Tag Archives: EVE4EMS

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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We Expect Critical Thinking in Medicine…for Everything BUT Violence

Critical Thinking The De-Training of Emergency Medicine regarding Use-of-Force on the Job.    EMS/Fire and emergency nursing staff are expected to have critical thinking skills with regards to patient care. We need them to perform under stress and make split second decisions. We have this expectation because they are trained to handle these High Stress […]

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The Time Has Come to Arm EMS/Fire.

Kip Teitsort, Founder DT4EMS It is time to arm EMS/Fire with knowledge of the use-of-force on the job.    Before we get too deep, riddle me this… Why do so many front line staff wish to carry a gun on duty, yet many administrators do not feel (on-the-job) self-defense training is important? Where is the […]

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Testimonials/References/Approvals

What participants have to say about DT4EMS’ EVE: A collection of letters, course evaluations, emails and Facebook Posts.     Testimonial Playlist (YOUTUBE)   From a class in Michigan: My name is Geoff. I have been a firefighter and EMT-basic/paramedic since 2002. I took DT4EMS EVE in October 2014. I have covered most of the demographic […]

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EVE4EMS/Fire (Pre-Hospital)

Escaping Violent Encounters for EMS and Fire (EVE4EMS/Fire) Patient and Provider Scene Safety Training for America’s First Responders       Focus:   EMTs, Firefighters, Paramedics Length:  16-hours Materials:  Upon successful completion of the course, participants receive access (during certification period) to the online student area containing review material. Injury through assault remains a widely recognized, but little [...]

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