Travis discusses highlights of 2 important mil med meetings in the past month: TCCC Committee and the Military Health Services Research Symposium.
Mike Lauria is a Med student, prior STS PJ turned Flight Medic. He discusses his experiences as they would be relevant to special needs populations during disaster response and his transition to becoming a Flight Medic which is another great career option if you want to stay operational.
Look into Kyle Faudree's training if you are interested in becoming a flight medic at www.iamed.us
On this September 11 we remember our fallen and honor our police, fire and EMS first responders, and Nation's warriors.
Keep our PJs and others operating right now in response to Hurricane Irma.
Doc Fedor adds a few notes on RSA.
In light of civil SAR at Harvey and Irma, we introduce some of the issues surrounding special needs populations.
Look for the Winter Pararescue Foundation ski tour in the Rockies if you need some decompression, or know someone who does.
Support your foundation at pararescuefoundation.org
Doc Fedor is a civilian Emergency Medicine and EMS Doc who is the Director of the Schoolhouse Paramedic Program. He discusses rapid sequence airway. A technique unique and specific to pre-hospital medicine in which the patient receives a sedative and paralytic, and a supra-glottic device is intentionally placed.
There are a few slots left for the PJNY Med Course this fall and winter. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org
When you go for recert courses after this year make sure the new NREMT NCCP standards are met. Your Team has this memo.
GREAT WORK AT HARVEY- BE SAFE WITH IRMA-
THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE!