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Best Joe Holley podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Joe Holley podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Wilderness safety expert Kevin Reiter from the Wilderness Safety Institute comes on the show to talk about animal attacks in austere environments. We focus on a recent story about a mountain lion attack on a 6-year-old girl in the San Francisco area. Kevin and others talk about wild animal hazards in their regions including bears, feral hogs, coyot…
 
In this episode of the Disaster Podcast, we bring on Dr. Joe Holley and his Wife Kimberly Holley to talk about dealing with the stress of a deployment for the family of a disaster responder. We also talk about helping family members deal with the aftermath of disaster responses and how families of responders can work together to stay informed and p…
 
In this week’s episode, we chat with our regular dispatcher and disaster weather expert, Kyle Nelson. Kyle fulfilled several roles covering the response aspects of the 2020 Winter X-Games in Aspen, Colorado. He shares a look behind the scenes on preplanning for the event that brings an additional 100,000 people into a county that has fewer than 30,…
 
In this week’s episode, we cover a couple of topics. First we chat with Dr. Joe Holley about the recent coronavirus outbreak and its spread worldwide. The podcast crew covers the need to seek out reliable information. We also talk about the need for health professionals and all emergency response persons to be sources of high quality and up-to-date…
 
Dr. Joe Holley and his co-author Dr. Johanna C. Moore joined the podcast for this episode to talk about their recently published research on the effectiveness of various supraglottic airway devices during CPR. Specifically, the study looked how well the various devices maintained an airtight seal to develop negative intrathoracic pressure when usin…
 
stress affects everyone We brought back Dan McGuire from CISM Perspectives to talk about updates to the ways work-related stress for first responders is handled. The biggest change Dan noted was a focus on building resiliency into initial first responder education and ongoing training before the critical incident occurs. One of the biggest changes …
 
It’s been a great year of podcasts here at the Disaster Podcast. In this episode (part 3 of 3), the whole team comes by to talk about their picks for top topics to cover in 2020. We have Dr. Joe Holley, meteorologist and emergency dispatcher Kyle Nelson, meteorologist and emergency management expert Becky DePodwin, podcast co-host and paramedic Sam…
 
It’s been a great year of podcasts here at the Disaster Podcast. In this episode (part 2 of 3), the whole team comes by to talk about the year’s best episodes and topics. We have Dr. Joe Holley, meteorologist and emergency dispatcher Kyle Nelson, meteorologist and emergency management expert Becky DePodwin, podcast co-host and paramedic Sam Bradley…
 
It’s been a great year of podcasts here at the Disaster Podcast. In this episode (part 1 of 3), the whole team comes by to talk about the year’s best episodes and topics. We have Dr. Joe Holley, meteorologist and emergency dispatcher Kyle Nelson, meteorologist and emergency management expert Becky DePodwin, podcast co-host and paramedic Sam Bradley…
 
In this special episode, we talk about what it takes to create a customized, large-scale drill for training first responders and you community health services in the event of a disaster, man-made or natural. We focus especially on how the gang at Paragon Medical Education Group assemble their customized training experiences. Dr. Joe Holley from Par…
 
On this episode we invited Andy Gienapp, MS, NRP, Manager of the Office of Emergency Medical Services, Health Readiness and Response Section, Public Health Division, Wyoming Department of Health. We invited Andy on to discuss the potential demise of many rural EMS services mostly staffed by volunteers. Not only are there fewer volunteers available,…
 
We got a lot of response from our recent episode with Daniel Zehner from the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) on Hurricane Dorian and construction resilience in the face of powerful storms like that. In light of that, here's the very first episode we did with Daniel about the NHERI program and research that you might find…
 
With the jet stream dipping down from the arctic again this week, it's time to review our cold weather preparedness and emergency management and treatment so let's catch up with an episode on that for you. We have Dr. Joe Holley and Cohost Sam Bradley on the call, along with me, Jamie Davis. Enjoy! The post Cold Weather Preparedness and Emergencies…
 
On the show this week are Disaster Podcast host, Jamie Davis, Dr. Joe Holley, and our two disaster weather experts, Becky DePodwin and Kyle Nelson. We discuss the raging wildfires in California and the weather conditions that fuel [...] The post Weather and Causes of Fast-Moving Wildfires in California appeared first on Disaster Podcast.…
 
Dave Grovdahl, EMS Division Head, Onslow County EMS in North Carolina, joins the Disaster Podcast team to talk about his recent presentation findings surrounding his system’s preparations and response to Hurricane’s Florence and Dorian. He shares some of the key things they did to help stage EMS teams for their [...] The post Hurricane’s Florence a…
 
Daniel Zehner from the DesignSafe Radio podcast joins us on the Disaster Podcast this week. He highlights the research from NHERI (Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure) that looked at the damage from Hurricane Dorian. The National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Structural Extreme Events Reconnaissance (StEER) Network gathered data immedi…
 
Florida Search and Rescue Incident Commander Michael McGill talks about his organization’s response to help get rescuers to victims during and after the impact of Hurricane Dorian. He focuses on their use of internet-based radio functionality and other online resources to answer calls for help. On the show this week [...] The post Florida Search an…
 
Florida Search and Rescue Incident Commander Michael McGill comes on the Disaster Podcast to talk about management of volunteer search and rescue groups during disaster response. Florida SAR is an all-volunteer organization that holds itself to a high standard for training and accountability. Mike talks with the podcast team about [...] The post Vo…
 
Area 51 event after action report Everyone thought the “Storm Area 51 Viral Meme” was a joke until officials in Lincoln county contemplated what might happen if all those people actually showed up. In this episode of the Disaster Podcast, we chat with Sam Scheller of After Action Report from Storm Area 51 Event with Sam Scheller appeared first on D…
 
