Tag Archives: nurse

Healthcare Should Be Armed With A Concealed Weapon!

If a provider in emergency medicine were permitted to have a concealed weapon on the job, what should it be? A handgun, expandable baton, pepper spray or a knife may be options, but I would like to share with you what I believe to be hands-down THE best one. “Be polite, be professional, but have […]

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Take a Peek Inside DT4EMS’ EVE

In the clip below you will see images and clips from around the country. It is a peek inside our culture changing programs. One of the things we enjoy the most is watching people smile and have fun while realizing we (DT4EMS) are different. When a person truly understands the difference between winning a fight, […]

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A Daydream… “Dalton” from Roadhouse Teaching DT4EMS’ EVE

DT4EMS Roadhouse style! Here is a peek inside my brain as I daydream….   With the way so many write about how they would handle a use-of-force situation on social media sites, I couldn’t help but think of the movie Roadhouse and the bouncers in it. They (bouncers) did what they did, both verbally and physically, prior […]

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Emergency Medicine: The Story of YOU

We have been YOU. We get it and we care about YOU and others just like YOU. Just so you know, we have YOU’s back. If you know someone like YOU, let them know you care. Let them know criminal acts of violence are not just part of the job. Let YOU know they are […]

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EVE4HP (In-Hospital)

There is a widely recognized but little acknowledged problem threatening healthcare personnel; injury through assault. The frequency of assault on our healthcare, and hospital staff is alarming. Many healthcare professionals have anecdotal stories of how they were attacked by a violent patient, an angry bystander or upset family member. While most attacks are not life [...]

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