The CDC is significantly concerned about the spread of the virus. It issued “Interim Guidance for EMS Systems and 911 Public Safety Answering Points for 2019-nCoV in the United States”.
Proper signage is a very effective way to keep injuries out of the gym.
It is essential that camps do everything in their power to reduce unnecessary risk and liability.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) outlines that choking on food poses an important and relatively under-addressed problem for U.S. children.
Review the risk factors for exertional heat stroke.
The United States is experiencing an opioid crisis that has clinical and safety implications for EMS.
Knowing how concussions occur, signs and symptoms, along with precautionary steps, your program can take are vital to a successful concussion management program.
Back handsprings cause the most tumbling injuries, and require spotters to be both experienced and vigilant when supervising this activity.
Given the many opportunities for serious mistakes when delivering health care throughout the year, youth programs and camps are adopting Electronic Health Records now more than ever.
Learn more about the different dangers in the work environment.