After the Call is a Heavy Lies the Helmet podcast meant to serve those beginning their plunge into critical care, or those who are simply seeking a refresher on certain topics. Hosted by Flight Nurse Jordan White, our goal is to provide easy-to-understand critical care concepts and content that you can integrate into your current practice. We are focused, not only on critical care topics, but also topics that are relevant to the pre-hospital critical care and emergency environment. From rookie to seasoned veteran, we hope everyone can enjoy and take away something from our content.
ABG Interpretation w/ Dan Rauh
In this episode, Jordan has Dan Rauh, ACNP and medical director for Heavy Lies the Helmet and After the Call on the show to discuss ABG interpretation. Show Notes:https://abg.ninja/abgDan Rauh's email: email@example.com
Where's The Standard?
In this episode, Jordan is joined by flight paramedics Joe and Zack, who discuss the lack of industry standards when it comes to new hires entering the air medical profession. From new hire qualifications to minimum experience requirements, the guys have a round table discussion related to their thoughts on how to improve the system and set each candidate up for success!
The Future Is Now: 2020 Update
Jordan gives a brief look into the year 2020 and shares his visions and goals! Changes, updates, events and more are discussed as well as upcoming topics!Links to...
Acute Coronary Syndrome: What is it?
Breaking down Acute Coronary Syndrome!
OB Talks w/ the CombatMidwife!
Laid back discussion on OB topics related to prehospital transport.
Give em' the FINGER w/ Dr. Mike Hudson
Discussing the data and evidence surrounding finger thoracostomy's within the prehospital environment.
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I found this podcast recently and have loved every episode. By far my favorite podcast in this genre!!
This podcast is one of the best. Very relevant topics and broken down so you you can understand it. Thanks Jordan for helping us wannabe flight nurses.
Excellent PodCast for Pre-hospital/emergency medicine
I’ve been listening to the podcast for a about a year. Jordan provides excellent information with his expert guests on any and all things Emergency Medicine/HEMS related. You can tell the conversations are discussed in detail and created with passion. Jordan and his guests are entertaining and insightful for hopeful and current HEMS providers. I look forward to future episodes.