What Drives EMS Protocol Changes?

Joined by Mark Albert, Tim Noonan and Josh K, this weeks Office Hours discussed some thought processes behind protocol changes in EMS. Focused at recent changes in Morphine within proposed NYC REMAC guidelines, Mark gave some insight to the process that includes evidence based study, drug make-up and the many steps before a protocol gets changed (sort of like that old PBS skit on how a Bill becomes Law). Tim and Josh gave their insight as well and once again we hit the wall on time. Take a listen and post your thoughts below.




Show links:

CRUSADE Study:

TheHeart.org article (requires registration but it’s free and gives access to other great articles)

Article from EMS Village on the study.

AHA 2010 ACS

Also check out these results.

The Guests:

Tim Noonan at Rogue Medic

Josh K of  Wantynu

Mark Albert at EMSMedRX

Plus:

NYC REMAC

Buck Feris – Gomerville

EMSEducast on Organ & Tissue Procurement

NYC REMAC Study Group Webinar

Comments

  1. Thanks for the shout out for the EMSEduCast.

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