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Discover the world of EMS research in a way you've never experienced before with the new podcast, "EMS Research with Professor Bram". Hosted by Bram Duffee, PhD, EMT-P, this enlightening show offers a deep dive into the peer-reviewed academic research that is often out of reach for many in the emergency medical services field. From EMTs and paramedics to physicians, first-responders, and nurses, each episode provides valuable insights on a range of topics that are critical to their work. What sets this podcast apart is its unique format of discussing intricate research followed by engaging interviews with global experts. Based in Houston, TX, "EMS Research with Professor Bram" is your gateway to the latest developments and knowledge in EMS research. Tune in, stay informed, and elevate your understanding of the industry like never before.

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The role of media in disaster management
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COVID-19 and Paramedic Response: Overcategorization Concerns in Respiratory Patients
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Fatigue Management In Emergency Medical Services
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Latest Book

Hypnotic communication in emergency medical settings: For life-saving and therapeutic outcomes. 

This fascinating book demonstrates how hypnotic communication has the potential to improve patient outcomes in emergency care, integrating insights on the connection between mind and body for paramedics and other first responders.


Meet Bram Duffee PhD, EMT-LP

Bram Duffee is a seasoned paramedic with a career spanning over 25 years. His journey into the world of lifesaving began at the tender age of 14, when he saved an adult in respiratory arrest by performing rescue breathing and summoning an ambulance in rural Kentucky. His early experiences sparked an enduring passion for first aid, leading him to teach the subject as a camp staff member.

At 19, Bram became one of the youngest paramedics in the country, serving in various challenging environments ranging from critical care helicopters to both rural and urban 911 units.  


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