Tag Archives: EMS Books

Paramedics and EMTs

Years ago, I saw a very funny cartoon which showed how people in EMS viewed each other. I don’t remember the whole cartoon, I just remembered how the EMT viewed the paramedic. The paramedic was drawn as Darth Vader.

Second District

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It is interesting seeing the streets you spent so many years working on the subject of film. Hartford is a small city, but like its sister cities New Haven and Bridgeport, it has always had one of the highest murder and poverty rates in the nation.

Night and Day

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If you aren’t a regular reader of Rescuing Providence, you should be. Michael Morse is the real deal and one of the most prolific and talented EMS writers out there. While you can read his blog for free, buying his books is an even better way of showing your support for Michael and for our profession. EMS literature, whether true life stories, fiction or even poetry, is a way of showing the world who we are, what we do, and why what what do is important.

Cold Justice

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Australian author and former paramedic Katherine Howell has written her third EMS-related crime thriller, Cold Justice. Like her first two thrillers, Frantic and the Darkest Hour, it is a great read. The books have a constant character in police detective Ella Marconi, who teams with a different paramedic in each book to solve the crime. […]


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I did an interview with Greg Friese of Everyday EMS Tips as part of his EMS Author Chat series.