In today’s episode of the #medicmaterialspodcast we discuss the science behind the changes to your brain that chronic high levels of stress create. Many of our thoughts have now changed that this is not an individual provider problem but we must now look at the EMS culture to blame for burnt out providers, salty providers and over half of the EMS population with Post Traumatic Stress. We are joined with Emily (NYS EMT, ER-RN), Kelsey (NYS EMT) & Gerard (NYS AEMT-P)
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