Disaster Podcast

This weekly program, brought to you through a partnership with Paragon Medical Education Group, is your connection to tips, news, information and field interviews on major disasters. The show will cover all major response incidents both natural and man-made in nature, providing you the information you need to better prepare for future responses with your Local, State, and Federal response agencies like FEMA. Join our show each week with hosts Jamie Davis, the Podmedic and paramedic/educator Sam Bradley as they bring you this unique program for first responders, paramedics, nurses, doctors, public health officials and more!

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Cumulative Stress in Responders with Dan McGuire


After a friend of the show checked in to report on some personal cumulative stress issues as a paramedic, we decided to tackle this issue head on with the expert himself. We brought back Dan McGuire from CISM Perspectives to talk about updates to the w...


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Paragon in Bangkok Talking CPR and Resuscitation


Teaching about CPR and ventilation effectiveness in resuscitation with Paragon Medical Education Group. Dr. Joe Holley and paramedic Jim Logan traveled to Bangkok, Thailand recently to teach medical professionals from all over southeastern Asia and the...


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Bomb-Cyclone and Severe Weather Impacts Winter 2019


A few weeks ago a weather event called a Bomb-Cyclone struck the US midwest from Colorado through the central plains states. A bomb-cyclone or bombogenesis is the rapid deepening of an extratropical cyclonic low-pressure area.


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Safety and Situational Awareness Practices Down Under


Another look at "Safety Third" following a Disaster Podcast Facebook group discussion on the subject. In this case, we check in with podcast community member Lee Caulfield-Marsh, A paramedic based in Queensland Australia.


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Storm Resilient Structures with Dan Zehner of NHERI


After the tornados were so devastating to structures in Alabama in early March, the hosts of the Disaster Podcast decided to reach out to Dan Zehner at the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI).


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 2019-03-21  30m
 
 

Tornado Aftermath and Assessment with Kyle Nelson


Tornados ripped through parts of the southeastern United States last week. We decided to dedicate an episode with our disaster weather expert, Kyle Nelson to talk about the extreme weather event. Kyle discusses the classification of tornados,


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 2019-03-14  37m
 
 

Disaster Logistics Board with Founder Brian Sims, Part 2


In part 2 of this episode with disaster logistics expert Brian Sims, founder of the Disaster Logistics Board. He joins the Disaster Podcast team for a special two-part episode and talks about unique ways the Disaster Logistics Board utilizes advanced i...


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 2019-03-07  38m
 
 

Disaster Logistics Board with Founder Brian Sims, Part 1


Disaster logistics expert Brian Sims, founder of the Disaster Logistics Board joins the Disaster Podcast team for a special two-part episode. Brian talks about unique ways the Disaster Logistics Board utilizes advanced imaging technology to map and doc...


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 2019-02-28  27m
 
 

Federal, State, and Local Disaster Management and Integration


With special guest and Hinsdale County, Colorado emergency manager Troy Mead on the show this week, the gang talks about Federal, State, County, and local resource integration and assistance for disasters. Troy shares his extensive experience in both m...


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 2019-02-21  34m
 
 

The Polar Vortex and Lasting Cold Weather Emergencies


We look at the effects of the Polar Vortex in this episode of the Disaster Podcast. The recent spate of extreme cold weather to strike the midwest and northeast of the country had far-reaching effects across the country.


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 2019-02-14  35m