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Inside EMS, a podcast series that features hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson, brings expert perspective to hot topics, clinical issues, operational and leadership lessons to EMS personnel and leaders to be safe and successful.

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Host Kelly Grayson details upcoming surgery, EMS disability process
29:55

This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Eko. Learn how CORE stethoscope technology helps EMS providers make confident split-second decisions by clicking here.

In this episode of Inside EMS, co-host Kelly Grayson shares a personal story after getting hurt and preparing for an upcoming surgery. He shares his experience working through the disability process, and what others should know about its complexities. The conversation touches on his mental health status, his concern over taking pain medications and the importance of EMS providers in similar situations talking through these emotions. 

Oct 15, 2021
Vaccination: The rights of employers and providers
33:02

In this edition of EMS One-Stop, Rob Lawrence sits down with EMS attorneys Steve Wirth, of  Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, and Scott Moore. With vaccination mandate deadlines looming, the discussion focuses on current vaccination requirements, accommodations – including the increase in numbers of those with deeply held religious beliefs.

They also examine the right of the employer to require vaccination in return for employment and pay, as well as the free choice of the employee to celebrate their liberty and freedom and move on elsewhere if they feel they can’t comply.

Oct 13, 2021
Point, counterpoint: The great vaccine debate
31:36

This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Eko. Learn how CORE stethoscope technology helps EMS providers make confident split-second decisions by clicking here.

Should healthcare professionals lose their jobs if they refuse a COVID-19 vaccine?

In this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson enter into a lively discussion on the topic of nurses being relieved of duty secondary to refusing a COVID-19 vaccine.

Oct 08, 2021
Dangerous assumptions
25:04

This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Eko. Learn how CORE stethoscope technology helps EMS providers make confident split-second decisions by clicking here.

In this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the death of firefighter trainee Peyton Morse, and Greg Fries’s recent analysis, “Respond to ‘I can’t breathe’ like it’s a mayday – because it is.”

Oct 01, 2021
5 Tips for developing a healthier you
28:11

This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here.

This is a special edition of the Inside EMS Podcast – enjoy a crossover post from Chris Cebollero's Ultimate Leadership Podcast.

In this episode of the Ultimate Leadership Podcast, we flip the script a bit, we are not talking about professional development, but instead the 5 tips you need to know about keeping yourself as healthy as possible. Host Chris Cebollero is joined by Dr. Nick Barnes. In this crazy time of the pandemic, what is the best way to keep ourselves healthier? Dr. Barnes shares his expertise on developing a nighttime routine, clean eating, the power of movement and how hydration aids the body in cell nutrition. Get insight into how to become the best version of yourself. Come and join the discussion.

 
Sep 24, 2021
The future of EMS with Pulsara‘s Corey Ricketson
30:43

This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here.

In this episode of Inside EMS, cohost Chris Cebollero is joined by guest co-host Corey Ricketson, vice president of national accounts for Pulsara, who shares his experiences visiting multiple EMS agencies throughout the country. The discussion focuses on the role of EMS during the pandemic and how EMS needs to adapt for the future, as well as how interoperability, connection and communication should be part of the main focus for EMS agencies.

Sep 24, 2021
‘Politics won out over EMS being able to do their job’
25:04

This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here.

In this episode of Inside EMS, cohost Chris Cebollero is joined by NAEMT President, Chief Bruce Evans, MPA, CFO, SEMSO, NRP. Evans is the fire chief for the Upper Pine River Fire Protection District, located in Bayfield, Colorado.

The duo discuss the recent indictment of paramedics Jeremy Cooper and Peter Cichuniec, and what the charges mean for EMS.

