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A podcast to provide continuing education and on-demand reviews for the Pararescue community. All medical providers with an interest in remote and austere medicine, and rescue in both the tactical and non-tactical settings will find value in the material posted here. PJs - you may log the hours you spend listening to the material in this podcast in your training folders.
 
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This is an exceptional discussion from the FDNY EMS Med Director on scene, roving CCPs, loss of C2, the human toll in the middle of it all, losing his senior enlisted, and getting knocked out by the blast wave from the second collapse, regrouping and finding work. One of the many heroes, thousands of them from 11 SEP 2001. THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE…
 
Steve retired as an FDNY Captain and was a responder for 3 months on the pile. Steve talks about first hearing about the attack and scrambling to get to his firehose ,and then get to the site. Everything from the emotions, discussion of response the massive structural collapse, and looking for work. I am proud to introduce you to my friend and reti…
 
USAF MAJ /Doc Hintz is an Internal Medicine Doc with a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. She takes care of Air Force Special Warfare candidates in the pipeline. In this podcast we discuss common injuries. Besides being of interest, these are pertinent to small unit care. Other than the pool events, these are all relevant for patrol and sick …
 
BLUF Unit Cohesion and Maintaining a sense of purpose and meaning are protective against mental health problems from combat and recovery ops. Based on research from the USAF Psych Service. references of original research on which this talk is based: Military Mental Health. The Role of Daily Hassles While Deployed. Elizabeth A. Heron, PhD, MPH,* Cra…
 
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