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NAEMSP 2018

Annual Conference Recap: Day 1

Welcome to the NAEMSP 2018 Annual Conference Recap Day 1!

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In this podcast, we highlight everything that happened on the FIRST DAY of the conference ranging from the latest and greatest in Aeromedical and Pediatric EMS to...

the all-new, National Association of EMS Physician's Political Action Committee (PAC)!!!

As part of the NAEMSP Advocacy Committee, the PAC represents YOU, our EMS community, and advances our cause to our local and federal government.  

You can also donate to the PAC by clicking HERE.  

If you donate TODAY you can be like our all-star professional member and paramedic, Dr. Daniel Patterson (below), and get THE VERY FIRST NAEMSP CHALLENGE COIN (and maybe more!)

We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU For listening!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast)

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@EMS_Boston)

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH (@jerescajeda)

Joelle Donofrio DO (@PEMems)

Direct download: NAEMSP_2018_Day_1.mp3
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Happy 2018 PEC Podcast Listeners!!!

For this very special episode, we highlight the development of this very pivotal and crucial document, EMS Agenda For The Future: 2050 (@EMSAgenda2050). 

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Special guests of this podcast include:

Guest Host:

Jon R. Krohmer, M.D., F.A.C.E.P.

Director of the National Highway Traffic Safety Agency (NHTSA) Office of EMS in the Department of Transportation.

Technical Expert Panel (TEP) of EMS Agenda 2050

Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill

@mgauschehill 

Dr. Alexander Isakov

Dr. Kevin Munjal

And President of the National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP)

Dr. Brent Myers

@bmyersmd

We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU For listening!

Happy New Years and we look forward to seeing you in San Diego!!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast)

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@EMS_Boston)

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH (@jerescajeda)

Joelle Donofrio DO (@PEMems)

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep._33-EMS_Agenda_2050.mp3
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Happy Holidays PEC Podcast Listeners!!!

We hope your holidays have been filled with family fun while being safe :).  

To help bring in 2018, we reviewed the most recent Prehospital Emergency Care Journal.  Manuscripts range from Mobile Integrated Healthcare to Wilderness Medicine. 

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In this episode we interview:

Pediatric Prehospital Refusal of Medical Assistance: Association with Suspected Abuse or Neglect

Matthew Sztajnkrycer MD, PhD

@NoobieMatt

 

Patient Characteristics and Temporal Trends in Police Transport of Blunt Trauma Patients: A Multicenter Retrospective Cohort Study

Daniel N Holena MD MCSE

 

We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU For listening!

Happy Holidays!!!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast)

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@EMS_Boston)

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH (@jerescajeda)

Joelle Donofrio DO (@PEMems)

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep_32.mp3
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Happy Holidays PEC Podcast listeners! 

Have you ever been asked, "So, what can an EMS Medical Director do?"  Instead of delving into all the things that a Medical Director can do, NAEMSP will be publishing a position statement titled: EMS Physician-Performed Clinical Interventions in the Field. 

 

To delve into what this position statement will say, the PEC Podcast team interviews Dr. John Gallagher, the chair of the NAEMSP Standards and Practice Committee, about this fantastic statement. 

 

Dr. John Gallagher

Enjoy this small batch podcast and click here to download now!

 

We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU For listening!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

 

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep_31.mp3
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Happy Thanksgiving PEC podcast listeners!

 We hope you had a wonderful and safe turkey day.  The PEC Podcast team would like to tell you that we are incredibly thankful for YOU, for supporting us, for listening to us, and for serving our communities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  THANK YOU!

In this episode, we review the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 21, Number 5.  We discuss several topics ranging from the benefits of prehospital intubation for traumatic brain injury patients to the economic feasibility of epinephrine IM injections for school-aged children to EMS provider perceptions on termination of resuscitation.  

Click here to listen now :).

But that's not all...in this episode we interview:

Kurt R. Denningoff MD

 

Dr. Lauren Leggatt

 

Dr. Matthew Davis  

We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU For listening!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep.30_.mp3
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Happy Thanksgiving!

Hello PEC Podcast listeners!  Thanks for your patience over this past month as we have been "harvesting" special interviews BEFORE the years end!  Before we publish our review of the current PEC journal, we have a SPECIAL EMS Quality Improvement podcast for you!  NAEMSP is having a unique preconference and year-long Quality Improvement course with access to EMS Quality Improvement experts.

Click here to download the podcast. 

Click here to get more information on NAEMSP's Quality Improvement Course 

This podcast will feature interviews with:

Dr. Joseph Grover

Dr. Michael Redlener

Dr. Scott Bourn

  Sign up today!

 

We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU For listening!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep_XXVIII.mp3
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Hello PEC Podcast listeners.  It is with great sadness that NAEMSP and the podcast team express our condolences to the victims, friends, and families involved in the Las Vegas shooting. The PEC podcast team would like to thank our first responders, paramedics, Emergency Physicians, Emergency Nurses, and all the other healthcare providers and helpers for their generous actions that night.  

 

We would also like to apologize for the cancellation of last month's Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Club with Dr. Mark Faul, Dr. Brent Myers, and Dr. Ritu Sahni.  Unfortunately, Dr. Faul, our guest of honor, had to respond to the path of destruction hurricane Irma left behind.  We will reschedule this interview. So stay tuned!  

As we stated before...it's Fall!  That means we have 3.5 months until...NAEMSP 2018 Conference in San Diego!  The PEC Podcast is super excited and we hope you are too!