Sep 17, 2021
Public safety leaders reflect on the 20th anniversary of 9/11
44:41
In this special episode of the Inside EMS podcast, fire, EMS and law enforcement leaders from across the Lexipol media sites come together to reflect on the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks. Inside EMS host Chris Cebollero looks back on the industry-altering event with Side Alpha Podcast host Fire Chief Marc Bashoor, EMS One-Stop host Rob Lawrence, and Policing Matters podcast host Jim Dudley. This special episode of the Inside EMS podcast is sponsored by Verizon.
Sep 08, 2021
Legal matters: Chemical restraint
29:10
In today’s episode of EMS One-Stop, host Rob Lawrence sits down with EMS attorneys Stephen R. Wirth, Esq., EMT-P; and Douglas M. Wolfberg, Esq., EMT-B; of Page, Wolfberg and Wirth, to discuss the legal analysis of the charges brought against Colorado firefighter-medics in the Elijah McClain case. Wolfberg and Wirth discuss their analysis articles as well as wider issues arising from the recent ketamine bill, signed into law governing the appropriate use of chemical restraints on a person (HB21-1251).
Sep 08, 2021
Robbie MacCue and Lisa Giruzzi on the EMS Leadership Academy
33:47
In this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson are joined by Robbie MacCue and Lisa Giruzzi of the EMS Leadership Academy. Robbie and Lisa share an overview of the EMS Leadership Academy, how it got started and the resources associated with the organization. The conversation then transitions to the upcoming EMS Leadership Summit scheduled for next week. This is a free, four-day event that will have over 30 speakers from all over the world sharing their leadership expertise.
Sep 03, 2021
Caller‘s questions answered: Leadership, EMS instructor advice
28:12
In this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson are joined by loyal listener Ronnie Hill, who flips the script on the traditional guest dynamic and asks his own questions of the Inside EMS hosts. Hill questions Cebollero about the leadership path, asking for advice when it comes to a lack of support from upper management, as well as how to be successful and how to grow in their role. Turning to Grayson, Hill asks questions about EMS classroom management, how an instructor maintains inspiration and how to teach to the best of their abilities.  Have a question for the Inside EMS hosts? Send us your thoughts to theshow@ems1.com.
Aug 27, 2021
Pinnacle 2021 talk: Which areas of EMS need an update?
26:13
In this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss EMS1 columnist Rob Lawrence's article covering Dr. Bryan Bledsole's presentation at Pinnacle 2021 on the areas of EMS that need to be changed. Chris and Kelly share their thoughts on the topics Lawrence touched on his article: the use of lights and sirens in EMS response and transport; the need for ALS response and air ambulance utilization; and, finally, using more BLS responders for care than paramedics.
Aug 20, 2021
Fitch, Friese and Lawrence: Pinnacle 2021 highlights
24:50
At the recent Pinnacle EMS Leadership Forum, Rob Lawrence sat down with Jay Fitch, PhD, founding partner of Fitch and Associates; and Greg Friese, MS, NRP, Lexipol editorial director. The trio discussed the Pinnacle gathering, its value to EMS leaders, and the key takeaways and memorable moments. Greg also highlights the Pinnacle Quick take articles he has produced and published during the conference, and Jay identifies his favorite and most memorable sessions.
Aug 20, 2021
Kelly Grayson explains: Advanced airway management via the SALAD method
30:46
In this episode, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss advanced airway management, specifically the SALAD methodology. Grayson breaks down what exactly the SALAD methodology is, how to perform it, and the importance of practicing this skill when dealing with secretions and vomitis in the airway. To end the episode, the duo share their top tips on developing great skills when it comes to airway management.
Aug 13, 2021
Pediatric cardiac arrest: It‘s on providers to strengthen skills
33:22
This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here. In this episode, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the topic of pediatric cardiac arrest following two recent articles on EMS1 that tackle the topic from different angles. Is it time to change the practice of how we handle out-of-hospital pediatric cardiac arrest? According to our hosts, the days of scooping and running are over, and EMS providers need to become more comfortable in staying on scene and delivering care before transport. During the discussion, Cebollero asks listeners, if providers know that pediatric calls are a personal weakness, "What are you doing to turn that into a strength?" He adds that "leaders are cupable if calls go bad" if they are not encouraging and working with providers to strengthen those skills.
Aug 06, 2021
Heart matters: What providers need to know about congestive heart failure
38:06
