Added by Barbara Law on March 30, 2011 at 6:38pm — No Comments
One of the sessions I enjoyed most at EMS Today this year was "The Facebook" session. In "Fired for Facebook?: 15 Common Sense Principles to Help Keep Your Face on Your EMS Agency's Profile," JEMS Editorial Board members Steve Wirth, Esq. and Douglas Wolfberg, Esq., offered the room full of attendees tips of things EMS providers should NOT do on Facebook.
1. Don’t Post Inappropriate Pictures of Yourself or Others;
2. Don't Post Pictures or Make Comments About…Continue
The votes are in for the 2011 JEMSY Award Winners, which were announced at EMS Today!
The Judges Award for Best New Product went to Hurl-e "pocket-size" Emesis Container by Ramedic, while Judges Choice was awarded to FASTPLINT Vacuum Mattress by Hartwell Medical and the Popular Choice Award went to I.T.D. "Improved Traction Devise" by Emergency Products +.
The awards were presented in the exhibit hall at noon on Saturday, March 4.
Added by Jennifer Berry on March 4, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Yesterday, I learned that becoming a clinical “master” of EMS is a lot like making a batch of brownies: You can’t just throw in random ingredients and expect a tasty outcome. Instead, you have to pay careful attention to all the ingredients you add into the mix. Yesterday, David Page, MS, NREMT-P, shared some tips on what he’s learned are the important elements to becoming one at his packed afternoon session.
What do you think are the key elements to being an EMS master…Continue
Wednesday’s pre-conference session at EMS Today, “Ultrasound in the Field,” offered a hands-on approach to teach providers the ins and outs of ultrasound. Presented by SonoSite, the session, taught by William Heegaard, MD, MPH, and a clinical team, emphasized the importance of how "little movements have big effects" when it comes to ultrasound.
With the help of four male models, participants received training on how to properly hold and move the probe for an effective reading while…Continue
Added by Allison Moen on March 3, 2011 at 10:50am — No Comments