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Closing the Gaps: Plug Holes in Your Skillset [Free eBook]


While it’s essential that EMS providers stay on top of core clinical skills for the most critical calls, such as sudden cardiac arrest and airway management, it’s also important to keep up with the skills to address issues you may not see as often. From treating burns to managing pain in pediatric patients to responding to mental health calls, new information on best practices can help you hone your practice. 

In partnership with EMS1, Pulsara is releasing a free eBook collection of popular "10 Things You Need to Know" articles, with recent input from EMS professionals on subjects that can help improve clinical practice and save money for EMS agencies. 

GET THE GUIDE - Closing the Gaps: Plug Holes in Your Skillset and Cracks in Your Budget

closing-the-gaps-ebook-cover@400x515In "Closing the Gaps," learn more about:

  • Responding to mental health calls
  • Assessing and treating pain in children
  • Treating burns
  • Best practices for writing a successful grant application
  • How to use technology to grow your service to meet your community’s needs
  • Where to find more information on patient care and other EMS issues

Download Closing the Gaps: Plug Holes in Your Skillset and Cracks in Your Budget for free on EMS1.com


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