Ep. 32: The Better Angels of our Nature: Trauma Informed Consent

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While we in EMS LOVE new shiny toys or flashy treatments that were only used in the hospital, some patient treatments require us to take a step back and see our patients as more than just that traumatic accident.  Enter Trauma Informed Care, which is a way to treat our patients not only with their immediate medical needs but a way to prevent the long-lasting effects of trauma.  This requires us to take a step back and see trauma in all its forms and treat our patients by the better angels of our nature.  To understand this further, the But Why EMS team interviews:
 
 
Dr. Lekshmi Kumar
Emergency Medicine, EMS Physician, and Medical Director of Grady EMS
 

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Hawnwan Philip Moy MD 

Gina Pellerito NRP

John Reagan NRP

Paul Schuler NRP

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