Bad medicine, on scene attitudes, and system differences are all topics of discussion that once again found their way into the EMS Blogosphere this past week. Check those topics out along with a few others you may find interesting:
- Hybrid Medic gives us a great example as to why you need to be nice on scene
- The EMS Outside Agitator takes a different look at a highly acclaimed situation that received national attention
- Rogue Medic gives an illustrated example on how bad medicine gets practiced by good providers
- This week Jim Hoffman tackles the lack of sleep issues most EMS providers experience working long and odd hours shifts
- Captain’s Chair Confessions gives a great example of how lights and sirens does not mean faster delivery of service
- Too Old To Work, Too Young To Retire questions the claims behind reportedly 21st Century Ambulance design in the UK
- The Happy Medic has his own take on ambulance design that pretty much beats all the current research out there
- Greg Friese highlighted a great EMS Week video that provides both a reminder that planning should begin now
- Steve Whitehead has a must read guest post on Objecivity and Patient Care
- 510 Medic takes a moment to reflect on the new system he is working in and the differences between old and new
- Unwired Medic shares the great news that the Tricorder is back in the Android Marketplace! Now you can treat humans and Klingons alike!
Have a safe week and blog hard!