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Why asking for help is important to building trust?
In my experience, asking for help is seen as a weakness by default and typically influenced by past experiences of failure, reinforcing the saying “if I want it done right, [Read More]
5 Tips to Improve Your EMS Leadership EQ (Emotional Intelligence)
Emotional Intelligence is the key to personal and professional growth as an EMS leader. Many have obtained their position through IQ, which is insufficient for growth as a leader of [Read More]
10 Tips To Enhance Communication, Culture & Leadership Development in EMS
Here are 10 ways to enhance communication, culture, and leadership development within an EMS organization and are essential for growth and success. <li "="" tve-u-18a870b1ab5"=""> Open Channels of Communication: - [Read More]
Remember, Time Is Not Promised
In our line of work, we see it every day. We know time is limited, but do we live consistent with that fact? Ask yourself: Is your life (or your [Read More]
Leading Effectively Through The Chaos & Overwhelm
5 Unstoppable Leadership Tips 1. Become Discouragement-Proof Discouragement only exists within our own thinking. The more we can embrace a learner’s mindset, and get curious, the less control frustration / [Read More]
How Leaders Can Stop “The Death Position” – and Save More Lives
What you are about to read is an opportunity for every EMS leader from around the country, and the world, to connect with their law enforcement colleagues and work together [Read More]
Paramedics Confronting Unconscious Bias & Discrimination
"A retrospective study of prehospital care records in Oregon showed black patients were 40% less likely to get pain medications than their white peers, as well as disparities in the [Read More]
PBS Newshour: EMS Deserts in the USA Featuring Nick Nudell
July 15, 2023 - PBS Newshour's reporter, Ali Rogin, featured an interview with Nick Nudell, American Paramedic Association, discusses the challenges facing rural America in access to ambulance services. With [Read More]
NAMIHP Responds to Shuttering of ET3 Program by CMS
Did you know, 30% of EMS care goes unfunded by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services & most major insurers? Only if paramedics bring people to the most expensive and most overwhelmed [Read More]
Sarah Jessica Parker Announced as Narrator for EMS Documentary Film Honorable But Broken: EMS in Crisis
American actress and producer Sarah Jessica Parker, named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2022 and six time Golden Globe Award winner, has been officially announced to [Read More]
Podcast: Public Safety Speaks by Hexagon
It's National EMS Week in the US! In addition to saying thanks to emergency medical professionals for their service, Hexagon Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial features a panel on the Future [Read More]
2023 – What EMS Providers Want – Annual EMS1 Survey
We’re asking EMS field providers, supervisors, senior leadership and educators from all service types and response areas to participate and share the survey with their colleagues. Those who share their [Read More]
Supporting Bryan Boone, a #FOAMed Pioneer
Founders of HLTH, IAMED, FOAM FRAT, AAMS CCTA Academy and other industry leaders gather in person to support and honor HLTH co-founder Bryan Boone, a pioneer of the #FOAMed (Free open [Read More]
Upcoming EMS Leadership Training: Registration Open!
Enhance Your Team's Leadership Skills with Our Three-Day Program As a leader in the ambulance services industry, you understand the importance of having a capable, strong team of providers that [Read More]
It’s our thinking that makes change seem so hard
Change is the most natural thing in the world. Everything changes. You can’t prevent change from happening, even though we try. Why then does it look like change is hard? [Read More]