This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here. In this episode of the Inside EMS Podcast, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss how best to treat patients with congestive heart failure (CHF). Our hosts give an overview of the pathophysiology of CHF, and outline some of the causes. The discussion also touches on the medications that CHF patients may be taking, and the standard of care treatment for CHF.
Jul 30, 2021
The cost of recruitment vs. the budget for retention
27:58
In this episode of EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence, Rob welcomes guest Scott Moore of Moore EMS Consulting and HR consultant to the American Ambulance Association. Rob and Scott discuss the results of the third annual American Ambulance Association (AAA)/Newton 360 Ambulance Industry Employee Turnover Study. The Turnover Study findings reveal the cost of replacing EMS providers and that a third of recruited EMS workers move on in the first year. Rob and Scott discuss: •How to retain staff throughout the first year •The cost of recruitment versus the budget for retention •The value of an exit interview, versus a retention interview for those who are not leaving
Jul 28, 2021
Real talk about the Delta, Lambda variants and body-worn cameras in EMS
30:36
This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here. In this episode of the Inside EMS Podcast, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss how the COVID-19 virus is making a resurgence in the form of the Delta variant. In addition, the Lamda variant was discovered at a hospital in Texas. The duo then switch to discussing a story out of North Carolina, where one county has instituted the use of body-worn cameras for EMS providers. Cebollero and Grayson take a pro/con approach to the conversation in terms of institution, the effect on training, and how they could be abused by EMS leaders.
Jul 22, 2021
EMS Chief Mark Logemann on creating an internal paramedic academy
26:48
This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here. In this episode of the Inside EMS Podcast, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson are joined by New Castle County EMS Division Chief Mark Logemann, who discusses his agency's internal Paramedic Academy, which is currently accepting applications for its new cohort. Chief Logemann discusses the culture of the academy, how it got started, and the application process. According to the chief, one of the great benefits of having your own paramedic program is the ability to set the culture, and not only train the next generation of paramedic, but also grow the type of employee you want to see in the future.
Jul 16, 2021
News of the week: Ketamine, bullying and harassment
27:05
In this episode of the Inside EMS Podcast, our co-hosts, Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson, discuss the news of the week as requested by listener emails. The first topic of discussion is the new Colorado law that has gone into effect that will restrict ketamine use by paramedics on agitated people outside a hospital setting. Signed by Gov. Jared Polis this week, the law on the appropriate use of chemical restraints on a person dictates when and how the drug should be used. The discussion then shifts to sexual harassment and workplace bullying. In a settlement with the city of Chicago, five female paramedics will receive $1.825 million. The five women, whose names have not been revealed publicly, filed a 2018 suit alleging the fire department "ignored sexual harassment complaints and failed to conduct meaningful investigations of alleged sex discrimination." Our hosts discuss an article written by Linda Willing that outlines how EMS chiefs have to be the catalyst for stopping harassing behavior in the workplace.
Jul 09, 2021
Tips to stop bullying at work
22:45
This is a special edition of the Inside EMS Podcast - enjoy a crossover post from Chris Cebollero's Ultimate Leadership Podcast with guest Coach, Speaker and Author, Jeanie Cisco-Meth. When Jeanie was young, everyone knew she was different. When she got into school, the labeling began. She had so many learning disabilities and physical differences, she stood out. She had dyslexia, she couldn’t talk very well, she was legally blind, she was six feet tall by the eighth grade, she was a cancer survivor, and the list goes on. Jeanie has made it her crusade to stop bullying, not only working in the corporate world, but taking her message right into the schools. In this episode of The Ultimate Leadership Podcast, Jeanie discusses why people bully, how to confront bullies, and she shares some insight from her two books. Subscribe to the Ultimate Leadership Podcast at ultimateleadership.blubrry.com for more.
Jul 08, 2021
An international effort to assist, counsel Fla. Collapse responders
20:51
Dov Maisel advises on 5 elements of disaster response as United Hatzalah’s Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit team responds to Florida A month ago, they responded to domestic and terror-related mass casualty incidents in their own country. Now, they’ve deployed overseas to provide their expertise to the tragic building collapse in Surfside, Florida. Members of the Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit (PCRU) from United Hatzalah of Israel flew into Miami to provide psychological support and stability to the families and neighbors of those injured, killed or affected by the tragedy.
