October 1, 2021

Dangerous assumptions

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.”

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.

 

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.

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.

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.

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).

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.

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.

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.

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.

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