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The Real MCIs in Our Systems with Dr. Neal Richmond (part 2)

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Dr. Neal Richmond, MD In the second half of the call that started in part one last week, Dr. Neal Richmond discusses an example of understanding the real mechanics and psychological aspects of working in the field out of a classroom. He discusses helping providers understand the tiny incremental changes they need to implement to improve something like cardiac arrest …

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The Real MCIs in Our Systems with Dr. Neal Richmond (part 1)

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Dr. Neal Richmond, MD Dr. Neal Richmond comes on the show this week in part one of a two-part episode to share his outlook on emergency response to disasters and mass casualty incidents (MCIs). He started his work with EMS in New York City when he became associated with FDNY. Then he moved to Louisville, Kentucky to help with medical …

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National Disaster Social Media Training and Technology Resources

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Guest Chris Tarantino comes on the Disaster Podcast to talk about his work with social media and technology advances with the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center at https://ndptc.hawaii.edu. Chris is one of the instructors who teaches classes around the country for local emergency and disaster managers on social media and the future of technology in disaster and emergency response. He shares his …

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First Responder Suicide Awareness with Dan Maguire

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In this episode, we have a special visit from Dan Maguire from CISM Perspectives on the show. Dan is one of the preeminent experts on the topic of critical incident stress management (CISM) and line of duty death (LODD). He talks with co-hosts Jamie Davis, the Podmedic and Sam Bradley about the increased incidence of first responder and public safety suicide. …

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Grand Canyon National Park Search and Rescue Part 2

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We return this week for part two of our episode interview on preparedness and prehospital care with Dr. Drew Harrell, medical director for the Grand Canyon National Park. Their service deals with rough terrain, swift water rescues, rabid animal outbreaks, high angle rescue, air lifts and more. They have serious challenges that put them almost always at an extreme distance …

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Grand Canyon National Park Search and Rescue Part 1

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We are going to bring you a potpourri of topics to start off this episode. We start off with Kyle Nelson’s weekly weather report on a rash of tornadoes sweeping through the lower midwest the week we recorded this episode. Then we chat briefly with B.J. Schneider about a drunk driver careening into crowds on a Mardi Gras parade route …

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Trek Medics Update – SMS EMS Dispatch for the Third World

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In this episode, Disaster Podcast co-hosts Jamie Davis and Sam Bradley are joined by Jason Friesen, the founder of Trek Medics International. Trek Medics is a non-profit organization that focuses on providing access to emergency medical services in third world countries. Trek Medics started as a loose-knit collection of your every-day responders — paramedics, EMTs, nurses, and doctors — who …

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More Joplin Tornado Review with Dr. Brian Froelke

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Dr Brian Froelke On the show this week we have a return visit from Dr. Brian Froelke from Missouri to do a follow-up episode from our recent episode with Tamara Heiner about the resilient women of Joplin. Also joining us on the show is our resident weather expert, Kyle Nelson (@wxKyleNelson) to talk about the disaster weather outlook and news …

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Event EMS Care at X-Games with Kyle Nelson

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On this episode, we are joined by Kyle Nelson ( https://twitter.com/wxkylenelson ) our resident weather expert and ski patrol member, and also BJ Schneider, paramedic, author, and the host of his own podcast the Words Off The Street Podcast. http://wordsoffthestreet.com Kyle kicks off with a look at the weather report in disaster situations including the recent New Orleans tornado situations the week previous …

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Joplin Tornado: Women Facing Disaster with Tamara Heiner

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On tonight’s episode, we are joined by author Tamara Hart Heiner, author of “Tornado Warning: The Extraordinary Women of Joplin.” Co-host Sam Bradley found this excellent book written by Tamara, a romance fiction author who lived near Joplin during the storm. After the EF-5 Tornado struck Joplin, Tamara wanted to offer some measure of support and decided to interview other …

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