Episode 135: Deep Dive with paramedic Susie Burnnet and Dr. Innes

Our EMS clinicians are a key link in the chain of survival of cardiac arrest patients.  A critical part of prehospital medicine is recognizing cardiac arrest and then enacting appropriate treatment.  In this podcast, we interview 

Susie Burnett MS, EMT-P, PhD candidate in Health Communication and Qualitative Methods


Dr. Johanna Innes MD, NRP, FAEMS

on their manuscript: 

Qualitative Analysis of the Experiences of EMS Clinicians in Recognizing and Treating Witnessed Cardiac Arrests

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As always THANK YOU for listening.

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast)

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@EMS_Boston)

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH (@jerescajeda)

Joelle Donofrio-Odmann DO (@PEMems)

Maia Dorsett MD PhD (@maiadorsett)

Lekshmi Kumar MD, MPH(@Gradymed1)

Greg Muller DO (@DrMuller_DO)


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