The Forgotten War Starts

On Sunday, June 20, 1950 soldiers of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) supported by heavy artillery fire crossed the 38th Parallel and attacked the Republic of Korea (ROK). The DPRK troops were battle...

JEMS Ceasing Print Publication Mirrors The Industry It Covers

Final Print Issue of JEMS, June 2018After a years of rumors regarding it’s demise, last week it was made official that JEMS will cease printing magazines but will continue offering online and electronic media....

Respiratory Pathophysiology and Assessment | EMS Quick Study Help Tips

In part two of the respiratory emergencies segment I focus on key pathophysiology and assessment findings for respiratory patients. These are elements you will see on your exams and knowing them will do more...

Is Any Day Your EMS Everyday?

What perception do people have of you? Have you built negative cache by letting things go and become your everyday? Not sure what I mean? Take a listen to this weeks podcast to see what...

Day of Days

Unlike Google or almost all of the Fake Stream Media, I can’t let this day go by without comment. Operation Overlord was the second largest amphibious landing in history. More troops landed at Okinawa, but...

For You EMS Types…

… there’s a new episode of the Inside EMS podcast on EMS1. How old is too old to start a career in EMS? Listen and share, and give us your thoughts.

4 June, 1940, 1942, 1944

Three different events on 4 June during World War II mark the progress of the Allies in defeating Germany, Italy, and Japan. First, on 4 June, 1940 the British Army evacuation of Durnkirk France was...

Respiratory Emergencies Part 1 | EMS Quick Study Help Tips

This episode of Monday Minutes begins respiratory emergencies. Basic key points on respiratory emergencies to get you started and help with paramedic EMT exams, patient care and EMS knowledge.     Get your EMS PHD. Seven powerful...

EMS Training, Response & Patient Outcomes

We focus a lot on response in EMS. Your response coupled with your paramedic or EMT training can effect patient outcomes.  Sometimes response is the focus without equal attention to training. Getting there is only...

Failure Is An Option

After the 1999 Columbine school attack, standard operating procedures (SOP) changed for police. Or were supposed to. The days of setting up a perimeter and waiting the the cavalry in the form of the...