Join us for our two-day, multi-session, virtual symposium: Coronavirus: The Road to Recovery, May 20 and 21, from 11 am to 3 pm ET.
Stress can be intense during a pandemic. Fear about the safety and wellbeing for yourself, your coworkers, your family and friends, or those you serve can cause you to experience new or increased stress reactions.You can mitigate those reactions and increase your wellbeing and effectiveness on the job by picking a few of the following […]
Is Telemental Health Right for Me? If you are coping with behavioral health problems, finding a good mental health clinician is essential to getting help. Finding the right help at the right time can be the difference between prolonged suffering and having practical skills to manage symptoms.
As a result of a routine interaction with medically compromised adults in both community and healthcare settings, fire and EMS personnel are at increased risk for exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Chief Searles of Mentor Fire Department provided this video: It started as a local Mentor project to address changes in non-transport protocols and to take the burden off the Emergency Departments. As I thought more about it, I felt it should be sent to the State and pushed out. The department of public safety division […]
On Friday, March, 27, 2020 Governor DeWine signed Amended Substitute House Bill 197 (HB 197) which includes many provisions intended to respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This Bill includes relief to certificate holders whose certificates expire during the state of emergency declared by the Governor through Executive Order 2020-01D, issued March 9, 2020.
Crisis Standards of Care and COVID-19: What EMS Needs to Know – March 26, 2020 from the federal office of EMS at NHTSA
COVID-19: An Interview with Region 3 RPAB Chair Randy Marriott, MD