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Disaster Response With Team Rubicon, Part 1

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This week on the Disaster Podcast, in part 1 of a two-part episode, we will be looking at one of the premier disaster response NGOs (non-governmental organizations) in the country and probably the world right now, Team Rubicon. Podcast co-hosts Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, and Sam Bradley are joined by long-time regular Dr. Joe Holley to chat with Dennis Clancy, Deputy Director of …

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START or SALT – Which Disaster Triage Tool is Best?

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Looking at triage mnemonic methods for disaster applications in this episode of the Disaster Podcast. Hosts Jamie Davis, the Podmedic and Sam Bradley are joined again by Dr. Joe Holley to talk about the various triage methods that are used out there when you have multiple patients to managed in a disaster event. Whether it is START or SALT, all can …

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Disaster Audience Questions, Medical Missions, and More

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Answering Audience Questions on this week’s Disaster Podcast episode. First the hosts (Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, and co-host Sam Bradley), along with Dr. Joe Holley from Paragon Medical Education Group look at the impact a relatively minor tropical depression named “Bonnie” had on the southern east coast of the U.S. recently. Then, they address some audience questions about how to …

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Middle East Disaster Response with Mad Dog Medic

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Sam Bradley got together with the Mad Dog Medic of social media fame while at EMS Today 2016 in Baltimore earlier this year. Mad Dog is a paramedic in the Middle East and he’s seen several large-scale Middle East disaster situations. Sam chats with him about how mass casualty incidents are handled in other countries with different customs and resources. …

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Evacuation Plans – Managing The Chaos During Disasters

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Evacuation plans and the decisions that go into ordering evacuations of metropolitan areas is the topic of choice today on the Disaster Podcast. In this episode, we have hosts Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, and Sam Bradley, to kick off the discussion. Also joining the call are Dr. Joe Holley from Paragon Medical Education Group, and paramedic/author B.J. Schneider (xiphosbooks.net). The discussion …

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Where Do Training Cadavers Come From?

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In this week’s episode, we look at a topic we’ve mentioned many times here on the Disaster Podcast over the last few years, but we have never really defined what we are talking about. I am referring to the use of cadavers for training and education in disaster and medical response. When we refer to the Paragon Medical Education Group’s …

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Trek Medics World-Wide Response Assistance – Part 2

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This week on the show we bring you part two of the two-part episode with Jason Friesen from TrekMedics.org. Trek Medics International is a 501c3-registered nonprofit organization dedicated to improving emergency medical systems in communities without reliable access to emergency care. They make their services available to all communities, regardless of race, religion or creed. Trek Medics started as a loose-knit collection …

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Trek Medics EMS Response For People Everywhere – Part 1

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This week on the show we bring you part one of the two-part episode with Jason Friesen from TrekMedics.org. Trek Medics International is a 501c3-registered nonprofit organization dedicated to improving emergency medical systems in communities without reliable access to emergency care. They make their services available to all communities, regardless of race, religion or creed. Trek Medics started as a loose-knit …

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Cuba, Community Disaster Preparedness – Part 2

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This week on the Disaster Podcast we pick up with part 2 of the segment on Cuban community disaster preparedness started last week. Barbara Morita is a physician assistant and Federal DMAT team member who developed a relationship with disaster and preparedness teams in the island nation of Cuba. She found that Cuba had a strong citizen preparedness level when …

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Cuba, Community Disaster Preparedness – Part 1

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This week on the Disaster Podcast we take a look at how other countries prepare their populations for disasters. Barbara Morita is a physician assistant and Federal DMAT team member who developed a relationship with disaster and preparedness teams in the island nation of Cuba. She found that Cuba had a strong citizen preparedness level when compared to nearby areas …

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