How first responders must deal with the high level of stress involved in their work


Presenter: Neal
Guest: Bob Holdsworth
Guest Bio: An active paramedic, speaker and consultant, Bob Holdsworth has spent more than 33 years in emergency medicine, including executive leadership positions in the private sector, volunteer positions in both EMS and Fire agencies, and the role of EMS coordinator, where he developed and ran a hospital-based, regional paramedic service. He is the author of WADING INTO CHAOS: Inside the Life of a Paramedic.


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Neal: Hello you’re listening to Health Professional Radio. I’m your host Neal Howard. Thank you so much for joining me today, I know there are a lot of places that you could be and you’ve decide to join me and my guest in studio today, Bob Holdsworth. An active paramedic and also a very successful author, the author of “Wading Into Chaos: Inside the Life of a Paramedic.” Our guest has been an active paramedic for 35 years, involved in all different types of first responders’ situations from shooting, to stabbing, to someone falling down and not been able to get up. He is the one that’s going to be there on the scene as it unfolds and he’s gonna transport you safely to that ER. How are you doing today Bob?

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