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Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast - the NAEMSP Podcast

Hawnwan Philip Moy

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Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast - the NAEMSP Podcast

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast - the NAEMSP Podcast

Hawnwan Philip Moy

3
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7
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NAEMSP's Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Podcast

Latest Episodes

PEC podcast Ep. 79: The Dunkirk Rescue in NYC

Happy EMS Week!!! The PEC Podcast team celebrates your hard work with a very special story that exemplifies Emergency Medical Services. The mini-Dunkirk event of Jamaica Queens Hospital patients was an amazing rescue effort composed of Ground EMS, Helicopter EMS, FEMA, and the health care providers of that hospital. When Jamaica Queens Hospital was overwhelmed with COVID patients, EMS answered the call. Listen to our interviews with EMS providers who were on the ground when disaster hit!

44 MIN1 w ago
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PEC podcast Ep. 79: The Dunkirk Rescue in NYC

PEC podcast Episode 78

As the COVID marathon continues, the PEC podcast team is committed to bringing you compelling podcasts centered around our mission: To have fun and engaging discussions about the most up to date research published in the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal. As such, we are bringing to you our discussion of the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 24 Number 1.

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
PEC podcast Episode 78

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast "History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes"

With our fear of the unknown during this pandemic, we feel that we are improvising on the spot. In reality, we are using the past to help us deal with the present like the 1918 Influenza pandemic. The recent Ebola Virus (EBV) Epidemic can also guide us. We highlight a manuscript with the lead author, Dr. Andreia Alexander, that reflects on paramedics' experiences in receiving PUI for the EBV arriving in the United States. We hope you enjoy this small-batch and thank you for listening!

19 MINAPR 29
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Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast "History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes"

PEC Podcast Episode 76: Lessons learned in Seattle WA

We present to you this very special small-batch about lessons learned from one of our earliest hit cities, Seattle WA with NAEMSP physicians Dr. Michael Sayre, EMS Medical Director City of Seattle and Dr. Andrew McCoy, EMS Medical Director Shoreline Fire Department and AMR King County While things will get harder before they get easier, please know that all of you are in our thoughts. If you need anything please do not hesitate to reach out and visit NAEMSP's resource page for COVID at NAEMSP.org.

22 MINMAR 17
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PEC Podcast Episode 76: Lessons learned in Seattle WA

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Ep. 75

It's that time of year when the PEC Podcast team does some spring cleaning! For the past three month's we've highlighted other podcasts and featured our podcast collaboration (Thanks @Jeff Jarvis @Ritu Sahni @ Mike Verkest @DECAL crew!) Well, it's time to get back to our regularly scheduled program and catch up! We bring you our PEC Podcast Volume 23 Number 6! In this podcast, we highlight all manuscripts ranging from Narcan to cervical spine inertia. Download today!

59 MINMAR 11
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Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Ep. 75

PEC Podcast Episode 74

As you know, the PEC podcast aims to highlight EMS research brought to you by the PEC Journal and to educate crucial EMS content. Our very own Joelle Donofrio-Odmann with California EMS fellowships have produced another podcast titled Digital EMS California Academy of Learning or, DECAL, that brings such critical conversations to our audio world. We'll feature Dr. Donofrio-Odmann's favorite episode titled “A Deeper dive into Termination of Resuscitation.” THANK YOU for listening!

50 MINFEB 26
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PEC Podcast Episode 74

PEC Podcast Episode 72: The EMS Collabortive

This year, we teamed up with our brand new podcast partners Mike Verkest (@MikeVerkest) and Dr. Ritu Sahni (@MD59) of the Second Shift Podcast and Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis (@DrJeffJarvis) of the EMS Lighthouse project for the VERY first EMS Collaborative podcast. In this episode, we talk about the world of Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) and ET3. It's a fascinating conversation filled with MIH history, MIH research, editorials, and, of course, checking to see if Dr. Sahni can qualify for medicare :)!

65 MINJAN 10
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PEC Podcast Episode 72: The EMS Collabortive

PEC podcast Episode 72

Happy New Years Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Listeners! We hope 2019 left you with nostalgic memories and 2020 will bring you good fortune and heartwarming experiences. Let's ring in the new year for where it all begins in EMS. Dispatch. To be more specific, "AVAILABILITY AND USE OF AN AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR AT EMERGENCY MEDICAL DISPATCH." Our very own Dr. Scott Goldberg headed out and interviewed the authors of this manuscript. As always THANK YOU for listening!

15 MINJAN 1
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PEC podcast Episode 72

PEC Podcast Episode 71

Happy Thanksgiving PEC podcast listeners. We are truly thankful for YOU, our audience, for listening to our podcast over the past 5 years and your service to your community. THANK YOU for listening. So while you're waiting for your turkey to roast, check out our latest podcast of the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 23 Number 5. In this episode, we cover the latest in MIH research to interviews Drs. Mandt and Adelgais and so much more! Click here to download now!

53 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
PEC Podcast Episode 71

PEC Podcast Ep. 70: Small-batch!

