Thanks to Jackson Hole News&Guide for reviewing Lights & Sirens! Read it here:
Honored to interview Dr. Will Smith–winner of the John P. Pryor Street Medicine Society Award–this month for EMS1 . Check it out here and please ‘like’ and share!
Jamie Davis interviews Kevin on MedicCast about the lessons he learned in school and why he chose to write a book about his experiences in this premier paramedic education program at UCLA with amazing instructors like Baxter Larmon. Check it out.
Hospital settings are slow; first responders are fast (“diesel therapy” as EMTs call the speeding ambulance ride) and I’ve known both these in recent years. Kevin Grange’s fine, candid memoir “Lights & Sirens: The Education of a Paramedic” (Berkley, 2015) taught me that the jump from EMT to paramedic is like “transitioning from high school baseball to playing in the majors.” Read the full article here:
Whether you work in urban or rural EMS, thinking like a remote-area EMS provider can improve your health and well-being, patient care, and scene management. Here are my lessons learned from practicing frontier medicine:
Thanks to EMS1 for naming Lights & Sirens as a top read for 2015! To check out the review and complete list, click here:
IT’S HERE! The Lights & Sirens audiobook has dropped! Click on the link HERE to listen:
Since 1974, Seattle/King County has been known as the best place to have a heart attack. This month, I chatted with two senior paramedics with King County Medic One-Tod Levesh and James Kellogg–about how they’ve achieved the highest cardiac arrest survival rates in the world. Read the article HERE: