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Sleep: The most important part of the day

We live in a fast-paced society. Everything needs to be done now, and there's always more we have to do. Multitasking is now the norm, and it's even more hectic when kids are added to the mix. Sound familiar? Being able to do it all is good, but to do it all at the expense...

source: By Jeff White
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They will fly in to help those in serious medical trouble in remote areas. A group of Squamish-based paramedics, doctors and rescue professionals is banding together to form a new organization that will bring advanced life support to the Sea to Sky Corridor, by helicopter....

source: Squamish Chief

Hastings-Quinte Emergency Services Committee is joining the fight against a provincial government pilot project that would increase firefighter response to medical calls. The province is proposing to fund two pilot projects to enable firefighters certified as paramedics...

source: Quinte News

Jennifer Jetsy says it was the call of her career. The North Sydney advanced-care paramedic was 10 days into a three-week stint helping battle the devastating wildfires in British Columbia when her dispatcher told her there was...

source: Cape Breton Post

Gunmen have stormed an office belonging to a paramedic group in Syria, killing seven of its members and stealing two vehicles and other equipment. The Syrian Civil Defence group, more commonly known known as the While Helmets, said in a statement that the attack took place...

source: Belfast Telegraph

The recent article by Kevin Klauer entitled "Innovative Staffing in Emergency Departments: The Role of Midlevel Providers" made no mention of the role of emergency department (ED)-based paramedics in the provision of emergency care....

source: Cambridge University Press

Manitoba's overhaul of rural emergency medical services is getting backing from the Paramedic Association of Manitoba. Announced by Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen in June, the changes to the system will see 23 EMS stations close, but will see five new ones open. While the...

source: Winnipeg Sun

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