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Data-driven First Responder Suicide Prevention

Sep 15, 2021

Data-driven First Responder Suicide Prevention

A collaboration between federal agencies, researchers and national organizations is seeking ways to collect better data and support data-driven approaches to improving first responder mental health.

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Implementing Telemedicine in EMS and 911

A new framework published by federal agencies and an upcoming EMS Focus webinar address the potential of telemedicine in EMS and 911 and provide resources to help organizations implement programs in their communities.

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Creating an Evidence-Based EMS System

Efforts currently underway to create evidence-based care on critical topics such as treating pain, prehospital airway management and trauma triage support the advancement of people-centered, safe and effective EMS systems.

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Railroad Crossing Info for EMS

Blocked railroad crossings can delay EMS response and transports, but resources exist to help first responders facing these or other situations involving trains and incidents on railroad tracks.

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New Strategic Plan to Guide Federal Action

The Federal Interagency Committee on EMS adopted a revised strategic plan to guide federal agency collaboration in support of the nation's EMS systems.

FICEMS Strategic Plan


UPCOMING WEBINAR: Telemedicine in EMS and 911

EMS Focus

Join us for the next EMS Focus webinar,Implementing Telemedicine in EMS and the 911 Communications Center, on September 22 at 2 pm ET / 11 am PT.

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