The Autumn Edition for 2020, has hit the shelves, it’s live now on Ambulance Today.
This edition of Ambulance Today takes a look at the many different responses from EMS providers all over the world to the SARS–CoV–2 Pandemic, alongside a wealth of other interesting and progressive articles.
This Africa Quarterly (written whilst working in the Middle East) explores the dynamic of COVID medics locked out their home countries – as “Editor Joe” says:
“Mike Emmerich offers a usually thought-provoking and poetic opinion piece on the lifestyle of a COVID medic locked out from their home country“
Click on the link below to download and read the entire magazine (you’re welcome) and of course my article on page 56 & 57
From the Africa Desk of Ambulance Today – Lost and Found in the Time of COVID
To all the followers of this page, if you want to see an article written about any specific aspect of Emergency Care on the African continent, or get me to interview a key role player, drop me a mail. Equally, if you have any news items you would like us to run either in our magazine or on our daily updated global ambulance news website please make contact.
For the readers from Africa, if you wish to advertise or have a free advertorial written up in the magazine, make contact and lets see how I can assist …
To my fellow passionate EMS friends across the world, I trust you are enjoying this journey, as we continue to explore this fascinating continent. Till then be safe out there and stay passionate – Enjoy!
a forest of thoughtswith pathways of gritbordered by the agelessunbending, yetgraceful willow treeswaving me on effortlesslywith the wind of yesteryear
I traverse the pathwayscrushing fear underfootgrittily determined to endurewith grace as my companionand pockets full of pebblesslowly being groundinto the gritty sands of time
“Our interest in death and illness is nothing but a way of expressing an interest in life” Thomas Mann – my poem below is written from a medical perspective – every life matters and has value
air goes in and outblood goes round and roundthat says the medickeeps you alivein sickness and deathillness and injurynot all goes as it shouldthis is well notedblood and gutssickness and deaththat last …..potential breathaffirms our questintimacy with deathfuels our passionin life in its abundanceoursand yours …the next patient?