It's essential for dispatchers to relay all pertinent information to responding officers.
Anywhere is a good place to start in this issue.
While summer is a busy time in communication centers, things often slow down a bit when fall hits. There's still plenty to keep your team occupied.
The Heimlich maneuver has saved countless choking victims over the years, including Conrad Fivaz, Medical Director, Priority Solutions.
As always, this issue of the Journal is jam-packed with information.
When medical, police, or fire emergencies occur, it's nice to know well-trained, dedicated dispatchers are prepared to help.
The use of lights and sirens has long been a debate in emergency response. When is this response appropriate?
Dr. Clawson discusses some new ED-Q standards.
Art Braunschweiger discusses how to remove the uncertainty in non-breathing situations.
A tragic accident involving an ambulance in March 1988 left Sharron Rose Frieburg with permanent injuries.