CFJ Vol. 32.2 (Fall 2017)

After the Explosion

As we learn about trauma medicine, the topic of blast injuries usually gets very little coverage. The thinking on this is that blast injuries are

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Followership

The link between leadership, management and the organization is widely understood and accepted in the corporate world. This concept is no different in the fire

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NCTMA Update

The North Carolina Tactical Medical Association has had its work cut out! Over the past few months we have been continually pushing forward to make

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Peer Support

First off, let me preface this article to say I believe in both Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and Peer Support. I have seen CISM

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Something New Again?

In the fire service things change very often, sometimes the change is good while other times it’s not so good. Regardless of what takes place,

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Think Outside the Box

In a previous article, we talked about getting out of the station and utilizing the Department of Transportation’s Emergency Response Guidebook for hazardous materials training.

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