This week is Collegiate EMS Week!
Topics: Public Safety, Safety, training, Campus Safety, college, Collegiate EMS Week, CPR & AED, CPR Day, EMS, First Responder, medical services, National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Fou, safety
October 29, 2013 is World Stroke Day. Join Jones & Bartlett Learning in spreading the word that stroke is preventable and treatable—tell 6 people that today is World Stroke Day!
Jones & Bartlett Learning is excited to congratulate our former headquarters, Sudbury, on their decision to run their own Advanced Life Support service!
Topics: Public Safety, Safety, Sudbury, Sudbury Fire Department, training, ALS, Certification, CPR & AED, EMS, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Fire, fire department station, fire dept, First Responder, medical services, Paramedic, safety
12-Lead ECG: The Art of Interpretation, Second Edition will be available this November!
Topics: 12-lead ECG, Interactive, interactive, New text, Online, Safety, training, Training Text, Virtual Ride-Alongs, AAP, ACEP, AMLS, Author, Continuing Education, Digital Learning, eACLS, eBook, EMS, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), First Responder, Forthcoming, Intravenous Therapy, JB TestPrep, medical services, NAEMT, Navigate, New edition, new edition, new text, Paramedic, Pediatric Education, PEPP, safety
Since 2010, when Apple released the iPad, tablets have revolutionized several facets of our daily lives as they made their way into education and business. Today, we are on the horizon of yet another technological transformation as tablets infiltrate two parts of the EMS world: classroom training and the field.
Topics: Interactive, interactive, Online, Safety, tablet, training, App Store, classroom, Digital Learning, education, EMS, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), field training officer, Fire, First Responder, iPad, iPhone, medical services, Mobile App, online, Paramedic, response, safety
It is hard to ignore the latest headlines regarding the recreational drug "Molly." This "party drug" contains MDMA, an ingredient found in Ecstasy, and has been linked to several recent overdoses in Boston and New York.