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This is the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast, the official Podcast for the National Association of EMS Physician's (NAEMSP) journal, Prehospital Emergency Care. This bimonthly podcast contains in depth interviews with manuscript authors and engaging commentary from EMS physicians Dr. Hawnwan Moy, Dr. Scott Goldberg, Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda, and Dr. Joelle Donofrio.
 
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Happy Thanksgiving! Despite the tough year, we are grateful for our PEC family: Scott Goldberg, Jeremiah Escajeda, Joelle Donofrio-Odmann, Lekshmi Kumar, Maia Dorsett, Phil Moy, and most importantly our listeners. THANK YOU for being part of our family! For this episode, the PEC podcast team reviews the PEC Journal Volume 24 Number 5 where we have …
 
Hi folks! . In this episode I announce my resignation after 15yrs with Royal Flying Doctor Service, Queensland section. I chat about a prehospital ketamine study from QUeensland as well as the upcoming Diploma in Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine Show notes: Diploma in Prehospital and Retrieval medicine Ketamine as a rescue treatment for severe ac…
 
October Smallbatch! The PEC podcast team discusses the manuscript Potential Impact of C-STAT for Prehospital Stroke Triage up to 24 Hours on a Regional Stroke System with the authors: James Li MD @jamesli_17 Jason McMullan MD Opeolu Adeoye MD Download and check it out today! As always THANK YOU for listening! Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Sco…
 
As you prepare to wander amongst the falling red and orange leaves, put on your headphones and have the pec podcast team keep you company with the latest Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast! In episode 85, the PEC podcast team covers predictive hypotensive scoring systems, disaster triage tools, and other manuscripts within the Prehospital Emergency…
 
Happy September! The PEC podcast team begins September with a review of the PEC Journal Volume 24 Number 3. In this podcast, we cover stroke systems of care, falls scoring systems, and much more! Download and check it out today! Click here to download now! As always THANK YOU for listening! Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Scott Goldberg MD, MPH…
 
PEC Podcast Smallbatch! For this episode, the PEC podcast team delves into difficult, but a much-needed conversation that our nation is having today. Diversity and implicit bias. We start with an interview with return guest Remle Crowe Ph.D. @rpcrowe and her manuscript Females and Minority Racial/Ethnic Groups Remain Underrepresented in Emergency M…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode 82 Small-batch Our newest host, Dr. Maia Dorsett, takes a deep dive in the Prehospital Emergency Care Manuscript: Homeless Shelter Users and Their Experiences as EMS Patients: A Qualitative Study with the authors William Leggio EdD NRP Clinical Operations Officer Austin/Travis County EMS Michael Miller EdD…
 
Dr Paul Peake & Dr Tony Harrington ( on winch harness) Hi folks! . In this episode I have a good chat to Dr Tony Harrington, a retired emergency physician, on the 1980s era in Queensland and evolution of retrieval medicine & emergency medicine. Show notes: Dr Tony Harrington MBBS, FRACGP, DA,RCS (Eng) FACEM, OAM (Retired) It is interesting to refle…
 
Dr Marcus Kennedy, author of The Cut Hi folks! . In this episode I have a good chat to Dr Marcus Kennedy about his new fictional book The Cut and his career in retrieval medicine in Australia. Show notes: Click here to go to author website and read more about The Cut! Click here to read more about Oxford Specialist handbook of Retrieval Medicine Po…
 
PEC Podcast Episode 81 To help pass the time in the hot humid dog days of summer, check out our latest PEC podcast where we talk about the exciting manuscripts in the Prehospital Journal Volume 24 No. 2! We've also had some changes in personnel. Our very own Dr. Donofrio-Odmann has taken a sabbatical as she is a new mother! But fear not! We have tw…
 
We are in this together PEC Podcast Episode 80 "When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, 'Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.' ~Mister Rogers During these difficult times, we must remember to support and lean on each other. While the stories from medics, nurses, and physici…
 
Dr Ilikini Naitini ED reg (grey scrubs) Dr Jemesa Matalau(ICU reg front left) Senior ED Nurse Emi Raceva en route to Rotuma for 2 trauma patients in commercial aircraft Hi folks! Dr Anne Creaton talks to Dr Ilikini Naitini on the development of retrieval medicine in Fiji . Show notes: Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) https://media.blubrry.co…
 
Happy EMS Week!!! The PEC Podcast team is proud to celebrate EMS week with you! In honor of your commitment to your community and dedication to your craft, we celebrate your hard work with a very special story that exemplifies Emergency Medical Services. The mini-Dunkirk event of Jamaica Queens Hospital patients was an amazing rescue effort compose…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode 78 PEC Journal Vol. 24 No. 1 Hello COVID fighters! As the COVID marathon continues, the PEC podcast team is committed to bringing you compelling podcasts centered around our mission: To have fun and engaging discussions about the most up to date research published in the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal.…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode 77 Small batch "History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes" With our incessant meetings, nonstop planning, and fear of the unknown during this COVID pandemic, many feel that we are improvising on the spot. When in reality we are using the past to help us deal with the present. We look to the 1918 I…
 
