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Steve, Dan, and Holly are joined by Dr. Ed Racht to discuss humor and its role in EMS. Gallows humor is discussed as well as the concept of looking at humor as a different language for EMS providers. Dr. Racht reviews when to know you’ve crossed the line and how to test your humor out with your co-workers, friends, and family if you’re unsure if it will be received well.

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Steve, Dan, and Holly are joined by Dr. Ed Racht to discuss humor and its role in EMS. Gallows humor is discussed as well as the concept of looking at humor as a different language for EMS providers. Dr. Racht reviews when to know you’ve crossed the line and how to test your humor out with your co-workers, friends, and family if you’re unsure if it will be received well.

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Steve, Dan, and Holly are joined with their colleague Chad who works full time in human trafficking in the Portland area. Chad describes his work, defines trafficking for listeners, and outlines what EMS providers can do when their “spidey senses” are going off.

Mental health awareness is discussed when it comes to first responders who are constantly faced with gut-wrenching calls and cases. Steve and Dan discuss calls where they felt something was off and took various actions which may have helped get their patients the resources they needed.

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Steve, Dan, and Holly discuss the fundamental differences and pros and cons between private ambulance EMS and Fire-Based EMS. The trio is joined by two Firefighter Paramedics from Washington State – Eric Chamberlain and Jeff Wright, who have a unique outlook on EMS compared to the average of their peers.

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Steve, Dan, and Holly return to discuss the generational gaps in EMS and the workforce in general. The trio talks about the common stereotypes and strengths of Baby Boomers, Gen X, Xennials, Millenials, and Gen Z.

The trio details their own personal experiences working with people across all generations and how those differences can make work fun. The differences between millennials and the other generations in the workplace are examined.

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Steve, Dan, and Holly are back after an extended hiatus due to COVID-19. Listen as the trio discuss how COVID has impacted their lives both professionally and personally.

Compassion fatigue and the impact of the Coronavirus on healthcare workers across multiple disciplines are discussed. Steve discusses one of his recent COVID-related cardiac arrest calls and the changes EMS is facing in the waking of the pandemic.

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Meet the EMTpro Podcast Team

Stephen G. Williams

Stephen G. Williams

M.ED., EMT-P

Dan Livengood

Dan Livengood

FP-C, CCP-C

Holly Ilg

Holly Ilg

BSN, CEN, CFRN

Bryan Gassner

Bryan Gassner

B.S., EMT-P