The video speaks for itself. The dirty little secret is getting harder to hide. In_Hospital Violence Compilationv2 from DT4EMS_Kip Teitsort on Vimeo.
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Is De-escalation a myth? Exploring Escalation Control in this episode of Chronicles of a Culture Changer with Kip Teitsort, Founder of DT4EMS. There is a huge emphasis on de-escalation in emergency medicine, yet the assaults keep happening. Would it make a difference if the focus shifted to escalation control instead? . Is De-escalation in medicine […]
Winning a self-defense situation in healthcare is different than any other profession. Paramedics, nurses, and EMTs face critical decisions regarding the use of force on the job. No other person on the planet must decide if they are dealing with a patient or a criminal aggressor like those in medicine face. The self-defense technique chosen […]
. By definition, a combative patient can’t exist. That aside, the label, along with the thought process, and conviction to serve patients, nurses, medics and EMTs oftentimes find themselves connected with attackers. DT4EMS’ EVE teaches staff the ability to recognize a change in relationship. When a person is no longer to be considered a patient. […]
Self-Defense for EMS is crazy unique. EMTs and Paramedics are on some of the same scenes, dealing with some of the SAME people police officers are dealing with. The advice I was given early on (1990) was “Do whatever it takes to go home at the end of your shift.” Sounds easy enough right? Then […]
5 Things toilet paper and proper self-defense training have in common Since a lot of people talk shit about the use of force, what better analogy than using toilet paper. 5 self-defense lessons from a roll of toilet paper from DT4EMS_Kip Teitsort on Vimeo. #5) Right tool for the job – Just like TP, there are […]
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A choke is a very common attack among healthcare providers. Be it by one hand, two hands, or stethoscope. When you put aside the BS some say how they would handle it, consider that technique alone can send a person to the unemployment line. Sorry about the focus. .