Thu, 14 January 2016
Hello fellow NAEMSP Attendees!
San Diego is as beautiful as ever and the LAST DAY of NAEMSP PRECONFERENCE has finished.
We've set up a fantastic line up for this podcast from Mobile Integrated Healthcare (with Dr. Kevin
Munjal) to a preview of the presentation of the keynote speaker (Rebecca
Bender) for day 1 for NAEMSP.
Special thanks to our interviewees-Dr. Andrew McCoy, Dr. Kevin Munjal, Dr. Paul Rostykus, and
We hope you enjoy the Episode X: Precon Day 3 podcast.
Thank you for listening and as always stay safe everyone!
Phil Moy MD, Scott Goldberg MD, Jeremiah Escajeda MD, Joelle Donofrio DO.
P.S. If you want to get in touch with us contact us on twitter @pecpodcast or email us at email@example.com.
Wed, 13 January 2016
NAEMSP Conference 2016: Preconference Day 2
Hi fellow NAEMSP members from sunny San Diego!
The highlights of the NAEMSP Conference Day 2 interviews include conversations with Dr. Scott Bourn PhD,
RN, NREMT-P the QI/QA manager for Evolution Health and Chair of the Preconference Worshop,
"Building a Robust Quality Improvement Program in your Service."
We also have a roundtable discussion with Dr. Joelle Donofrio of UCSD, Dr. Dipesh Patel of LA county/
Harbor UCLA, Dr. Anjni Patel from Emory University, Dr. Taibah Alabradainabi from the
University of North Carolina, and Dr. Jeffrey Siegler from Washington University in Saint Louis.
As always stay safe and thanks for listening.
Stay tune for TODAYs highlights, tomorrow!
Phil Moy MD, Scott Goldberg MD, Jeremiah Escajeda MD, Joelle Donofrio DO
Tue, 8 December 2015
Happy holidays from the PEC podcast crew! We hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving and are busy planning for the upcoming festivities!
Welcome to episode VIII of the PEC Podcast!
Prehospital ECGs. Do they make a difference? Can they speed up time to definitive treatment? This months podcast delves into these questions with Dr. Nichole Bosson
and our newest correspondent Dr. Joelle Donofrio.
ALSO! As a result of questions concerning education for LA and ECG roll out, per
"We had a countywide training for the paramedics and MICNs. It is both online and
train-the-trainer format. The nurse educators and prehospital care coordinators come to
the EMS Agency for a live training so that they can answer questions at their agency etc.
We created a separate short on-line training video for physicians to introduce them to the
protocol. We are reaching out to individual SRCs as there are issues and educating
them on the protocol."
Also special thanks to Mat Goebel for helping Dr. Donofrio with her podcast!
Dr. Nichole Bosson (Below) is the Assistant Medical Director for Los Angeles County
EMS Agency, the Medical Director for the J Michael Criley Paramedic Training
Institute, and the Associate EMS Fellowship Director for Harbor-UCLA Medical
Center. She was recently the Director of EMS and Disaster Preparedness for
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.
Dr. Joelle Donofrio (Below) is currently an EMS fellow at UCSD and a Pediatric
Emergency Medicine attending at Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego. She is
also a fellow of the California EMSC Technical Advising Committee and sits on
the advisory counsel for the EMSC National Resource Center.
Once again thanks for listening and have a safe and happy holidays!
Phil Moy MD
Sun, 13 September 2015
Welcome to the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode VII
Happy Birthday! We are officially 1 year old. Thank you everyone for your support and making us a huge success! Special gratitude goes to YOU, the listeners, for downloading us every other month and listening to our podcast! We truly appreciate it!
To celebrate we decided to forgo our normal research based conversation and highlight a group of paramedics who practiced in a truly austere environment. The following is our interview with the paramedics involved with the events in Ferguson, Missouri.
We hope you enjoy this podcast and thanks for listening!
Stay safe everyone,
The PEC Podcast team
Phil Moy MD, Jeremiah Escajeda MD, Scott Goldberg MD, and Joelle Donofrio MD
To contact us please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thu, 2 July 2015
Welcome to the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode VI!
In this podcast Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda interviews Dr. Francis Guyette about his most recent publication to the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal "Taking the blood bank to the Field: The Design and Rationale of the Prehospital Air." Medical Plasma (PAMPer) Trial. Its a truly engaging conversation about exciting up and coming trauma care, microphone envy and a brief conversation about how trials are named (:P)
We hope you enjoy this podcast and thanks for listening!