All the feels in Australia right now…2020 has been tough and it’s only April Passing the baton of hope #Covid_19australia #bushfires Artwork credit:https://t.co/GfkMwAeKJy pic.twitter.com/zdAfi7XfiZ — Dr Alyce Wilson (@AlyceNWilson) April 9, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Hi folks! I chat about the new world order of COVID19 and how i…
 
PEC Podcast Episode 76: Lesson's Learned from Seattle WA The PEC podcast team and NAEMSP understand that all of us are being called upon to serve our communities during these extraordinary times. We understand the strain of changing guidelines, the fear of exposure to you and your family, and the stress of increasing patient volumes. While we don’t…
 
It's that time of year when the PEC Podcast team does some spring cleaning! For the past three month's we've highlighted other podcasts and featured our podcast collaboration (Thanks @JeffJarvis @Ritu Sahni @ Mike Verkest @DECAL crew!) Well, it's time to get back to our regularly scheduled program and catch up! We bring you our PEC Podcast Volume 2…
 
Happy Leap Year! Not only is it leap year, but it appears that Punxsutawney Phil didn't see his shadow! Early spring for all! :) As you know, the PEC podcast aims to highlight EMS research brought to you by the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal. We also hope that our podcast educates all levels of EMS by bringing lively conversations about crucial…
 
HAPPY NEW YEARS! We hope you are celebrating 2020 at the NAEMSP National Conference in sunny San Diego. If you're around, stop by and say hi to the PEC podcast team! We teamed up with our brand new podcast partners Mike Verkest (@MikeVerkest) and Dr. Ritu Sahni (@MD59) of the Second Shift Podcast and Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis (@DrJeffJarvis) of the EMS Li…
 
Happy New Years Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Listeners! We hope 2019 left you with nostalgic memories and 2020 will bring you good fortune and heartwarming experiences. The PEC podcast team has been working hard over the past month to bring in 2020 with new research and new partnerships (stay tuned for that!) Let's ring in the new year for wh…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Happy Thanksgiving PEC podcast listeners! We are truly thankful for YOU, our audience, for listening to our podcast over the past 5 years and your service to your community. THANK YOU for listening. So while you're waiting for your turkey to roast, check out our latest podcast of the Prehospital Emergency Care Jou…
 
Hi folks! I chat to Flight MICA paramedic Darren Hodge about his new book : A Life on the Line Show notes: Links: info@darrenhodge.com Web: https://www.darrenhodge.com Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) https://media.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/content.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/PHARM-2019-11-22-238.mp3 Right Click and Choose Save-as to…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Small-batch Episode! This month's small-batch features the manuscript: Executive Summary of Educational Content from EMS Agenda 2050 with the authors: William Leggio EdD, NRP & Marianne Gausche-Hill MD, FACEP, FAAP, FAEMS @mgauschehill We hope you enjoy this episode and... Click here to download now! As always THA…
 
Happy Halloween PEC Podcast listeners! While the PEC Podcast team has been working hard on several episodes coming in the following weeks, we're bringing back our 2018 Halloween special to help set the mood. If you haven't listened to this one, check it out and try not to get FREAKED OUT!!! As always THANK YOU for listening! Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (…
 
Hi folks! I chat about penetrating trauma in remote care this episode Show notes: The slides to go with podcast Penetrating torso trauma in remote Oz Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) [https://media.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/content.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/PHARM-2019-10-16-237.mp3] Right Click and Choose Save-as to Download the Po…
 
Hi folks!Long time friend of the show, paramedic Ben Gilmour is back to talk about his new book! Show notes: (From Ben) Some links, I guess these: Review of The Gap in the Canberra Times https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6344752/the-gap-is-a-poignant-glimpse-into-the-trials-of-an-ambos-life/ Article on paramedic mental health in SMH here https…
 
Happy Fall PEC Podcast listeners! As September winds to a close and the days are getting shorter, PEC Podcast Episode 68 is here to keep you company! In this episode, we review the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 23 Number 4 where we talk all about Dr. Joelle Donofrio's review of PEC's Pediatric EMS research, Dr. Scott Goldberg's "Punch t…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Smallbatch! In this small batch we interview Paramedic Michael Bachman @bachmanpds about his research manuscript: Evaluation of an Integrated Rescue Task Force Model for Active Threat Response Click here to download today! We hope you enjoy this podcast and THANK YOU for listening! Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodca…
 
