Summary: Welcome to the Rotor Wash Podcast brought to you by the ECHO HeliOps Team! The goal of our podcast is to better public safety aviation through education, training, collaboration & networking opportunities, collaboration with programs / agencies by sharing information on the podcast across disciplines without cost to our members. Rotor Wash episodes will feature industry specific topics as they relate to flight crew personnel who support our community. We will discuss vital information and solutions, keeping the ECHO community at the very core of what we bring to the table.
Dan Rauh brings to the Rotor Wash Podcast pearls from his experience as an intensivist in the ICU and as a flight NP for the University of Cincinatti Air Care, one of 3 in the nation. We will be talking about the interaction with critical access facilities and patients encountered during interfacility transfers as well as ways to improve patient outcomes through humble attitudes and learning opportunities. Podcast opening features UC Air Care 3 and Flight Op Comms as provided by Dan Rauh.
In today’s episode, James Boomhower from Boston Medflight joins us as we discuss mental health in our industry. We will highlight resources and action steps to take which can help you maintain a self-awareness of your own mental health and the health of others around you.
Dr. Ben Lawner, medical director for Allegheny Lifeflight and EMS and emergency physician, presents his talk on advanced airway techniques and some clinical advice on improving success with different types of advanced airways.
From our 2017 ECHO Annual Conference, this episode continues the lecture from Dan Foulds who will identify the hazardous attitudes that have been linked to HEMS crashes and will discuss a real-world example of each as it relates to crashes that have occurred. Music provided by www.bensounds.com
From our Annual ECHO Conference in Philadelphia 2017, presenter Dan Foulds, Owner/Lead instructor at AMRM Training Solutions brings to light a very real issue. We will identify the hazardous attitudes that have been linked to HEMS crashes and will discuss a real-world example of each hazardous attitude linked to a crash. Music courtesy of www.bensounds.com