COVID-19 caused a cascade of illness, fear and stress among first responders. Learn how they continue to train and manage risk while working with and protecting the public.
By Allison G. S. KnoxContributor, AMUEdge Emergency management literature is rich with examples of community resilience and how to…
Many tornadoes and floods occur in the spring. Some of them are even bad enough to rise to a level of a disaster for a community.
The February weather events in Texas showed us that nearly the impossible can occur if you wait long enough. Most people would not have predicted a snowstorm in southern Texas, but it did happen.
Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in public facilities and training the public on CPR is part of a bill to prevent sudden death.
Recovering from addiction is a process that can make people feel uncomfortable emotionally and physically. It can become a challenge for
Biden’s choices for key posts have raised hopes for advances in numerous policy issues. We may see some positive changes for rural EMS facilities.
This is an important time for EMS professionals to raise issues of concern, because legislators often do not understand myriad issues.