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EMSCEP Radio – EMS Continuing Education

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EMSCEP Radio is a continuing medical education program sponsored by the Fairfax County Virginia Fire Rescue Department. At EMSCEP (EMS Continuing Education Program) Radio, we offer continuing medical education content for ALS and BLS EMS Providers.These programs meet criteria to be classified as continuing education for EMS professionals at both the EMT and Paramedic level (with knowledge assessments done by your department).

Latest Episodes

Domestic Violence Awareness

In this episode we offer some englightening information about domestic violence. There are some aspects of care and management of these patients that most of us don't often think of. sure the "trauma" side is easy, but there is so much more. Take a Listen.

34 MIN2017 SEP 16
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Domestic Violence Awareness

Community Paramedic Programs (Extended Length)

Wow! It's a great show, with two very energized guests! We covered the goals of their program, Dr. Marfori's vision for the future of a Mobile Integrated Health Care System, and more. We even had a chance to speak with Hillary about the education she got, which qualified her for her role in the program. These are two people who are passionate about this amazing leap forward in the role of EMS professionals.

55 MIN2017 SEP 2
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Community Paramedic Programs (Extended Length)

STEMI Principles - To the Cath Lab

Dr Garg from Virginia Heart joins us in the study fresh from giving some of our EMS professionals a lecture of care of the STEMI patient. We caught him before he went back to his patients to talk a little about key aspect of STEMI care. We all know the basics, but this is a great chance to get a better understanding of the key principles of emergent care of a patient with a STEMI.

10 MIN2017 AUG 16
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STEMI Principles - To the Cath Lab

Managing Occular Emergencies

PopEYE once said; I see what I see. 'Eye' don't know about you, but most patients will agree that their eyes are important. In today's episode, we speak with Jessica Carr, a PA-C From HCA Reston Hospital and Emergency Medical Associates. She's going to talk to us about eye emergencies in the field.

14 MIN2017 AUG 2
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Managing Occular Emergencies

Sepsis - New Prehospital Approach

Sepsis has a high mortality rate, so it is worth talking about it some more. Today our expert enlightens us on some of the newer standards of care for screening and caring for suspected sepsis and septic shock patients. She will discuss the newer qSOFA score system (check out: http://www.qsofa.org/), and newer thinking of resuscitation theory including newer thinking of fluids an drug therapy. Christina Barnett, PA-C Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates Christie has been a physician assistant working in critical care since 2006. She worked in the medical Intensive Care Unit at Christiana Hospital in Delaware for nearly 10 years and was the Lead Physician Assistant. She moved to Northern Virginia and has been working for Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates. She has been working in the Critical Care Unit at Reston Hospital for the last 2 years.

13 MIN2017 JUL 20
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Sepsis - New Prehospital Approach

EMS Wk 2017: LVAD Changes and Trends

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk to Brandon King about LVAD devices. In EMS we tend to think of them as a temporary solution and expect patients to potentially be pulseless. Brandon will have some new data about growth of the devices, and some newer pulsed technology. Brandon King BSN, RN, CCRN MedSTAR Transport Brandon is a member of MedSTAR Transport where he has been a Flight Nurse since 2012. Prior to flight, Brandon gained his experiencing working in both the Cardiac Surgical ICU and Cardiovascular Recovery Room at MedSTAR Washington Hospital Center. During this time, Brandon focused on caring for patients in the Advanced Heart Failure Clinic, as well as rotations through MedSTAR Trauma. The MedSTAR Trauma unit serves as the designated intake center for Long Term Mechanical Circulatory Support (MCS) patients in extremis. Brandon’s experience in...

7 MIN2017 JUL 2
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EMS Wk 2017: LVAD Changes and Trends

EMS Wk 2017: REVIVE! - Opiate Addiction Program

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with Amira Turner. We will learn about the REVIVE Program. It's a Virginia statewide program designed to help support families and people with addiction to opiates. Amira Turner, REVIVE! Coordinator Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Amira graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She completed the Substance Abuse Counseling Education coursework through J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College in 2015. Currently, she is working towards a Master of Social Work through VCU's School of Social Work as well as a Master of Science in Addiction Studies through VCU’s International Programme in Addiction Studies. Her research has been focused on opioid addiction and how to best respond to opioid overdose. Her past experience includes co-facilitating...

