JEMS Special Issues, Topics & Supplements

 

When Time Matters Most

High-profile and high-fatality active shooter events have put substantial pressure on EMS and other public safety agencies to respond and mitigate threats rapidly, quickly treating injured responders and victims as close to their point of injury as possible. This special editorial supplement presents not just the results and recommendations of the Hartford Consensus, but also the latest data and techniques on how to care for yourself, your co-workers and victimes of violent and fast moving incidents.

 

Simulation Integration

Long used in the medical and aircraft industries with great sucess, more and more EMS agencies are realizing the benefits afforded to their systems through the integration of simulation into their education and evaluation systems. This special supplement, sponsored by Laerdal Medical, is designed to give you a historical and current review of the development, use and benefits of simulation training and evaluation in EMS.

 

EMS 10: Innovators of EMS 2013

This supplement profiles the top 10 innovators in EMS who drove the profession forward in 2013. These individuals were nominated by their peers in recognition of their hard work, dedication and selfless efforts to make a difference in the delivery of EMS or in the lives of patients and providers.

 

Data Drives Care

The collection and transmission of data in EMS is transforming patient assessment and treatment throughout the continuum of care, and its effects extend all the way to pre-event planning and EMS business operations. This special supplement to JEMS provides an overview of how technology and data touch each of the components of an EMS system of care. Learn why and how the incorporation of data and technology, as a member of your healthcare team, is critical to success as we move toward EMS 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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