We take a look at the record rainfall from Tropical Storm Imelda as it slowly weakens to a tropical depression over East Texas. As responders scramble to assist with water rescues during flooding that some are calling reminiscent of Hurricane Harvey in 2016, we talk about Federal USAR team configurations and logistics. On the [...] The post Tropica…
 
Everyone thought the “Storm Area 51 Viral Meme” was a joke until officials in Lincoln county contemplated what might happen if all those people actually showed up. In this episode of the Disaster Podcast, we chat with Sam Scheller of Guardian Elite Medical Services, and ambulance [...] The post Preparations for the Viral Storm Area 51 Event with Sa…
 
Hurricane Dorian continues to be front and center in this week’s episode of the Disaster Podcast. Our disaster weather experts, Kyle Nelson and Becky DePodwin, both join us to talk about the hurricane’s impacts on the Bahamas and the forecasted path and expected impacts on the [...] The post Hurricane Dorian Midweek Response Update appeared first o…
 
Hurricane Dorian is front and center in this week’s episode of the Disaster Podcast. Our disaster weather experts, Kyle Nelson and Becky DePodwin, both join us to talk about the hurricane’s forecasted path and expected impacts. We also talk about the National [...] The post Hurricane Dorian Preparations and Expectations appeared first on Disaster P…
 
We take a look at ballistic injury patterns in the wake of another spate of mass-shooting incidents. Dr. Joe Holley comes on the show to answer questions about what kinds of injuries are caused by gunshot wounds and how first responders can prepare for a response to gunshot wound incidents. On the show this [...] The post Gunshot Wounds and Ballist…
 
This week we are joined by Dr Kasia Gerla and Paramedic Kerryn Wratt from the Australiasian Wilderness & Expedition Medicine Society. They were referred to us by Dr. Seth Hawkins of Hawk Ventures who went down under to teach an Advanced Wilderness [...] The post Focus on Challenges in Australasian Wilderness Medicine appeared first on Disaster Podc…
 
Wilderness search and rescue (SAR) survival scenarios make up the basis of part 2 of this two-part episode. Co-hosts, Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, and Sam Bradley bring on Kevin Reiter from the Wilderness Safety Institute to help present the real-life scenarios to the podcast team. Also [...] The post Wilderness Search and Rescue (SAR) Scenarios Part…
 
Wilderness search and rescue (SAR) survival scenarios make up the basis of this two-part episode. Co-hosts, Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, and Sam Bradley bring on Kevin Reiter from the Wilderness Safety Institute to help present the real-life scenarios to the podcast team. Also on the show [...] The post Wilderness Search and Rescue (SAR) Scenarios Pa…
 
After the response to Hurricane Barry last week, Dr. Joe Holley is back from his deployment with the federal Incident Support Team (IST). He took some time for a short call with host Jamie Davis to talk about the response and some of the lessons learned. Joe also recounts what he saw first hand in the field that has him hopeful that preparedness le…
 
We talk about disaster response in the past and its impact on preparedness training and drills in part two of this two-part episode featuring two esteemed disaster physicians from Ohio. Drs. Nicholas Kman and Daniel Bachman, both from Ohio State University Medical Center come on the show following a meet up with Dr. Joe [...] The post Disaster Resp…
 
We talk about disaster response in the past and its impact on preparedness training and drills in part one of this two-part episode featuring two esteemed disaster physicians from Ohio. Drs. Nicholas Kman and Daniel Bachman, both from Ohio State University Medical Center come on the show following a meet up with Dr. Joe [...] The post Disaster Resp…
 
This week on the show we bring you part two of the two-part episode with Jason Friesen from TrekMedics.org. Trek Medics International is a 501c3-registered nonprofit organization dedicated to improving emergency medical systems in communities without reliable access to emergency care. They make their services available to all communities, regardles…
 
This week on the show we bring you part one of the two-part episode with Jason Friesen from TrekMedics.org. Trek Medics International is a 501c3-registered nonprofit organization dedicated to improving emergency medical systems in communities without reliable access to emergency care. They make their services available to all communities, regardles…
 
A look at heat and hot weather health effects on responders and disaster rescuers. We have Wilderness PA, a.k.a. James Corbin on the show today to talk about preparing for hot weather rescue operations as summer approaches here in the northern hemisphere. The post Heat Injury and Stress Effect on Disaster and Wilderness Rescuers appeared first on D…
 
USAR Dogs are an essential part of many disaster recovery and rescue operations. Often, though, their needs are not well understood by other responders and incident commanders. This week on the show, we invited veterinarian Dr. Lori Gordon on the show to share her expertise on USAR dog wellness and how to best address those [...] The post USAR Dog …
 
We look at training for personal preparedness and testing for physical aptitude with Dave Bremson from Safe Mind, LLC. We talk about the annual re-certification testing for physical aptitude he helped create for the Central Arizona Mountain Rescue Association. We also talk about his special personal [...] The post Physical Aptitude Testing for Disa…
 
We tackle the importance of volunteers in disaster response and recovery on this week's episode of the Disaster Podcast. In some communities, volunteers from the backbone of the first responder force. How does this dynamic affect response to disasters and what does it mean for overall community resilience? The post Volunteers in Disaster Response a…
 
On this week's episode, we take a look into the lives of emergency dispatchers. Our disaster weather expert and emergency dispatcher, Kyle Nelson, is the featured guest this week. Kyle talks about the challenges of being a dispatcher and urges all first responders to keep their dispatch center staff in mind when putting together debriefings and aft…
 
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