Month: April 2019
After a friend of the show checked in to report on some personal cumulative stress issues as a paramedic, we decided to tackle this issue head on with the expert himself. We brought back Dan McGuire from CISM Perspectives to talk about updates to the ways work-related stress for first responders is handled. The biggest change Dan noted was a focus on building resiliency into initial first responder education and ongoing training before the critical incident occurs.
Teaching about CPR and ventilation effectiveness in resuscitation with Paragon Medical Education Group. Dr. Joe Holley and paramedic Jim Logan traveled to Bangkok, Thailand recently to teach medical professionals from all over southeastern Asia and the Pacific Rim about the latest research they've been conducting on ventilation and CPR. Their educational sessions were well-received by the attendees at the conference and many expect to return and make changes to resuscitation practices in their systems.
http://media.blubrry.com/disaster/p/podcast-archives.s3.amazonaws.com/disaster/DisasterPodcast_20190404_Bomb_Cyclone.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreA few weeks ago a weather event called a Bomb-Cyclone struck the US midwest from […]