So to wet your whistle for everything NAEMSP has in store for you in January 2018, this month’s podcast will take us back to NAEMSP’s January 2017 Annual Conference in New Orleans where the PEC Podcast team interviews Dr. Christopher Hunter and Dr. Amanda Stone about their presentation Pulse Nightclub Shooting-Lessons Learned in Orlando. 

 

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Dr. Christopher Hunter

Associate Medical Director of Orange County FL

Dr. Amanda Stone

Emergency Medicine Physician

We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU For listening!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

 

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep_XXIX.mp3
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Hello PEC Podcast Listeners

First, we'd like to send the city of Houston and its citizens our most heartfelt condolences and wish all of you a safe and quick recovery.  We support all of you!  

Second, we'd like to thank our EMS, First Responders, and the many disaster teams for aiding in the Response and Recovery of our beloved city and tough citizens of Houston.  Be safe all of you and thank you from the bottom of all our hearts!

Third, we'd like to announce our very special PEC Podcast Journal club on September 12, 2017 at 3 PM CST, where we will have a live video interview with Dr. Mark Faul and his manuscript: 

Multiple Naloxone Administrations Among Emergency Medical Service Providers is Increasing

There will be guests as well including Dr. Brent Myers and Dr. Ritu Sahni along with the PEC Podcast crew.  

So stay tuned and we'll provide you with how to watch and ask questions LIVE on September 12, 2017 at 3 PM CST.  

 

While many of our colleagues and PEC podcast listeners are helping out in Houston, we have our brand new episode of the PEC podcast for all of you.  We hope you'll enjoy this episode and thanks for listening. 

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In this episode, we highlight the following articles with interviews!

An Analysis of EMS and ED Detection of Stroke

Dr. Ian Medoro

Prospective Prehospital Evaluation of the Cincinnati Stroke Triage Assessment Tool

Dr. Jason McMullan

qSOFA Has Poor Sensitivity for Prehospital Identification of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock

Dr. Maia Dorsett

We also have exciting discussions about the following articles: 

Occupational Injuries and Exposures among Emergency Medical Services Workers

Effectiveness of Prehospital Epinephrine Administration in Improving Long-term Outcomes of Witnessed Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients with Initial Non-shockable Rhythms

Basic Life Support Access to Injectable Epinephrine across the United States

Effect of the 2011 Revisions to the Field Triage Guidelines on Under- and Over-Triage Rates for Pediatric Trauma Patients

Does Prehospital Time Influence Clinical Outcomes in Severe Trauma Patients?: A Cross Sectional Study

Association between EMS Question Bank Completion and Passing Rates on the EMS Certification Examination

Modeling to Optimize Hospital Evacuation Planning in EMS Systems

9-1-1 Triage of Non-Traumatic Chest Pain: Association with Hospital Diagnosis

Don't forget to check out NAEMSP's blog, at http://www.naemsp-blog/com covering everything from Evidence based PREHOSPITAL medicine, words of advice from our godfathers and godmothers of EMS, and comments about controversial EMS topics from providers and leaders like you!

Check out our most recent posts covering:

Are Emergency Physicians The EMS Experts That Many Think They Are?

Book Club Sessions: Evicted, Poverty And Profit In the American City

We hope you enjoy this podcast episode, thank you all for listening, and stay tuned for our Special September Podcast Journal club with Dr. Mark Faul on September 12, 2017 at 3 PM CST!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep._XXVII.mp3
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Happy July Everyone!

 

While you get your last bit of relaxation before the beginning of the school year, we have a brand new episode for you to listen to while out on the beach, traveling the road, or just while enjoying this beautiful weather!

  

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In this episode, we highlight the following articles with interviews!

Causes of Prehospital Misinterpretations of ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction

Dr. Nichole Bosson

Use of Intranasal Naloxone by Basic Life Support Providers

 

 

Dr. Scott G. Weiner

 

We also have exciting discussions about the following articles:

Rise and Shock: Optimal Defibrillator Placement in a High-rise Building

Influence of a 100-M Simulated In-Water Rescue on Cardiopulmonary Parameters

Comparison of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services Transport Types and Delays on Patient Outcomes at Two Level I Trauma Centers

EMS Providers' Beliefs Regarding Spinal Precautions for Pediatric Trauma Transport

Airway Management Proficiency Checklist for Assessing Paramedic Performance

Hot and Cold Drugs: National Park Service Medication Stability at the Extremes of Temperature

It's Time for EMS to Administer Ketamine Analgesia

Don't forget to check out NAEMSP's blog, at http://www.naemsp-blog.com/, covering everything from Evidence based PREHOSPITAL medicine, words of advice from our godfathers and godmothers of EMS, and comments about controversial EMS topics from providers like you!

 

Check out our most recent posts cover Sepsis Screeningsynthetic opioid overdose, and EMS handoffs! 

 

We hope you enjoy this podcast episode, thank you all for listening, and stay tuned for our August Episode!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

 

 

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep._XXV.mp3
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Happy Summer Everyone!

To help you deal with the impending heat, we've got a fantastic podcast episode with our favorite Standards & Practice section of NAEMSP for your listening pleasure. 

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In this episode we will be discussing two position statements with (Click the title for a link to the position statements):

1. Physician Oversight of Pediatric Care in Emergency Medical Services

Dr. Toni Gross

2.  EMS Treatment of Special/Rare Conditions using Prescribed Medications not Routinely Carried by EMS

 

Dr. Craig Cooley

Along with our current and former chairs of Standards & Practice Committee...

 

Dr. John Gallagher (Current Chair)


Dr. John Lyng (Immediate past chair)

Please enjoy this podcast episode and stay tuned for our July Episode!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

Direct download: PEC_Ep_XXIV_June_Small_Batch.mp3
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