exams as well as give back to EMS. We celebrate EMS as a profession […]
By Dan Limmer Many years ago when I was a young police officer in Upstate New York, I was dispatched to a domestic call. A young woman and her boyfriend had a violent dispute. He fled the scene before I got there. It concerned me because he had exhibited some classic power and control actions […]
Cupping is a traditional Chinese medicine modality. Practiced for centuries, it has again come into the forefront in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio where millions of people saw the dark circular marks on the back and torso of swimmer Michael Phelps as well as other athletes. In cupping, suction is created over the skin […]
Differential diagnosis is a hallmark skill for EMTs, AEMTs and paramedics. EMS has progressed beyond the “EMS doesn’t diagnose” days to become a critical thinking-oriented practice in which differential diagnosis is necessary. There’s a tenet stating that 90% of emergency medicine happens in the cognitive domain—the realm of thought. Although EMS providers’ practice is guided […]