Elsie Kusel, mother of an autistic child, and Signing Families Louise Stattler join Sam Bradley and host Justin Schorr to discuss the Autism Spectrum and how best rescuers can communicate with the patient and their family.
Learn from the experts about the autism spectrum and sign language for first responders. Communication is vital in the pre-hospital arena, we’ll help better prepare you.
It can’t be done at the administrative level, each first responder needs to reach out to others in the community to learn each other’s expectations and abilities.
The International Association of EMS Chiefs is a non-profit organization that focuses on EMS chiefs to improve their effectiveness in promoting and improving the public value of their services with government officials at all levels. We have had a unique opportunity to sit down with them to discuss many topics and as we look to […]
This is part 1 of a 2 part series discussing EMS 2.0 and the future of our industry. Hosts Justin Schorr and Mark Glencorse have guest Chris Kaiser in the studio.
This isn’t another gloss over of S130-S190, but a chance to hear from the experts what they have in mind when responding so you can be better prepared the next time you get toned out for a large grass fire.
Host/ Paramedic Captain Justin Schorr has a candid conversation with Lisa Larres (Emergency Management Coordinator/ Public Health), Sean OConner (Colma Fire District Firefighter/Paramedic) and Jeff Zolferelli (Retired Deputy Fire Chief Livermore Pleasanton Fire) about what does it take to be prepared for a disaster, Are you prepared?
Hosts Justin Schorr and Mark Glencorse seek to learn how EMS proviers can have more of a positive impact on their communities before they call 911. Joining the discussion are Bill Sugiyama EMS Chief for Oakland and Alameda County’s Mike Taigman shares with our audience how he has developed personalized care for the citizens in […]
In this SPECIAL 25 minute episode host Justin Schorr talks with Lisa Larres, Jim Brasiel and Katie Amatruda about resources, dealing with PTSD as a first responder and addressing it.
First Responders are instinctively taking the role of coming to the aid, but in the case of MCI or natural disasters it is important to register with a group and go through the process before you respond.