8 MIN2017 JUN 29
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EMS Wk 2017: REVIVE! - Opiate Addiction Program

EMS WK 2017: Stroke Care - There are new options for care

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with two experts from the stroke care community. DrEdward Greenberg and John Lawrence are leaders from the Stroke Care team at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. They are going to talk to us about what we can do in the pre-hospital community to assure care of our patients beyond the "typical stroke window" assessment. Edward D. Greenberg, M.D. INOVA Medical Group Dr. Greenberg is an expert in the treatment of vascular diseases of the brain, spine, head and neck, as well as minimally invasive treatment of fractures of the spine. He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University, where he was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He went on to earn his medical degree from Cornell University, and was inducted into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. After medical school, Dr. Greenberg completed a r...

11 MIN2017 JUN 25
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EMS WK 2017: Stroke Care - There are new options for care

EMS WK 2017: Ketamine Myths and Facts

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with Chris Bartus, a Flight Paramedic with Medstar Transport. Chris is one of those Medics who "gets" Ketamine... or more accuratelyunderstands giving Ketamine. He's going to talk to us about the myths and facts of Ketamine. John Christopher "Chris" Bartus BSc. FP-C CCP-C NRP Flight Paramedic, MedSTAR Transport Chris started in EMS in 1995. He’s been a paramedic since 2001 and a flight paramedic with MedSTAR Transport since 2005. He’s currently based at MedSTAR 2. Since 2002 he has been, at various times, a regional educator or adjunct faculty member for Northern Virginia Community College, INOVA, and Medstar Sitel as well as nationally for the Difficult Airway Course-EMS. He began working with the Georgetown University/Medstar Washington Hospital Center Emergency Medicine Residency as adjunct faculty in 2009. He ha...

13 MIN2017 JUN 22
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EMS WK 2017: Ketamine Myths and Facts

EMS WK 2017: Secondary Brain Injury

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with Dr Margaret Griffen, the Chief of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at Inova Fairfax Hospital. Her talk at the conference was on Traumatic Brain Injury and she took some time to talk to us about Secondary Brain Injury before she ran back to the hospital. Margaret M. Griffen, MD, FACS Chief, Trauma Acute Care Surgery Associate Professor of Surgery VCU Dr. Margaret Griffen is a general surgeon board certified in General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. She joined Inova Medical Group in 2007 and currently serves as the Chief of the Division of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. She completed her surgical training and fellowship at the University of Kentucky in 2000. Dr. Griffen manages patients with a wide variety of surgical illnesses and has a special interest in caring for critically ill surgical patients.

4 MIN2017 JUN 18
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EMS WK 2017: Secondary Brain Injury

Latest Episodes

Domestic Violence Awareness

In this episode we offer some englightening information about domestic violence. There are some aspects of care and management of these patients that most of us don't often think of. sure the "trauma" side is easy, but there is so much more. Take a Listen.

34 MIN2017 SEP 16
Comments
Domestic Violence Awareness

Community Paramedic Programs (Extended Length)

Wow! It's a great show, with two very energized guests! We covered the goals of their program, Dr. Marfori's vision for the future of a Mobile Integrated Health Care System, and more. We even had a chance to speak with Hillary about the education she got, which qualified her for her role in the program. These are two people who are passionate about this amazing leap forward in the role of EMS professionals.

55 MIN2017 SEP 2
Comments
Community Paramedic Programs (Extended Length)

STEMI Principles - To the Cath Lab

Dr Garg from Virginia Heart joins us in the study fresh from giving some of our EMS professionals a lecture of care of the STEMI patient. We caught him before he went back to his patients to talk a little about key aspect of STEMI care. We all know the basics, but this is a great chance to get a better understanding of the key principles of emergent care of a patient with a STEMI.

10 MIN2017 AUG 16
Comments
STEMI Principles - To the Cath Lab

Managing Occular Emergencies

PopEYE once said; I see what I see. 'Eye' don't know about you, but most patients will agree that their eyes are important. In today's episode, we speak with Jessica Carr, a PA-C From HCA Reston Hospital and Emergency Medical Associates. She's going to talk to us about eye emergencies in the field.

14 MIN2017 AUG 2
Comments
Managing Occular Emergencies

Sepsis - New Prehospital Approach

Sepsis has a high mortality rate, so it is worth talking about it some more. Today our expert enlightens us on some of the newer standards of care for screening and caring for suspected sepsis and septic shock patients. She will discuss the newer qSOFA score system (check out: http://www.qsofa.org/), and newer thinking of resuscitation theory including newer thinking of fluids an drug therapy. Christina Barnett, PA-C Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates Christie has been a physician assistant working in critical care since 2006. She worked in the medical Intensive Care Unit at Christiana Hospital in Delaware for nearly 10 years and was the Lead Physician Assistant. She moved to Northern Virginia and has been working for Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates. She has been working in the Critical Care Unit at Reston Hospital for the last 2 years.

