Month: January 2019
Airway Management Research For Cardiac Arrest Management
Updates in high-quality CPR research is our topic today as we take a moment to chat with Dr. Joe Holley about the groundbreaking research he's been involved with around airway management during cardiac arrest. Joe discusses his recent trip to London to talk to a group of cardiac arrest experts from a variety of healthcare fields. On the show this week are co-hosts Sam Bradley and Jamie Davis and our disaster weather expert, Kyle Nelson.
Texas Paramedic Attorney Wes Ogilvie on Dual Careers and EMS
This week we feature an interview with Texas paramedic/attorney Wes Ogilvie talking about his dual career as both an attorney for an agency of the State of Texas and a paramedic for a local EMS service in the Austin, Texas area. Wes talks about the professionalism required of volunteer EMS providers and the common misconceptions that holds for some paid EMS providers and services. He also shares some of his experiences caring for displaced people relocated to shelters in Austin following Hurricane Katrina and lessons learned about disaster triage there
California Wildfire Ambulance Strike Team Response
http://media.blubrry.com/disaster/podcast-archives.s3.amazonaws.com/disaster/DisasterPodcast_20190117_Paramedics-Plus.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreIn 2018, Paramedics Plus, the 911 ambulance provider for Alameda County, sent resources to Paradise […]
Sunstar EMS Special Operations Hurricane Response
When Hurricane Michael struck the Florida panhandle, the state activated several contingency plans to provide supplemental support services for local responders from other parts of the state. That included an ambulance task force from Sunstar Paramedics in Pinnelas County.
New Zealand Climate and Weather Disaster Preparedness
New Zealand's NIWA, the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, is a Crown Research Institute. Its mission is to conduct leading environmental science to enable the sustainable management of natural resources for New Zealand and the planet. On the show with co-hosts Sam Bradley and Jamie Davis are Climate Scientist Nava Fedaeff and meteorologist Ben Noll. We also have our disaster weather and emergency management expert, Becky DePodwin.