Revealed at the American Red Cross Heroes Awards on 11/6/2014 in San Jose the new Pulsepoint PSA is the next installment of showing just how the pulsepoint app is saving lives all over the United States. Richard Price, CEO of the Pulsepoint Foundation contacted Setla Films to develop a PSA that would tell the story […]
Justin Schorr and Jason Hoschouer co-founded Kilted to Kick Cancer a non profit committed to bringing attention to the conversation of prostate cancer in men. 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed and 1 in 36 will die from it. The ice bucket challenges have done an amazing job bringing awareness to ALS, but these […]
From Executive Producer Thaddeus Setla comes an immersive and engaging approach to EMS Education. A hybrid style video course with National Accreditation. For more information contact Setla Film Productions at 510.859.3456
Host Just Schorr Paramedic/Captain with San Francisco Fire Department sits down to talk about the elephant in the room, PTSD and how first responders are dealing with it in the field.
Why is the hospital not the place to heal? How can Paramedics help the elderly stay out of the hospital? It’s all about preventing the 911 call in the first place. Mike Taigman and Bill Sugiyama join Justin Schorr and Mark Glencorse on this episode of Seat at the Table.
Guilford County is approximately 653 square miles covering the general Greensboro North Carolina area. With over 160 full-time employees and 50 part time they respond to over 30,000 calls annually for service. A rich history of providing medical services since 1970 Guilford County EMS has embraced a progressive approach to technologies and safety in improving […]
Continuing our visit with Wake County EMS, WakeMed Hospital, Rex Hospital and the families that were impacted by a sudden cardiac arrest made this impactful story in so many ways.
Can we learn from F1 pit crews to improve patient care during CPR? F1 pit crews are teams of highly trained professionals accustomed to working in high-pressure, active environments. Each pit crew member has a series of predefined roles, and the performance of the team depends on all members in the crew working in perfect […]
Sudden cardiac arrest does not discriminate. Thanks to his medic friends, Mike Patton, a paramedic from Glendale, Arizona, is able to tell his amazing survival story #CPR360
Do you know if your CPR meets the 2010 AHA CPR Guidelines? They recommend a depth of at least 2 inches and at least 100 compressions per minute. Why are compression depth and rate so important to survival? for more information visit CPR360º