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