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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 – Gkemtp(it) is born

I’ve been on this kick lately for medical ethics in EMS. So, I’ve decided that “Everyday EMS Ethics” is going to be a featured area on my blog. I think that It’s annoying my wife Gkemtb who, by the way, is starting Paramedic school today and is now becoming Gkemtp(it). The (it) means, “in training”. […]

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 […]