The colleagues of Loretto Harvey, who died while competing in the Townsville Triathlon Festival last weekend say she was caring and selfless. The 50-year-old was well known for her nursing role at the Rural Flying Doctor Service. Report on 7NEWS at 6pm. #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/mVIhEwxPLk — 7NEWS Townsville (@7NewsTownsville) August 30, 2019 https://…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Small-batch In this small-batch, we cover the very serious issue of suicidality in EMS. We talk with the authors of the PEC manuscript Death by Suicide—The EMS Profession Compared to the General Public Neil Vigil @neilvigil and Dr. Bentley Bobrow @McGovernMedEM Click here to download today! We hope you enjoy this …
 
Oh! I got this script as a tattoo. Sorry my scars kind of show in the image, I didn’t realize they would. Anyway…I love this idea. @silv24 gave it to me. “You should know you’re not alone.” pic.twitter.com/T0VowF5qsx — Mitochondrial Eve (@browofjustice) July 16, 2019 Hi folks! Show notes: Burnout recognised by WHO in new ICD11 as workplace/occupati…
 
The Heat is here! While you're inside trying to stay cool or floating around in the pool, why don't you catch up with the latest Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode 65! In this episode, your PEC podcast team highlights the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 23 Number 3. We cover topics like: Feasibility of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arre…
 
PEC Podcast Small Batch Interview! Have you ever heard of the dangerous Gorilla Grip ventilation technique? In this Small Batch, the PEC podcast crew discusses ventilation and the gorilla grip with: Jeffrey Siegler MD @JeffreySiegler Melissa Kroll MD @Krollomd about their manuscript Can EMS Providers Provide Appropriate Tidal Volumes in a Simulated…
 
Hi folks! Show notes: Addendum to podcast : Thankyou for providing me the opportunity! I have listened to the podcast and there is one amendment needing to be made which relates to the errors- syringe swap what I meant to say was… Routine practice is to prepare Rocuronium (100 mg) in a 10 ml syringe, and Ketamine (200 mg) in a 20 ml syringe. In one…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Small Batch! The PEC Podcast team has decided to switch up our format! We will now provide our interviews in a small batch format so our listeners can get more depth and perspective out of our conversations with our hard-working EMS researchers! Our first Small Batch of this type is with Laurel O'Connor MD University of M…
 
UBC professor finds ketamine alleviates acute pain during ambulance rides – UBC Faculty of Medicine https://t.co/wQyU9JcNAZ — Minh Le Cong (@ketaminh) June 20, 2019 The Gene Benoit Hi folks! Show notes: Media coverage – ketamine for pain Prehospital Analgesia With Intranasal Ketamine (PAIN-K): A Randomized Double-Blind Trial in Adults Follow these …
 
Summer is here! After a busy EMS week celebrating our prehospital providers, Stop the Bleed, EMS Education, and Pediatric EMS we now return to our regularly scheduled program. In this podcast, the PEC podcast team covers the most up to date articles in the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 23, Number 2. Click here to download now! We hope y…
 
Hi folks! A reading of an article on thiopentone at Pearl Harbour! Show notes: The Legacy of the Anaesthesia ‘Events’ at Pearl Harbor, 7th December 1941. Med Ed Stuff and Nonsense podcast Follow @inquisitveGyn and @GongGasGirl Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) https://media.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/content.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast…
 
Happy EMS Week: Stop the Bleed Day To finish up EMS week, Dr. Scott Goldberg @EMS_Boston of the PEC Podcast team delves into the beginnings, evolution, and significance of the Stop the Bleed campaign with the one and only... Richard Hunt MD @RichardHuntMD Senior Medical Advisor of the Health and Human Services Click here to download now! We hope yo…
 
Happy EMS Children's day! To continue our celebration of EMS Week Peds Day, the PEC Podcast team brings to you a fascinating discussion about EMS for Children, a program aimed at reducing child and youth mortality and morbidity resulting from severe illness or trauma. In this discussion, our very own Dr. Joelle Donofrio (@PEMEMS) talks with EMS Ped…
 
Happy EMS Week! To all our EMS friends, THANK YOU for all that you do. In honor of education Monday of EMS week, we give you a conversation with some of EMS' rising stars in education. We analyze their methods, philosophy, and love of education. The PEC podcast team proudly presents its interview with EMS educators Ginger Locke @gingerlockeatx of @…
 
Vera Scantlebury (later Scantlebury-Brown) and Rachel Champion (later Shaw) were two of the first women graduates of the University of Melbourne Medical School. They are pictured here serving at London’s Endell Street Military Hospital, in WW1. Picture: Imperial War Museum . This image and contents of podcast are reproduced here under this Creative…
 
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