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The Fallacy of the “First Due” Area

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The following is a preview of a book coming soon from Bradshaw Consulting Services to be titled “Closest Vehicle Dispatch: A Primer for Fire” which is a follow-up to “Dynamic Deployment: A Primer for EMS”. Watch for the new release in time for the FDIC 2017 conference at the end of April. The modern legal […]

We Need Some New Stories

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We always hear that EMS is still a relatively new discipline. And in the scheme of medicine, or even public safety, that is certainly true. But we shouldn’t let the fact of its youth keep us from acknowledging that it has already been around long enough to accumulate some of its very own antiquated dogma. If you […]

Is Our Success Killing Us?

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It seems that the “evidence-based” trend in EMS requires that being “progressive” means we lay in wait for some “proof” in order to jump on a previously long held belief so we can debunk it as some old “wive’s tale.”

The Default Solution is Always More

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My wife announced that there wasn’t enough money in the checking account again. The obvious solution to her was that I simply needed to add more money to it each month and that the problem would then go away. Any attempts on my part to question where the money is being spent is considered completely […]