Entries by Joe Heneghan

From the Africa Desk of Ambulance Today: The Challenge of Critical Thinking in EMS

https://chat.whatsapp.com/Africa Desk Feedback This Africa Quarterly will be exploring the advantages of being a critical thinking emergency medicine practitioner, and how it can positively benefit, us, our colleagues and our patients; and most importantly why we don’t really have an option but to be critical thinkers. In Rosen’s Emergency Medicine, Chapman, et al, describes the […]

Ronnie ‘Thankful’ For Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac arrest is probably the most serious type of medical emergency. It is literally a heart-stopping event, and the chance of survival is slim. But since he came through a triple cardiac arrest earlier this year, Ronnie Lee says his life has been transformed for the better.  “If I could turn-back time and stop it […]

Emergency Medicine Education in The DRC

Author: Michael Emmerich Published in: Winter 2017 Edition of Ambulance Today Magazine The Africa Quarterly editorial discusses the challenges facing emergency medicine educators in The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The DRC is the second largest country on the African continent with a population of almost 80 million. It is a major crossroad through Africa […]

Cartwright cares

The company putting the customer at the heart of its innovative ambulance conversions It’s been just two years since Steve Shaw took over as Commercial and Operations Director at the renowned British vehicles manufacturer Cartwright Conversions. It’s hard to believe that so much has already been achieved in such a short time. Below we take […]