Jul 07, 2021
Chief Gary Ludwig on managing a massive incident
26:23
In this episode of the Inside EMS Podcast, our co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the Surfside, Florida condo collapse near Miami with Chief Gary Ludwig. The group discusses how many people are working the scene, developing logistics and how to manage a scene this big. Ludwig is fire chief of the ISO Class 1 Champaign (Illinois) Fire Department and past president of the International Association of Fire Chiefs.
Jul 02, 2021
Dr. Peter Antevy talks head-up CPR, whole blood use by EMS
25:27
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson welcome back returning guest Dr. Peter Antevy, who serves as the EMS medical director for Coral Springs-Parkland (Fla.) Fire Department, Davie Fire Rescue and Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. Dr. Antevy is also the founder and chief medical officer of Handtevy – Pediatric Emergency Standards, Inc.  Dr. Antevy recounts the recent Gathering of the Eagles conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the safety procedures put in place for the event. During the five-day conference, attendees discussed a variety of topics, from head-up CPR to the use of whole blood in the field. Dr. Antevy also delves into EMS' role in combatting human trafficking, and what the next two years look like for the EMS industry.
Jun 25, 2021
A legal view of the medical marijuana debate in EMS
34:18
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson tackle a hot button issue: medical marijuana and its use by public safety members. Our hosts discuss a firefighter from Buffalo, New York, who was discharged from his position for using marijuana, despite being having a prescription, and are joined by attorney David C. Holland to discuss the event from a legal angle.  The conversation delves into the responsibility of leadership, how the Collective Bargaining Agreement factors into the debate and how EMS should address the issue in the future.
Jun 18, 2021
Scott Moore, Esq., on what the law says about mandatory vaccinations
27:35
As we head out of the depths of the pandemic and adjust to the “new normal,” the vaccination status of the workforce – in order to protect both coworkers and patients alike – is a major consideration. This week, a judge rejected a lawsuit from Houston hospital workers who had been suspended for not being vaccinated. This issue is an emotive one, and to unpick these issues, our host, Rob Lawrence, speaks to employment and HR Lawyer, Scott Moore. Scott helps us understand the issues of mandatory vaccinations, declaration of vaccination status and more.
Jun 14, 2021
School‘s open: Getting back in the EMS classroom
18:57
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss getting back into the classroom and training students again. Grayson is working with a group of high schoolers to become EMRs, and plans to conduct a PLUCK lab and use pig organs to teach the anatomy of the body. Students will have the chance to dissect the different organs and see them up close.
Jun 11, 2021
The rise in EMS assaults and how the industry should handle it
20:36
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss a recent pattern of reported assaults on EMS providers, and what leadership can do to ensure the safety of their members. The duo also revived a long-standing debate on the idea of armed providers.  "My job is to deliver the highest quality of patient care, but if you make me defend myself, it is a different story," Cebollero said.
Jun 03, 2021
Building an EMS system from the ground up
37:03
In this edition of EMS One-Stop podcast, our host, Rob Lawrence, interviews Doug Hooten, CEO of the brand-new Harris County Texas, ESD 11 EMS Agency, who was presented with the challenge of creating an ambulance service and building it from the bottom up – to be up, running, staffed and equipped within 365 days.
Jun 03, 2021
Welcome to Louisiana: NAEMT President-elect Susan Bailey on rural EMS, pandemic challenges
30:25
With Chris Cebollero still out on vacation, co-host Kelly Grayson takes guest host Rob Lawrence and listeners home to Louisiana to meet and chat with state EMS director and president-elect of NAEMT, Susan Bailey. They discuss Bailey's current position, how Louisiana is credentialed, and the perseverance of state providers who have risen to both the challenges of the pandemic and a number of natural, weather-related events.  The group also discusses the current challenges to delivering EMS in a rural setting and the issues that are making industry news in terms of rural, finance, staffing and viability.
May 28, 2021
NHTSA OEMS Director Dr. Jon Krohmer joins the podcast for an EMS Week chat
32:59
With Chris Cebollero away, stand-in host Rob Lawrence and regular presenter Kelly Grayson welcome Dr. Jon Krohmer, director of the NHTSA Office of EMS, for an EMS Week chat. Dr. Krohmer explains the role and tasks of the Office of EMS, as well as its interaction with the Federal Interagency Committee on Emergency Medical Services (FICEMS) and National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC). Rob also raises the issue of data and the team discusses the NEMSIS weekly "by the numbers" product.
