The Reporters

It’s different to respond to a critical incident with something to do that directly effects the outcome. Reporting on what happens over and over eventually takes its toll on the emotional well-being of the people doing the reporting. The News is a tough business, but the people in the business are just people, like everybody else.

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bernie
The what if we’re wrong-a-thon – Narcan edition
this is a subject that provokes an ethical debate. i am a long time medic and believe narcan should be available to everyone. we didnt make these people junkies, but I suppose everyone has a right to save themselves or their loved ones. your logic about not doing drugs is sound, BUT! do we still…
2015-06-22 10:20:00
Joe
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
Calling from the parking lot or across the street, or even the waiting room because they haven't been "seen".
2015-06-19 14:22:27
Jay
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
That's awesome and so darn true! I got a good chuckle out of the fact that we are truly the only ones that can relate to these type of calls. I read your book it was great! Take care! Jay
2015-06-19 13:47:54
karl
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
I don't know where you serve, but this list is dead-on!!!
2015-06-19 05:21:15
Rolonne Marie Ross
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
Our E.M.T.s are our Guardian Angels in Canada and are revere most admirably except where our Govt is concerned .My favourite story comes from Prince Rupert B,C. ,where my friend's twin brother worked as a Paramedic.They got a call from a man whose father couldn't feel his feet.Paralysis from trauma was the first thought until…
2015-06-19 04:02:38

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