Otherwise known as the “Prime Directive of EMS“, those two things can often be overlooked by the most experienced providers in what some may consider the most mundane situation just as it is often overlooked by the public and the media during the not so mundane situation. There’s a reason for it, of this I assure you and a couple of bloggers have posts this week that go so far as assuring you the same…
- TOTWTYTR takes a deep look at the media dissection of the Tuscon Shooting Response and how really it wasn’t as bad as they seemed to make it out to be
- Not only did Greg Friese do a great interview with Michael Morse, the author and blogger behind Rescuing Providence, but he also took a look at the Tuscon Shooting Response and how it was portrayed in the media. He definitely offers some good advice for all agencies on how to handle such a situation
- Hybrid Medic points out that Detroit is at it again with their leadership playing shenanigans which is leaving it wide open for the private sector to come in and be heroes
- Medic Trommashere opened some eyes on forgiveness and intimidation and hopefully will open some more
- Rogue Medic takes on premature press release propaganda prior to knowing the actual outcomes of studies conducted
- Russ Reina asks you to be introspective and answer the question are you a healer or a flesh mechanic? Inquiring minds want to know…
- Continuing the introspective note, Transport Jockey asks the poignant question of Who Are We?
- Lizzie let’s us know what clinicals are like way up north for students and assures us that yes, she is in fact learning something
- Burned-Out Medic has a great account of someone afflicted with I’ve-fallen-and-can’t-get-up-because-I-slipped-on-your-wet-floor-even-though-there-was-a-sign-there-and-I’m-going-to-sue-you-itis which as we all know is a rare but upcoming disease
- The nominations are in for the Black Diamond Boot Blog Of The Year Contest and EMSBlogs.com is proud that we have 7 blogs that received nominations! Congrats to ALL the nominees!
Have a safe BSI filled weekend!