May 21, 2021
Dov Maisel on Israel’s MCIs, emergency response
27:29
United Hatzalah volunteer emergency response Director of Operations Dov Maisel speaks to EMS1 from Jerusalem about resiliency in the face of recent mass casualty responses and the ongoing response to rocket attacks
May 18, 2021
The realities, challenges and funding of rural EMS with Justin Grohs
24:47
In this episode of EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence, Rob is joined by Justin Grohs, manager at Great Falls Emergency Services, Montana. Grohs also serves the American Ambulance Association as chair of the Rural Task Force. Together, they discuss the realities, challenges and funding of rural EMS, where staffing and financial stressors have been further exacerbated by the pandemic.
May 18, 2021
Fla. Medical Director Dr. Antevy anticipates the return of the EMS conference
29:22
With Inside EMS co-host Chris Cebollero away on vacation, Kelly Grayson is joined by guest host Rob Lawrence. They welcome Dr. Peter Antevy, MD, who serves as the EMS medical director for Coral Springs-Parkland (Fla.) Fire Department, Davie Fire Rescue and Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. Dr. Antevy is also the founder and chief medical officer of Handtevy – Pediatric Emergency Standards, Inc.  The show begins with a reflection on the life and achievements of Paramedic Ted Setla, a highly regarded EMS filmmaker who suffered an SCA last week and whose family said is not expected to live.  The group then touches on the return of EMS conferences after a year of Zoom gatherings. Dr. Antevy discusses the upcoming "First There First Care" conference and the much-anticipated "Gathering of Eagles" in its new Florida location this summer from June 14-18. Dr. Antevy also talks about his new web series, Reel Emergency, a collaboration between Drs. Mark Piehl and David Spiro, and Prodigy EMS. The group also discuss the "secret sauce" of delivering an online education session. Are you a fan of the show? Please rate and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Have an idea for a show topic or guest? Send your suggestions to theshow@ems1.com.
May 14, 2021
‘We should know better‘
25:00
In this episode of the Inside EMS podcast, our host, Chris Cebollero, is joined by EMS1 Columnist and Editorial Advisory Board Member, Rob Lawrence. Topic of discussion is the Iowa EMTs that were cited by the state for starting an IV off duty. The discussion then turns to the COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in EMS and how best to return to work. Rob then shares a little bit about his podcast, EMS One-Stop.
May 07, 2021
Remember to treat the patient, not the monitor
32:33
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the adage of treating the patient, not the monitor. While the numbers are a vital piece of the puzzle, it's important to look at the information in context of what's going on with the patient as a whole, the duo reminds listeners. During the discussion, Grayson touches on the concept of defensive medicine, which happens when a provider or ER physician does myriad tests to see what will "stick" regarding a patient's symptoms. Grayson also offers tips for providers who are working to use monitor numbers as a starting point to treating the whole patient.
Apr 30, 2021
The future of triage with Conrad Fivaz, MD
25:29
In this podcast, host Rob Lawrence pays homage to our heroes in headsets in recognition of the recent National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week and he also looks to the future of triage with guest Conrad Fivaz, MD. Dr. Fivaz chairs the Council of Standards for Emergency Nurse Triage within the International Academy of Emergency Dispatch, the body responsible for the clinical governance of the nurse triage protocols. He fulfills the role of clinical director for Priority Solutions Inc. He is also a member of the IAED CBRN committee.
Apr 26, 2021
The future of ketamine in EMS and how it could change
21:46
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss a new piece of legislation proposed in Colorado that would limit the use of ketamine by EMS providers, as well as similar laws being considered in other states. The conversation also delves into how to treat excited delirium, as well as the implications of legislators creating laws governing EMS and how that will affect providers in the future.
Apr 23, 2021
Dan Phillips urges first responders to take care of themselves, too
27:19
