All-Hazards Articles Alert for first responder journal articles

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August 2019: The All-Hazards Articles Alert is a digest of citations to recently published first responder articles from scholarly, professional and trade journals. To request an article that isn’t online, please send us an interlibrary loan request from your local library.

Fire and Emergency Medical Services Research Monitor

Newly published studies on vital topics related to fire, life safety, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and emergency management.

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Surviving a Deadly Wildfire: Santa Rosa, California summary + summary -
Read the full text | ICMA
Manager Sean McGlynn shares recovery insights.
Putting an End to Bullying and Harassment in the Fire Service summary + summary -
Read the full text | International Firefighter Magazine
Department leaders must take seriously any allegations brought forth from members, and fully investigate without recrimination against those making charges, as lives may depend on it. And isn't saving lives a vital task of the fire service?
Does Vehicle Color Play a Role in Apparatus Safety? summary + summary -
Read the full text | Firehouse
Dr. Stephen Solomon looks at recent studies that compare accident rates for red vs. lime-yellow apparatus.
Ohio Health System Launches EMS-Based Accountable Care Network (Community Paramedicine) summary + summary -
Read the full text | EMS World
The network will represent the Emergency Medical Services’ best opportunity yet to demonstrate the value it can provide.
Pasadena Tournament of Roses Manages Real-Time Situational Awareness: Fire Department Applies Tracker for ArcGIS summary + summary -
Read the full text | ESRI
Having access to a single, authoritative digital map of all New Year’s Day events in Pasadena enabled the agencies to better coordinate their resources. Each agency could easily turn off any data layers that weren’t relevant to their work.
Patient Outcomes Depend on the Company Attitude summary + summary -
Read the full text | Firehouse
Oren Bersagel-Briese looks at the challenges of managing a fire-based EMS crew.

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