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Everyday EMS Ethics – Social Media and “Smart” phones?

Are “smart” phones and social media too much of a temptation for some? This Everyday EMS Ethics post looks into our ethical standards with Social Media and the Emergency Services.

Scenarios. A lot of EMS, a little Einstein

A while back ago I had a kick where I did a scenario-based EMS ethics piece that took a look at a possible situation that could be faced by some Paramedics and asked readers what they would do in that case. The response was pretty good. You should add your opinion here. I use a […]

Still more Everyday EMS Ethics – End of Life Declarations

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I’ve been on this kick lately for medical ethics in EMS. Ethics, as you might agree, are important things to have. Unfortunately, when one is looking at ethics one gets asked uncomfortable questions, like this one: Imagine you’re in the back of an ambulance with a patient on a long-distance transfer. During the transfer, the […]

Everyday Ethics for EMS Providers

Mike left a comment on the last post I wrote “EMS Politics, Medical Ethics, and… What would you do?” with a good quote that I’d like to bring the forefront of discussion: “Your next call could be your last call”. That sentence sums up something that I’ve always said about EMS quite nicely. Bravo to […]