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson are joined by Dan Phillips, national director of Responder Health, who speaks with the co-hosts about first responder mental health and how to make a difference.  As most are aware, 2020 was an immensely difficult year for many people, particularly first responders, who were on the frontlines and exposed to the devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. From risking exposure to the disease to responding to crisis situations exacerbated by nearly a year of isolation, first responders are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress and trauma. And, unfortunately, many don’t have the tools to deal with these extreme emotions in a healthy way. “After 28 years as a first responder, and as someone who battled PTSD, the one thing I believe that all first responders have in common is that they are more focused on helping others rather than taking care of themselves,” Phillips said. “In the midst of this pandemic, our first responders need to be making sure that they are taking care of themselves and the other first responders around them. If they aren’t, they cannot effectively help those they are serving.” Phillips says intervention from a colleague led to him finally seeking treatment after experiencing severe PTSD stemming from his response as a first responder to the Pentagon after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. Now, Phillips hopes to pay it forward and serve as a mentor for others, as his colleague did for him.
Apr 16, 2021
From public safety to print: Jennifer Murphy shares the inspiration behind her EMS memoir
33:37
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson are joined by New York EMT Jennifer Murphy, whose book "First Responder: A Memoir of Life, Death, and Love on New York City's Front Lines" was recently published.  While on the podcast, Murphy shares the inspiration for her book, describes her favorite sections and explains how she determined which stories to include with our hosts.
Apr 08, 2021
Make way for the airway ... management
27:03
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-host Chris Cebollero interviews fellow host Kelly Grayson about his recent live EMS1 webinar – Plan C: Advanced Airway Management (now available on-demand).  Grayson shares his thoughts on basic airway management, discusses his six stages of the airway continuum and answers a difficult question: Is intubation becoming obsolete in our career field?  During the discussion, the hosts also touch on transtracheal jet ventilation, retrograde intubation and the use of surgical crics. Interested in viewing Grayson's webinar? Get the link below: On-demand webinar – Plan C: Advanced Airway Management: https://www.ems1.com/ems-products/medical-equipment/airway-management/articles/on-demand-webinar-plan-c-navigating-the-difficult-airway-aOojrUNae48W68j8/
Apr 02, 2021
Bruce Evans on TIP legislation, EMS on the Hill
28:58
In this edition of EMS One-Stop with Rob Lawrence, our host, Rob Lawrence, chats with NAEMT President, Chief Bruce Evans. Rob and Bruce discuss the current progress on treatment-in-place legislation, Bruce’s first 100 days in office as NAEMT president and the forthcoming virtual EMS on the Hill Day, which will take place April 13-15, 2021.
Mar 30, 2021
Understanding passive, aggressive and assertive people
35:42
This is a special edition of the Inside EMS Podcast - enjoy a crossover post from Chris Cebollero's Ultimate Leadership Podcast with guest Behavioral Psychologist, Dr. Denise Dudley. In EMS, we are always coming across different personalities both in the office and in the field. These tips that Dr. Dudley shares will share how to understand passive, aggressive and assertive personalities and how to nip communication challenges in the bud. This show really outlines the information needed to interact with these three personalities. This is a must-listen show. Subscribe to the Ultimate Leadership Podcast at http://ultimateleadership.blubrry.com for more.
Mar 29, 2021
ATCEMS Chief Ernie Rodriguez on EMS challenges during crippling Texas winter storm
29:13
ATCEMS Chief Ernie Rodriguez on EMS challenges during crippling Texas winter storm by EMS1 Podcasts
Mar 26, 2021
EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence: Eve Grau on Royal Ambulance’s strategic retention efforts
34:04
Looking outside the industry for recruitment and retention best practices
Mar 24, 2021
FDNY’s Oren Barzilay: Does the city value EMS?
33:23
In this episode of Inside EMS, Chris and Kelly are joined by Oren Barzilay, FDNY EMS Local 2507 president as the FDNY marks the 25th anniversary of its merger with the emergency medical service of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, to discuss wage discrepancies, educating the public about the work EMS does.
Mar 18, 2021
Zavadsky and Ludwig on Treatment in place hurdles: EMS One-Stop with Rob Lawrence
41:06
In this edition of EMS One-Stop with Rob Lawrence, our host, Rob Lawrence welcomes guests Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, EMT; immediate past president of the National Association of EMTs, and Gary Ludwig, immediate past president of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. They discuss vaccine hesitancy, PPE fatigue and the current legislation involving the provision of treatment in place and the hurdles still to jump.
Mar 17, 2021
Smith and Rah on deciphering COVID-19 data: EMS One-Stop with Rob Lawrence
26:43
In this edition of EMS One-Stop, our host, Rob Lawrence, is joined by guests Dr. Will Smith and Medical Student Jasmine Rah. Dr. Smith and Rah are the founders of the COVID-19 Literature Surveillance Team (LST) which is reading, grading, decoding and explaining the majority published COVID-19 research that has been published in the last 12 months.
