World Mental Health Day

This year’s World Mental Health Day falls on a moment where the entire planet’s style of life has changed considerably as a result of COVID-19. We’ve all had to adapt to the many facets this virus has gone through. Starting … Read More

Hallway EMS (2010)

Hallway EMS By: Darrell Bardua   As EMS Off-load delays in the emergency department continue to plague systems across North America and beyond, are we prepared to meet the demands of our patients in this setting? Most paramedics are clinically … Read More

World Patient Safety Day

Words by: Alejandro Olryd Let’s face it. We’ve all done it. It’s our dirty little secret and we hope no one notices but we’ve all been there. I’m talking about clumsiness with patients. You know, you stand up to get … Read More

I can’t hear you!

Article published in the 1996 October / November Edition Words by: Heather Mackenzie-Carey Consider the following scenario. You are dispatched for a conscious, breathing 45-year-old male patient complaining of chest pain. It’s a cold snowy night and you were on the … Read More

Drive to Arrive

Article featured in the 1994 April Issue of Canadian Emergency News Word by: K. I. Copeland Some of you will no doubt remember the popular TV series Starsky & Hutch from years past, as well as the famous duo of … Read More

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