13 MIN2017 JUL 20
Comments
Sepsis - New Prehospital Approach

EMS Wk 2017: LVAD Changes and Trends

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk to Brandon King about LVAD devices. In EMS we tend to think of them as a temporary solution and expect patients to potentially be pulseless. Brandon will have some new data about growth of the devices, and some newer pulsed technology. Brandon King BSN, RN, CCRN MedSTAR Transport Brandon is a member of MedSTAR Transport where he has been a Flight Nurse since 2012. Prior to flight, Brandon gained his experiencing working in both the Cardiac Surgical ICU and Cardiovascular Recovery Room at MedSTAR Washington Hospital Center. During this time, Brandon focused on caring for patients in the Advanced Heart Failure Clinic, as well as rotations through MedSTAR Trauma. The MedSTAR Trauma unit serves as the designated intake center for Long Term Mechanical Circulatory Support (MCS) patients in extremis. Brandon’s experience in...

7 MIN2017 JUL 2
Comments
EMS Wk 2017: LVAD Changes and Trends

EMS Wk 2017: REVIVE! - Opiate Addiction Program

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with Amira Turner. We will learn about the REVIVE Program. It's a Virginia statewide program designed to help support families and people with addiction to opiates. Amira Turner, REVIVE! Coordinator Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Amira graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She completed the Substance Abuse Counseling Education coursework through J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College in 2015. Currently, she is working towards a Master of Social Work through VCU's School of Social Work as well as a Master of Science in Addiction Studies through VCU’s International Programme in Addiction Studies. Her research has been focused on opioid addiction and how to best respond to opioid overdose. Her past experience includes co-facilitating...

8 MIN2017 JUN 29
Comments
EMS Wk 2017: REVIVE! - Opiate Addiction Program

EMS WK 2017: Stroke Care - There are new options for care

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with two experts from the stroke care community. DrEdward Greenberg and John Lawrence are leaders from the Stroke Care team at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. They are going to talk to us about what we can do in the pre-hospital community to assure care of our patients beyond the "typical stroke window" assessment. Edward D. Greenberg, M.D. INOVA Medical Group Dr. Greenberg is an expert in the treatment of vascular diseases of the brain, spine, head and neck, as well as minimally invasive treatment of fractures of the spine. He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University, where he was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He went on to earn his medical degree from Cornell University, and was inducted into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. After medical school, Dr. Greenberg completed a r...

11 MIN2017 JUN 25
Comments
EMS WK 2017: Stroke Care - There are new options for care

EMS WK 2017: Ketamine Myths and Facts

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with Chris Bartus, a Flight Paramedic with Medstar Transport. Chris is one of those Medics who "gets" Ketamine... or more accuratelyunderstands giving Ketamine. He's going to talk to us about the myths and facts of Ketamine. John Christopher "Chris" Bartus BSc. FP-C CCP-C NRP Flight Paramedic, MedSTAR Transport Chris started in EMS in 1995. He’s been a paramedic since 2001 and a flight paramedic with MedSTAR Transport since 2005. He’s currently based at MedSTAR 2. Since 2002 he has been, at various times, a regional educator or adjunct faculty member for Northern Virginia Community College, INOVA, and Medstar Sitel as well as nationally for the Difficult Airway Course-EMS. He began working with the Georgetown University/Medstar Washington Hospital Center Emergency Medicine Residency as adjunct faculty in 2009. He ha...

13 MIN2017 JUN 22
Comments
EMS WK 2017: Ketamine Myths and Facts

EMS WK 2017: Secondary Brain Injury

This is another edition of EMSCEP Radio, from our on-location coverage of the Fairfax Fire Rescue EMS Week Training Symposium, during EMS Week. In this episode, wetalk with Dr Margaret Griffen, the Chief of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at Inova Fairfax Hospital. Her talk at the conference was on Traumatic Brain Injury and she took some time to talk to us about Secondary Brain Injury before she ran back to the hospital. Margaret M. Griffen, MD, FACS Chief, Trauma Acute Care Surgery Associate Professor of Surgery VCU Dr. Margaret Griffen is a general surgeon board certified in General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. She joined Inova Medical Group in 2007 and currently serves as the Chief of the Division of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. She completed her surgical training and fellowship at the University of Kentucky in 2000. Dr. Griffen manages patients with a wide variety of surgical illnesses and has a special interest in caring for critically ill surgical patients.

4 MIN2017 JUN 18
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EMS WK 2017: Secondary Brain Injury
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