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Michael Lee Reisman Maj-Ret RNNP left a comment for Jamie Davis, the Podmedic
"To my sister and brother medics, this is my misadventure and what happens when you speak out for what is right. My you tube video, please feedback too, good or bad, because I  have been trashed by the big companies out…"
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"Why should cops be treated with more respect than Paramedics?? From the San Francisco Examiner: http://bit.ly/8aYVk"
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"I'd like you to consider this: This OHP v. EMT incident has received national attention. YouTube has the incident footage rated as the #2 all-time viewed on the site. Fox News today (Sat. June 13th, 2009) has expressed outrage at the…"
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Employer/Affiliation
Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D, Nurse, Instructor/Educator
Primary Agency/Department Type
Educational
Primary Department/Agency Name
MedicCast Productions, LLC
Department/Agency Web Site
http://mediccast.com/
Years in EMS/Public Safety
11
Other Past or Current Departments
Community Fire Department of Rising Sun, Inc.
My Training:
Paramedic, RN, B.A., Poison Prevention Instructor, Training Officer
About Me
I am a husband, father, paramedic, RN, online educator, radio host, award winning podcaster, nationally recognized education advocate and speaker, company training officer, former chief officer, and musician who enjoy combining all of my interests into the unique opportunities offered by EMS and online radio and education.
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Host of online radio programming for medical professionals
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http://mediccast.com
I Love Being in EMS Because
I get to do the things I like best, meet and help people!
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At 5:23pm on July 30, 2011, Michael Lee Reisman Maj-Ret RNNP said…

To my sister and brother medics, this is my misadventure and what happens when you speak out for what is right. My you tube video, please feedback too, good or bad, because I  have been trashed by the big companies out there

http://youtu.be/jj1H1Q31NaA

Major Mike Reisman Maj-Ret RN CS FNP

At 2:38pm on June 15, 2009, Thomas Durkee said…
Why should cops be treated with more respect than Paramedics??

From the San Francisco Examiner:
http://bit.ly/8aYVk
At 2:14pm on June 15, 2009, Thomas Durkee said…
I'd like you to consider this:

This OHP v. EMT incident has received national attention. YouTube has the incident footage rated as the #2 all-time viewed on the site. Fox News today (Sat. June 13th, 2009) has expressed outrage at the officer's actions. As more Americans learn of the incident, more outrage and attention is being displayed. *** My point is this:

A window of opportunity has emerged for the EMS field.

If we can all take a moment to rise above the emotion of this incident, we can educate and sway the hearts and minds of Americans to the following points:


1. The patient's safety and well-being was put at risk by the officer's actions. As a medical professional, it was Medic White's DUTY to ensure the patient's care. When doctors or EMTs are restricted from this duty, we all are at risk.

2. Medic White's words/actions/demeanor was and is absolutely flawless. It's the officer who appears as the crazed maniac. By keeping a professional face, Medic White was able to show the world that EMS is a profession with the highest standards. This will most certainly affect the outcome of his case.

3. An EMT is an agent of the public's safety. As with medical doctors, all citizens should be aware and support the duty of such EMS professionals when a medical incident arises. The image and reputation of the medical doctor continues to be regarded in a high manner, and we now have an opportunity to elevate EMS closer to that position.


Of course all of us have read incidents where an EMS professional failed to rise to the standards of the profession. Here we have a case where EMS has exceeded those standards. We need to announce this incident to the world. I hope Medic White is rewarded for his professionalism, but I further hope that EMS is rewarded for the high standards that most of us adhere to every day.


Please make sure you tell your friends and family about this incident. It can only help our profession.


http://www.wusa9.com/news/columnist/blogs/2009/06/fox-news-interviews-paramedic-and.html
 
 
 
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