April was big with NAVIGATOR and National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
There's plenty to serve up for you in this issue.
Dr. Jeff Clawson, Brett Patterson Perhaps the most influential agents of change for the MPDS® are the actual users. From Proposals for Change (PFC) to rapid input regarding the newest beta version, users provide the real-life feedback so necessary for quality protocol evolution. Case in point: MPDS v13.0 contained changes to the ECHO-related, INEFFECTIVE BREATHING section
The death of Brock Ruether, a 16-year-old from Alberta, Canada, sparked many changes in the MPDS.
What happens when a communication center director buys a race track?
The numbers don't lie: Opioid abuse is a serious problem.
Performing above the call of duty brings satisfaction and appreciation.
In the midst of a crisis, dispatchers carry on.
CPR instructions have always been a major part of the Protocol.
College students try their hand at CPR, help wth IAED study.