Prehospital Emergency Carepodcast Small-batch Episode! This month's small-batch features the manuscript: Executive Summary of Educational Content from EMS Agenda 2050 with interviews with the authors: William Leggio EdD, NRP & Marianne Gausche-Hill MD, FACEP, FAAP, FAEMS @mgauschehill We hope you enjoy this episode. As always THANK YOU for listening! HawnwanPhilip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@EMS_Boston) Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH (@jerescajeda) Joelle Donofrio DO (@PEMems)

44 MIN2019 NOV 14
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PEC Podcast Ep. 70: Small-batch!

Latest Episodes

PEC podcast Ep. 79: The Dunkirk Rescue in NYC

Happy EMS Week!!! The PEC Podcast team celebrates your hard work with a very special story that exemplifies Emergency Medical Services. The mini-Dunkirk event of Jamaica Queens Hospital patients was an amazing rescue effort composed of Ground EMS, Helicopter EMS, FEMA, and the health care providers of that hospital. When Jamaica Queens Hospital was overwhelmed with COVID patients, EMS answered the call. Listen to our interviews with EMS providers who were on the ground when disaster hit!

44 MIN1 w ago
Comments
PEC podcast Ep. 79: The Dunkirk Rescue in NYC

PEC podcast Episode 78

As the COVID marathon continues, the PEC podcast team is committed to bringing you compelling podcasts centered around our mission: To have fun and engaging discussions about the most up to date research published in the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal. As such, we are bringing to you our discussion of the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 24 Number 1.

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
PEC podcast Episode 78

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast "History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes"

With our fear of the unknown during this pandemic, we feel that we are improvising on the spot. In reality, we are using the past to help us deal with the present like the 1918 Influenza pandemic. The recent Ebola Virus (EBV) Epidemic can also guide us. We highlight a manuscript with the lead author, Dr. Andreia Alexander, that reflects on paramedics' experiences in receiving PUI for the EBV arriving in the United States. We hope you enjoy this small-batch and thank you for listening!

19 MINAPR 29
Comments
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast "History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes"

PEC Podcast Episode 76: Lessons learned in Seattle WA

We present to you this very special small-batch about lessons learned from one of our earliest hit cities, Seattle WA with NAEMSP physicians Dr. Michael Sayre, EMS Medical Director City of Seattle and Dr. Andrew McCoy, EMS Medical Director Shoreline Fire Department and AMR King County While things will get harder before they get easier, please know that all of you are in our thoughts. If you need anything please do not hesitate to reach out and visit NAEMSP's resource page for COVID at NAEMSP.org.

22 MINMAR 17
Comments
PEC Podcast Episode 76: Lessons learned in Seattle WA

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Ep. 75

It's that time of year when the PEC Podcast team does some spring cleaning! For the past three month's we've highlighted other podcasts and featured our podcast collaboration (Thanks @Jeff Jarvis @Ritu Sahni @ Mike Verkest @DECAL crew!) Well, it's time to get back to our regularly scheduled program and catch up! We bring you our PEC Podcast Volume 23 Number 6! In this podcast, we highlight all manuscripts ranging from Narcan to cervical spine inertia. Download today!

59 MINMAR 11
Comments
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Ep. 75

PEC Podcast Episode 74

As you know, the PEC podcast aims to highlight EMS research brought to you by the PEC Journal and to educate crucial EMS content. Our very own Joelle Donofrio-Odmann with California EMS fellowships have produced another podcast titled Digital EMS California Academy of Learning or, DECAL, that brings such critical conversations to our audio world. We'll feature Dr. Donofrio-Odmann's favorite episode titled “A Deeper dive into Termination of Resuscitation.” THANK YOU for listening!

50 MINFEB 26
Comments
PEC Podcast Episode 74

PEC Podcast Episode 72: The EMS Collabortive

This year, we teamed up with our brand new podcast partners Mike Verkest (@MikeVerkest) and Dr. Ritu Sahni (@MD59) of the Second Shift Podcast and Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis (@DrJeffJarvis) of the EMS Lighthouse project for the VERY first EMS Collaborative podcast. In this episode, we talk about the world of Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) and ET3. It's a fascinating conversation filled with MIH history, MIH research, editorials, and, of course, checking to see if Dr. Sahni can qualify for medicare :)!

65 MINJAN 10
Comments
PEC Podcast Episode 72: The EMS Collabortive

PEC podcast Episode 72

Happy New Years Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Listeners! We hope 2019 left you with nostalgic memories and 2020 will bring you good fortune and heartwarming experiences. Let's ring in the new year for where it all begins in EMS. Dispatch. To be more specific, "AVAILABILITY AND USE OF AN AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR AT EMERGENCY MEDICAL DISPATCH." Our very own Dr. Scott Goldberg headed out and interviewed the authors of this manuscript. As always THANK YOU for listening!

15 MINJAN 1
Comments
PEC podcast Episode 72

PEC Podcast Episode 71

Happy Thanksgiving PEC podcast listeners. We are truly thankful for YOU, our audience, for listening to our podcast over the past 5 years and your service to your community. THANK YOU for listening. So while you're waiting for your turkey to roast, check out our latest podcast of the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 23 Number 5. In this episode, we cover the latest in MIH research to interviews Drs. Mandt and Adelgais and so much more! Click here to download now!

53 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
PEC Podcast Episode 71

PEC Podcast Ep. 70: Small-batch!

Prehospital Emergency Carepodcast Small-batch Episode! This month's small-batch features the manuscript: Executive Summary of Educational Content from EMS Agenda 2050 with interviews with the authors: William Leggio EdD, NRP & Marianne Gausche-Hill MD, FACEP, FAAP, FAEMS @mgauschehill We hope you enjoy this episode. As always THANK YOU for listening! HawnwanPhilip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@EMS_Boston) Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH (@jerescajeda) Joelle Donofrio DO (@PEMems)

44 MIN2019 NOV 14
Comments
PEC Podcast Ep. 70: Small-batch!
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