In this episode we talk about some of the latest news with the Ebola virus and we bring you a short case study on an illness sometimes called Broken Heart Syndrome. Thanks for tuning in!!
We take this opportunity to honor those who have died in the line of duty serving their community as well as their country. Whether in the fire service, EMS, law enforcement, or in the military, THANK YOU for what you do! NEVER FORGET!
MedFlight’s Exposure Control Liaison, Karen Swecker, joined us on the show to talk about the latest information available on the Ebola virus. We discussed the current recomendations from the CDC on BSI precautions, how to disinfect, and what symptoms you should watch out for. We also talked about the Enterovirus (EV-D86) and what to watch out for.
To wrap up this episode we are bringing you another short pediatric case study from Dr. Ann Dietrich.
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We were honored to have Randy and Kaye Mains join us on the program. Randy is the author of 4 books dealing with aviation safety and crew resource management. He has been an advocate for aviation safety for over 20 years.
In this episode, Randy and Kaye talked about their journey through the years and where they see aviation safety going in the future.
Liz Reeves and Anthony Fleming with Vanderbilt LifeFlight stopped by our booth at AMTC 2014. They talked about the 30 year anniversary of their program as well as available employment opportunities with Vanderbilt LifeFlight.
I recorded this quick episode during a lecture I did at AMTC 2014. The lecture covered the basics of podcasting and I demonstrated to my audience how technology can help in creating content and releasing content.
Jordan Owen with Haiti Air Ambulance stopped by our booth at AMTC 2014. Jordan is the Operations Manager as well as a flight paramedic for the program. We discussed the how Haiti Air was started and what the future holds for the program.
Also we discussed the volunteer opportunities available for flight crew members that are a part of a CAMTS accredited program. This opportunity allows current clinicians to fly with Haiti Air providing patient care for 7 days. If you are interested please contact Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to day 2 of AMTC 2014!! Stop by and say high to Amanda and I. We are so excited to have met some fans and we look foward to meeting all of you.
Dr John Pakeila from Akron General Medical Center stopped by the MedFlight Radio booth at ATMC 2014to talk about his lecture dealing with mechanism of injury.
We were very honored to be joined by Terry Palmer from the Helicopter Flight Training Center in Shreveport, LA. Terry is the Training Center Director and sat down with us to talk about an exciting new venture that is being developed at the Training Center. Visit www.metroaviation.com for more information!! Thanks Terry for joining us.