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It’s no secret that ambulance crews rely heavily on technology to support their daily work lives. More and more, they are turning towards rugged, stronger devices in order to withstand the often harsh environments which they operate in Read More…

“Waiting on a Friend”

Author: Jerry Overton Published in Spring 2019 Edition of Ambulance Today Magazine In this column, Jerry Overton- who is viewed by many world EMS and healthcare leaders as one of the best when it comes to improving ambulance systems globally- gives his opinion on the allocation of funding in theEMS system. He identifies some of […]

MDA Education: The skills to save a life

Published in: Summer 2018 Edition of Ambulance Today Magazine Magen David Adom (MDA), Israel’s National EMS organisation and Blood Services provider, is also Israel’s largest volunteer organisation. On its way to gaining this formidable title, MDA has taken upon itself the vital role of educating not only its employees in basic and advanced life-saving skills, […]

Healthier happier staff = healthier patients

Author: Alan Lofthouse Published in: Summer 2018 Edition of Ambulance Today Magazine At the end of 2014, and early 2015, we went through a period of industrial action in the NHS over pay involving two 4-hour stoppages. In the ambulance sector, many staff were not prepared to come to work, even under emergency life and […]