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Edited by David Cone
Co-Edited by Jane H. Brice, Theodore R. Delbridge and
J. Brent Myers
February 2015 | ISBN: 978-1-118-86530-9
Emergency Medical Services: Clinical Practice and Systems Oversight is the official textbook of the National Association of EMS Physicians®
(NAEMSP®) National EMS Medical Directors Course and Practicum™.
Now paired with a companion website featuring self-assessment exercises, audio and video clips of EMS best practices in action, and more, this essential study aid guides students through the core knowledge they need to successfully complete their training and begin their careers as EMS physicians.
Emergency Medical Services: Clinical Practice and Systems Oversight consists of:
- Volume 1: Clinical Aspects of EMS
- Volume 2: Medical Oversight of EMS
- Companion website featuring supportive self-assessment exercises, audio and video clips
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In some areas of the United States, air medical helicopter transport is routinely used for responding to trauma scenes, especially motor vehicle crashes. In other areas, helicopters are used infrequently, if at all, for such responses.
The NAEMSP® Air Medical Services Committee felt that there was a need to bring the document “to life” in an effort to better integrate air medical services with ground emergency medical services and public safety officials. Local EMS squads, air medical services, and law enforcement agencies are clearly the important audiences for this educational program.
Base Station Program on CD-ROM - Currently out of inventory
Authors: History of EMS: Ed Dickinson, MD; Communications: Jeff Grunow; Personnel and Training: Jack Grandey, NREMT and Ed Dickinson, MD; Medical‐Legal: Ed Carlson; Interacting with the EMT‐Basic: Ed Dickinson, MD
This course is designed to be of use to all physicians who provide online medical direction to prehospital providers. It is a modular course that can be used in its entirety as the basis for a formal base station course or on a section‐by‐section basis to augment other educational programs and learning. This course is formatted onto a CD‐ROM. Sections include:
- The History of EMS.
- Prehospital Providers (including levels of certification, training and skills).
- Base Station Physician Interaction with EMT‐B’s (in keeping with the revised DOT EMT‐B curriculum).
- Medical‐Legal (aspects of medical direction and base station operations).
Mass Gathering Medical Care: The Medical Director's Checklist
Authors: David Jaslow, MD, MPH; Arthur Yancey II, MD, MPH; Andrew Milsten, MD
Tactical Emergency Medical Support Course
Authors: Alexander P. Isakov, MD; Joseph Heck, DO; Cliff Neal, DO; Marc Gautreau, MD
This Tactical Emergency Medical Support (TEMS) course is an introduction to TEMS for law enforcement administrators. It is a modular, self‐directed course in PowerPoint that can be used in its entirety as the basis for a formal TEMS course or on a section‐by‐ section basis to augment other educational programs and learning. This course is formatted onto a CD‐ROM. Highlights of the sections include:
- The History of TEMS
- Goals of a TEMS program
- Other Support Functions
- Requirements for TEMS
- What a TEMS program can do for you
System Requirements: Adobe Acrobat 5.0, MS Internet Explorer Web Browser (free downloadable versions of both included on the CD), and Microsoft PowerPoint
Medical Response to Terrorism
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