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PJ Medcast

PJ MEDCAST are the podcasts for PJ MED (Pararescue Medicine). Besides PJs, these podcasts may be useful to other Military, Law Enforcement and Civilian Medical Personnel involved in Tactical and Technical Rescue Medicine, and other facets of Operational Medicine. PJs may document the time they spend listening to podcasts as training for their training folders, and also apply towards Paramedic Recertification. This podcast represents the positions of the authors and may not represent the offical position of the Department of the Defense or the United States Government.
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Jun 2, 2021

Thanks to NAR and NAR Doctor I will record and release some of the great instagram content from NAR DOCTOR to increase circulation for operational medical education and SA.

 

Jun 2, 2021

Chief AK discusses coming to after the explosion, getting treated, and what it's like to Operate after having been hit. On top of this, AK shares several insights into being a PJ, and the importance of starting from optimal physical and mental strength, so you can press when you need to.

May 27, 2021

More treatment, exhaustion, transition to a new team from CONUS to assume recovery ops.

May 27, 2021

Chief, recently retired, was one of 6 PJs on site for the attack on the Khobar Towers 25 JUN 1996 in Saudi Arabia during Operation Southern Watch. There were 19 deaths and 498 injured making this one of the largest Military Mass Casualty Responses.

This is an exceptional discussion starting with his career over 31 years and a snapshot into PJ Ops over these 3 decades.

He then discusses living through the blast and beginning to search and triage, organize, treat, then support the AF Doc for hours of treating casualties.

This is riveting, informative, and a document of the largest military MCI that I am aware of.

May 17, 2021

Hear this awesome story of service by a Ranger Medic and how he benefitted from Call Sign Canine.

Please share widely and consider supporting Call Sign Canine.

callsigncanine.org

THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE

 

May 14, 2021

Hear this inspiring story of a private citizen stepping up to provide a great service to our community. How it began, and the devotion to SOF Veterans in need. She has provided ~30 dogs to many different SOF Veterans agnostic to branch of service.

Service dogs and Veterans are matched, and trained for specific support functions in addition to the natural bond that develops.

Please support, share with family and friends who love dogs.

callsigncanine.org 

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May 12, 2021

The first in a special series on the work JT Gabriel has done as a private patriot supporting SOF Veterans with specialized service dogs for a range of needs in all branches of SOF and related organizations.


please share widely with all Operators, encourage family and friends to support callsigncanine.org. 

May 12, 2021

listen to this series of remarkable and inspiring podcasts. Share widely with the SOF community.

Encourage family and friends to support at

callsigncanine.org

 

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May 5, 2021

Max and Morgan do a great job with the DUSTOFF MEDIC Podcast. We recorded this with USN CAPT Walrath and USA COL Smith. I am proud to be amongst these great Physician Leaders and happy to share this episode of the DUSTOFF Medic Podcast.

Please subscribe and support these guys- they are true professionals and dedicated medical providers. We are lucky in the DOD to have them.

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Apr 28, 2021

Scotty is a dynamic and brilliant instructor. He is passionate and entertaining. But most importantly, he has created teaching methods for invasive life saving procedures and anatomy training that captivate his students while learning a ton.

Scotty educates civilian and military medics.

But perhaps a unique attribute and accomplishment which has been a profound contribution to our community is that Scotty is a co-inventer of the EZ IO.

Listen to this dynamic podcast in which Scotty poetically discusses methods to maximize your training.

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Apr 19, 2021

Good money

Great for prolonged care training

Excellent clinical experience

EMAIL-  recruiting@rvtsolutions.com

We will be discussing this, and another option shortly.

Great news! Increasing opportunities for Medics to contract and make a difference at home, or new transitioning opportunities.
This is the beginning of Domestic healthcare recognizing what our SOF and MIL Medics can bring to the fight at home.

 

 

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Apr 14, 2021

See the open source coverage in the media on the Alaska heli ski crash 29 AMR 21

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/29/us/helicopter-crash-alaska.html

 

Excellent AAR and discussion of key points:

Search

Terrain

Crash site

Avalanche

ORM

Survivor care

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Apr 13, 2021

Some personal experiences with our analgesia protocols.

Lessons learned and foot stomps from recent training.

Shock protocol- 2 lines, TXA, Blood, calcium. Hang 2 units of blood!

Support CallSignCanine.org service dogs for SOF, upcoming podcast with PJ Augie!

New Alaska mish about to hit

New podcast with Joey and Chaney. Contracting opportunities on CONUS-direct patient care- hit up recruitingrvtsolutions.com

 

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Feb 17, 2021

Doc R was a Ranger turned Emergency Medicine Doc- went on to become a Ranger Bat and SOAR Bat Doc, then SOAR Med Director.

Great story, discussion of memorable missions and lessons learned. Then we focus on tips for medics, med directors and in flight medical operations.

Doc R shares his unique perspective as a Ranger turned SOF Doc with insightful advice and mentorship.

Doc R can now be found training various SOF Teams.

TOML

Feb 10, 2021

Background intel presented re: change proposals for advanced airway management and sTBI.

This is background only, no changes have been made for TCCC guidelines on this yet.

Continue to use current guidelines or your med director's guidance.

Feb 4, 2021

Keto, paleo, traditional, etc.

Sam reviews the different options that are popular now.

in the end, try to eat real food. Reduce or eliminate processed food and refined sugar.

More to follow later...

 

 

Jan 29, 2021

Our PJ schoolhouse Doc, Doc Gray, talks about the lethal diamond, Calcium, and a great discussion about an aspect of resuscitation.


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Jan 21, 2021

Please sign up for this great organization which supports military families.

Lots of great benefits and opportunities for you and your family, as well as support in times of need. This organization exists to support you!

Please share this widely with mil members.

https://bluestarfam.org

 

 

Jan 12, 2021

Doc Johnston is  back for part 2

 

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Jan 5, 2021

Dr Emily Johnston is an Emergency Medicine Physician, High Altitude Mountain Guide, and civilian instructor for the Military Mountain Medicine Program with Col (RET) Wedmore.

She discusses the latest on altitude illness and treatment, with many practical tips.


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Dec 28, 2020

https://www.benning.army.mil/infantry/amws/

 

This is great stuff. This Senior Medic talks about lessons learned from the Army Mountain Warfare Center in Jericho, VT.

These practical and wise LLs are relatable to all of combat medicine.

1- be present in the moment and thrive

2-cut weight where it makes sense, knowledge weighs nothing

3-while being present, look ahead. Understand the consequence of every choice you make

4-be able to improvise, but don't make it your plan

5-understand why you are there and crush that role

Look them up and go train with them! Check out the rough evacuation courses and critical care in the mountains.

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Dec 16, 2020

Dr. David Hirschwerk is an Infectious Disease specialist at North Shore University Hospital on Long Island, which is an educational partner of the 103rd Rescue Squadron.

We are in our second wave, over 300,000 deaths and the vaccine came out this week. 

Dr. Hirschwerk discusses how we got here and what we have learned.


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