Mar 12, 2021
Rob Lawrence joins hosts to celebrate 7 years of ‘Inside EMS‘
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Rob Lawrence joins hosts to celebrate 7 years of 'Inside EMS' by EMS1 Podcasts
Mar 04, 2021
Matt Zavadsky And Dia Gainor On Traffic Incident Management - EMS One - Stop With Rob Lawrence
28:23
MedStar’s Matt Zavadsky and NASEMSO’s Dia Gainor discuss traffic incident management and EMS’s role in multi-agency response after 133 vehicle pileup.
Mar 01, 2021
POCUS: Unnecessary or undervalued?
23:06
POCUS: Unnecessary or undervalued? by EMS1 Podcasts
Feb 26, 2021
Clinical Education Manager Gina Carbino breaks down the transition from EMT to ER nurse
23:36
Clinical Education Manager Gina Carbino breaks down the transition from EMT to ER nurse by EMS1 Podcasts
Feb 19, 2021
MCHD‘s Sean Simmonds on COVID-19 and life after the pandemic
26:42
MCHD's Sean Simmonds on COVID-19 and life after the pandemic by EMS1 Podcasts
Feb 12, 2021
Is it ever acceptable to transport a patient in a fire truck?
22:03
Is it ever acceptable to transport a patient in a fire truck? by EMS1 Podcasts
Feb 05, 2021
Proposed SC bill criminalizes some ketamine uses
25:59
Proposed SC bill criminalizes some ketamine uses by EMS1 Podcasts
Jan 22, 2021
Welcome, 2021: Vaccine status and professionalism in a politically charged environment
20:44
Welcome, 2021: Vaccine status and professionalism in a politically charged environment by EMS1 Podcasts
Jan 15, 2021
Medic‘s side-gig choice prompts discussion on provider pay, benefits
19:51
Medic's side-gig choice prompts discussion on provider pay, benefits by EMS1 Podcasts
Dec 31, 2020
Is it time to start arming medics?
23:20
Is it time to start arming medics? by EMS1 Podcasts
Dec 18, 2020
Mike Taigman on a 5-step wellness checkup: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
38:07
In this edition of EMS One-Stop, Mike Taigman, improvement guide for FirstWatch, discusses his 5-step wellness checkup and how to look after the welfare of others, as well as coping strategies, including Mike's own journey into meditation.
Dec 14, 2020
Nick Nudell explains the working theory behind EMS COVID-19 vaccine guidelines
31:34
Nick Nudell explains the working theory behind EMS COVID-19 vaccine guidelines by EMS1 Podcasts
Dec 11, 2020
Ambulance transfers: Who should be financially responsible?
21:19
Ambulance transfers: Who should be financially responsible? by EMS1 Podcasts
Dec 09, 2020
Scott Moore on COVID-19 vaccination: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
21:43
The word of the week is vaccine, but is it giving EMS leaders a headache already? Host Rob Lawrence discusses the issues with American Ambulance Association HR Consultant, Scott Moore. Rob and Scott discuss the options open to managers to ensure all are vaccinated, while acknowledging the hope that science and understanding will prevail.
Dec 09, 2020
Should EMS be a COVID-19 vaccine priority?
18:30
Should EMS be a COVID-19 vaccine priority? by EMS1 Podcasts
Dec 04, 2020
Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 4: Expanded use of EtCO2
20:53
Deprioritizing epinephrine in the order of interventions
Dec 01, 2020
Training hard and fighting easy: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
23:08
Creating an effective tabletop training exercise for pre-planning MCI response
Nov 25, 2020
In the commander‘s chair: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
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In this edition of EMS One-Stop, Rob chats with Jason Killens, chief executive of the UK's Welsh Ambulance Service. During the London Bombings, Jason was the deputy director of operations for the London Ambulance Service and played a major part in the command and control of the response to the UK's first multi-site, simultaneous major incident. Jason describes training staff to deal with major incidents, the complexity of response to an 800 casualty incident across four separate locations. He also describes lessons identified and the inquiry that followed.
Nov 20, 2020
Epidemiologist Morgan Anderson on how to track your mental health
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Epidemiologist Morgan Anderson on how to track your mental health by EMS1 Podcasts
Nov 20, 2020
Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 3: Reproducible results
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Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 3: Reproducible results
Nov 16, 2020
The key to saving more lives in a mass violence incident: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
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The key to saving more lives in a mass violence incident: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Nov 16, 2020
What NYC‘s 911 mental health pilot program means for EMS
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What NYC's 911 mental health pilot program means for EMS by EMS1 Podcasts
Nov 13, 2020
Developing our political EMS response plan: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
20:52
Developing our political EMS response plan: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Nov 10, 2020
What to do about the EMS elephants in the room
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What to do about the EMS elephants in the room by EMS1 Podcasts
Nov 06, 2020
Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 2: Quality of lives protected
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Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 2: Quality of lives protected
Nov 03, 2020
Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 2: Quality of lives protected
15:47
Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 2: Quality of lives protected
Nov 02, 2020
Pandemic and politics: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
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Challenges for the road ahead, no matter the state of pandemic and politics: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Nov 02, 2020
AHA 2020 guidelines: What providers need to know
28:21
AHA 2020 guidelines: What providers need to know by EMS1 Podcasts
Oct 30, 2020
How will NREMT testing changes impact EMS?
21:32
How will NREMT testing changes impact EMS? by EMS1 Podcasts
Oct 23, 2020
Data is still my favorite four-letter word: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
25:39
Data is still my favorite four-letter word: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Oct 21, 2020
The psychology behind provider vaccination
27:03
The psychology behind provider vaccination by EMS1 Podcasts
Oct 19, 2020
Reimagining Resuscitation - Episode 1: The Rialto ROSC journey
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Reimagining Resuscitation Episode 1: The Rialto ROSC journey - The four acceptable pauses in CPR
Oct 17, 2020
Tactical Napping: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
33:21
Tactical Napping: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence by EMS1 Podcasts
Oct 13, 2020
The ongoing recruiting and retention crisis
27:14
The ongoing recruiting and retention crisis by EMS1 Podcasts
Oct 09, 2020
Connect 2020: Lexipol’s Virtual User Conference
13:43
#ems1 #lexipol #connect2020 #insideems #podcast
Oct 05, 2020
Operation Warp Speed: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
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Operation Warp Speed: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence and Matt Zavadsky
Oct 05, 2020
Welcome back, Kelly: A first-hand account of Hurricane Laura
31:25
Welcome back, Kelly: A first-hand account of Hurricane Laura by EMS1 Podcasts
Oct 02, 2020
How Dr. Craig Manifold‘s EMS advocacy impacted the career field
25:16
How Dr. Craig Manifold's EMS advocacy impacted the career field by EMS1 Podcasts
Sep 24, 2020
Stand and Deliver: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
19:59
Stand and Deliver: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Sep 24, 2020
This week in EMS: New ET3 start date, COVID-19 vaccine plan and ketamine use
30:52
This week in EMS: New ET3 start date, COVID-19 vaccine plan and ketamine use by EMS1 Podcasts
Sep 18, 2020
EMS Trend Report - How current events will shape the future of EMS: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
28:00
EMS Trend Report - How current events will shape the future of EMS: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Sep 18, 2020
Street Medics: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
09:06
Street Medics: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Sep 17, 2020
How 9/11 changed EMS and what the future holds
36:36
How 9/11 changed EMS and what the future holds by EMS1 Podcasts
Sep 11, 2020
Ketamine administration comes under the spotlight: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
22:07
Ketamine administration comes under the spotlight: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Sep 04, 2020
The ketamine debate: How should EMS handle its use?
28:23
The ketamine debate: How should EMS handle its use? by EMS1 Podcasts
Sep 03, 2020
The ‘ambulance driver,‘ road safety and Zoom conferences
32:06
The 'ambulance driver,' road safety and Zoom conferences by EMS1 Podcasts
Aug 21, 2020
Imaginary Barriers: How HIPAA promotes bidirectional data exchange: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
08:03
Imaginary Barriers: How HIPAA promotes bidirectional data exchange: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
Aug 21, 2020
Which quality measures will improve EMS?
30:50
Which quality measures will improve EMS? by EMS1 Podcasts
Aug 14, 2020
What the 2020 EMS Trend Report reveals about the industry
31:15
What the 2020 EMS Trend Report reveals about the industry by EMS1 Podcasts
Aug 07, 2020
Scene safety and responding to civil unrest: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence
08:44
Scene safety and responding to civil unrest: EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence by EMS1 Podcasts
Aug 05, 2020
The transformation of EMS during the pandemic
33:14
The transformation of EMS during the pandemic by EMS1 Podcasts
Jul 29, 2020
Words of wisdom: Motivational speaker offers inspiration to EMS providers
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Words of wisdom: Motivational speaker offers inspiration to EMS providers by EMS1 Podcasts
Jul 24, 2020