Stay safe everyone,
PEC Podcast Team
Phil Moy, Jeremiah Escajeda, and Scott Goldberg
Thu, 21 May 2015
Get ready for an awesome episode to be published soon starring Dr. Ricky Kue, Assistant Medical Director of Boston EMS, reviewing his manuscript "Tourniquet Use in a Civilian Emergency Medical Services Setting: A Descriptive Analysis of the Boston EMS Experience"
Thanks for listening and feel free to contact us at email@example.com or twitter us @pecpodcast for any suggestions for future podcast episodes or any comments you have. Who knows? You may be the next star on Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast!
Stay tuned for the next Episode!
Phil Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD
Jeremiah Escajeda MD
Prehospital Emergency Care
National Association of EMS Physicians, NAEMSP
Sat, 21 March 2015
Welcome to the fourth episode of the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast. We have exciting interviews with Dr. Daniel Patterson, Dr. Kevin Munjal, and Deputy Director/Chief of Clinical Affairs Michael Bachman who were all highlighted at the NAEMSP 2015 Conference in New Orleans.
Interviewer Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda MD, current EMS Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh talks to the famous Dr. Daniel Patterson PhD, NRP about EMS sleepiness and fatigue and Dr. Patterson's NAEMSP Best EMS Professional award-winning SleepTractTXT trial.
Dr. Scott Goldberg interviewed Dr. Kevin Munjal, assistant professor and associate director of prehospital care at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Goldberg is an EMS physician practicing in Boston, Massachusetts. He talked with Dr. Munjal about his involvement with Mobile Integrated Health in the New York area and nationally. They then discuss a novel MIH program to improve geriatric patient discharges.
Dr. Hawnwan Moy interviewed Deputy Director/Chief of clinical Affairs of Wake County EMS System Michael Bachman about his poster, a top 5 EMS innovation of 2015, Active Threat Response: Objective Evaluation of an Integrated Rescue Task Force Model.
We hope you enjoy this episode and please feel free to leave any comments on our website, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow us on twitter @pecpodcast.
Cheers and be safe!
Hawnwan Moy MD
Tue, 20 January 2015
This month's Prehospital Emergency Care podcast will be an interview with Dr. John Holcomb's article, Prehospital Transfusion of Plasma and Red Blood Cells in Trauma Patients in this month's Journal of Prehospital Emergency Care.
This podcast includes Dr. Holcomb's career arc from his humble beginnings in Arkansas to his time as a United States Army Surgeon in the Black Hawk Down incident to his current research on prehospital transfusion. It is a truly fascinating story and conversation. Enjoy!
Feel free to leave your comments or thoughts about this podcast! I'll see you in New Orleans at the NAEMSP Conference. Feel free to find me and let me know what you think about the podcast.
Hawnwan Philip Moy MD
Assistant Medical Director, Saint Louis Fire Department
Division of Emergency Medicine
Washington University in Saint Louis
Tue, 2 December 2014
During the Code 3 Conference in Saint Louis, I had a conversation with Dr. Brent Myers about an article the Wake County EMS System published titled, " Retrospective Validation of a Protocol to Limit Unneceessary Transport of Assisted-living Residents Who Fall." Together we analyze this article's methods, means of evaluation, and falls protocol. Finally, we end on a more personal note about his career, aspirations, and advice for the younger generation for EMS physicians.
Thanks for listening and feel free to leave comments so we can improve this podcast for your listening pleasure.
Have a happy holidays and be safe.
Wed, 1 October 2014
Hello fellow Prehospital Emergency Care (PEC) listeners! Welcome to the VERY FIRST PEC podcast where Dr. Menegazzi and I select a couple articles from the quarterly publication of PEC.
This month we have chosen three articles:
1. Paramedics Self-Reported Exposure to Violence in the EMS Workplace
2. Housing First is Associated with Reduced Use of Emergency Medical Services
3. Field Physiologic Triage Criteria for Older Adults
Guest starring interviews from the authors themselves:
Blair Bigham MSc, ACPf
Susan Collins PhD
Craig Newgard MD, MPH
We hope you enjoy the inaugural edition of Prehospital Emergency Care and please continue to follow us as we provide you with more content in the future!
Cheers and stay safe,
Philip Moy, MD