This resource is a supplement to the “Challenges of Bariatric Care” podcast episode found HERE.
We were honored to have Kevin Landers from WBNS 10 TV join us for this episode. Our goal with the episode is to dispell some of the preconceived notions that sometimes exist between public safety personnel and the media.
Kevin explained what happens behind the scenes when breaking news occurs. We discussed how he gathers information, plans interviews, and works with the editors in the “news room” to produce news stories that are timely and accurate. Kevin also explained that the media has a desire to work with public safety officials acting as a resource to get important information to the public.
MedFlight Flight Paramedic/Respiratory Therapist Woody Schubert stopped by to discuss how he prepared for the FP-C Exam. He also shared his experience and gave some pointers in regards to sitting for the exam.
If you have experience taking the exam or can share some ideas on preperation please let us know at MedFlightRadio.com
Stay tuned for Part 2 of Discussing the FP-C/CCP-C Exam
**Medflight does NOT endorse or recommend any particular exam preperation curriculum, class, or publications**
We were honored to be invited to Riverside Methodist Hospital to talk with Dr. Janet Bay and Nate Jennings about the current trends in stroke care and recognition. Dr. Bay explained what causes a stroke and how Ohiohealth cares for those patients.
We also discussed the Advanced Stroke Life Support class that Ohiohealth offers to prehospital as well as hospital clinicians. This class is offered in partnership with The University of Miami and covers patient management, pathophysilogy,and current trends in stroke care.
Check out the 2014 OhioHealth Neuroscience Symposium on May 9, 2014 at Greater Columbus Convenetion Center.
Nate Jennings – (614)566-2528 Nathan.Jennings@ohiohealth.com
On November 8, 2009, Rob Kopp received a phone call that no parent ever expects… His son, Nick, was critically-injured in a motorcycle accident and was being transported by a MedFlight helicopter to the trauma center at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
In this episode you will hear about that day…. how a highly trained critical-care team cared for Nick, how his family rallied around him, and about the challenges Nick would face on his long road to recovery.
We thank the Kopp Family for sitting down with us and sharing their story. Please visit medflightradio.com for pictures and other show notes from this episode.
In this episode we were pleased to be joined by Dr. Howie Mell the Medical Director for Newark Fire, Dr. David Evans with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, as well as Capt. Bolte and Capt. Smith with Newark Fire.
This episode covers:
- TXA Basics
- How TXA was introduced to EMS
- Crash 2 Study and the MATTERs Study
- Indications, Contraindications, Administration, etc.
We are very excited to be able to offer CE’s with this episode. After listening to the ENTIRE episode follow the link below to access the quiz. Once the quiz is passed with a minimum of an 80% your CE certificate will be immediatly available.
We would love to see discussion on Twitter! If you decide to discuss this interview or TXA please use #MRTXA.
Thank you for your continued support for this podcast and PLEASE keep the feedback coming. Everyone stay safe!!
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