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2018 Summer Edition (Special)

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The Summer 2018 edition of Ambulance Today is our special Israeli edition focussing primarily on different Israeli ambulance services and their work in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. The edition opens with a special message from the Deputy Health Minister of Israel and features a bumper-length article from Editor, Declan Heneghan, who reports from Israel.

Our special clinical feature focuses on WoundClot, a next generation hemostat developed by Israel-based Core Scientific Creations (CSC). WoundClot’s molecular design is changing how professionals approach bleeding control, both on the EMS front line and in surgical situations.

Major features include: A special message from M.K. Yakov Litzman, Deputy Minister of Health for Israel; MDA ambulance service take us through their history, their unique control centres and EMS education; a special report from Editor, Declan Heneghan; WoundClot: Revolutionising Bleeding Control; the NAEMT and United Hatzalah partnership is saving lives; ISTCRE: The Genesis of Prehospital care in Ecuador; IAED: NAVIGATOR 2018; as well as our regular features from Africa, Amsterdam, Unison (UK), GVK EMRI (India), The Ambulance Staff Charity(UK), NAEMT (USA).

Date: July 2018

2018 Spring Edition

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The cover story of the Spring 2018 edition comes from Monash University, Victoria, Australia. In a fascinating new study, the researchers at Monash examine the difficult subject of how to treat children suffering from trauma-related stress.

This edition also features a special tribute to Roy Williams. A regular contributor to this publication, Roy was affectionately known as ‘Dr Roy’ to the many, many people he helped in the Indian subcontinent where he regularly travelled to deliver volunteer healthcare training.

Other major features include: Professor Paresh Wankhade of Edgehill University UK on dynamic 21st century leadership; Data linkage and the use of data in healthcare from London Ambulance Service’s Sophie Clark; our first contribution from Ecuadorian Red Cross High Technological Institute (ISTCRE), our new South American Distribution partners; as well as our regular contributions from across the globe.

Date: March 2018