EVE4HP

EVE Fire & EMS

To empower cultural and behavioral modification through the enforcement of exemplary customer service, reasonability, and industry best practices that yield a reduction in employer liability and culminate in an increase employee safety and security.

Focus: All levels of pre-hospital providers & firefighters

Length: 16 Hour (Two Day Course)

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EVE4HP

EVE4HP

Escaping Violent Encounters for Healthcare Providers

The health care industry leads all other sectors in the incidence of nonfatal workplace assaults,
and the emergency department is a particularly vulnerable setting. Workplace violence is a significant occupational hazard facing emergency nurses- ENA

Focus: All levels of the in-hospital/home-health patient care setting (RN,LPN,MD,Techs,CNA)

Length: 8-hours

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Specialized Courses

Specialized Courses

DT4EMS has several special courses available.
EVE4Women- Women's Course (Ages 13 & Up)
EVE4EP- Educational Professionals (School Staff)
EVEAdvanced- Advanced Skills Course (PreReqs)
EVEInstructor- Instructor Programs

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Culture = Changed! Watch the video and see what we mean!

Kip Teitsort had his ambulance car-jacked while loaded with a patient. You can read Kip’s account of the violent encounter HERE. That is just part of the story! It is what happens in the weeks, months and years after the fact that bring inspiration to those in EMS/Fire and the emergency department setting! Instead of […]

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R.A.C.E.-2-R.E.A.C.T.

    R.A.C.E.-2-R.E.A.C.T.   R.A.C.E. (recognize, analyze, calculate, execute) is an acronym that will help you understand what must happen in order for you to “react” to a given stimulus. In the following piece, we will be discussing how R.A.C.E. applies to mental sharpness for self-defense. R.A.C.E. will occur very rapidly. The more you practice […]

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Various Quotes on Images That Make Our Point in DT4EMS’ EVE

Click on an image to enlarge it.             We have all heard the jokes about “O2 Therapy” as a self-defense response. If not “reasonable” in selection the provider will find themselves unemployed and possibly in jail. Train for the probabilities, not the possibilities. It’s more than just the physical skills. […]

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Violence in Emergency Medical Service and the Need for Training

Below is an unedited paper written by Stephen Beauter, EMT-B for an effective essay writing class. I liked it and thought it would make a great blog post. Enjoy. Oh, BTW, he got an “A”. RELATED: Persuasive Speech on DT4EMS Violence in Emergency Medical Service and the Need for Training Walking to the door of […]

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Room to Fear

In the following guest Blog post, Thad Torix from 417EVE.com brings up a great point about the deposition. Although neither of us are attorneys, nor do we claim to be… we have both been there. The title is Room to Fear, but remember what we say in class… train for what you fear. When you […]

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Custody or Care; What is the Role of Emergency Medicine?

Custody or Care; What is the Role of  Emergency Medicine? (Cooperative, inter-agency communication and training can solve a lot of these issues) RELATED: JADED Kip Teitsort, EMT-P Founder, DT4EMS Have you ever been a witness to, been a part of, or heard peers discuss witnessing or being a part of any of the following: A […]

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Culture Change – One Medic’s Perspective

The following is from Thad S. Torix. A fellow police officer/paramedic who is now a DT4EMS Instructor.   I met Kip Teitsort in 2008 when I became a police officer after spending over a decade in EMS.  Kip stood out immediately as a trainer with unparalleled intensity, while also displaying humility.  I had received hundreds […]

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DT4EMS Instructor “Spotlight”

DT4EMS Instructor Spotlight: Jeff McMullen For this first of many instructor spotlight posts, I want to introduce you to Jeff McMullen from Denver. Jeff and I met face to face for the first time when he attended an instructor course hosted by a hospital in West Virginia. Jeff and I had talked about DT4EMS on the […]

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Why They Don’t Have a Pub at the Hospital; Drunk is Not Sick, Sick is Sick.

(Cooperative, inter-agency communication and training can solve a lot of these issues) Drunk is not sick, sick is sick. Being intoxicated with no other medical complaint is not in itself a medical emergency.  Related Post: “You can either go with them to the hospital or go with me to jail”.  In nearly every class DT4EMS-EVE I […]

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