Raphael Barishansky

TitleAdjunct Faculty
InstitutionPhiladelphia University
DepartmentDisaster Medicine & Management
Address3464 School House Lane
Philadelphia PA 19129
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    1. Barishansky RM, Fraser MR. Understanding Factors Influencing Decision Making by State Health Officials in a Public Health Emergency. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2023 Nov-Dec 01; 29(6):835-837. PMID: 37104059.
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    2. Fraser MR, Barishansky RM, Blumenstock JS. Twenty Years After 9/11: The Public Health Preparedness We Need Now. Am J Public Health. 2021 09; 111(9):1562-1564. PMID: 34383555.
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    3. Barishansky RM. The Silver Tsunami: Are you Ready? America's elderly population is exploding, and EMS services will have to reflect that. EMS World. 2016 Aug; 45(8):53-56. PMID: 29846051.
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    4. Barishansky RM. Why You Need to SWOT Your Agency. EMS agencies have never been in more need of such analysis. EMS World. 2016 Feb; 45(2):44, 46-7. PMID: 26946590.
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    5. Komansky SJ, Barishansky RM. The role of EMS in the intelligence gathering. Fusion centers could provide essental information for EMS agencies to better protect their communities. EMS World. 2014 Jul; 43(7):53-7. PMID: 25181871.
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    6. Barishansky RM. The intersection of public health and EMS during disaster response. EMS World. 2012 Jul; 41(7):50, 53-4, 56-7. PMID: 22913074.
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    7. Kerins D, Barishansky RM, Cortacans HP. How to conduct EMS exercises and drills. Properly preplanning your exercises increases preparedness and yields valuable data. EMS World. 2012 Jun; 41(6):33-8. PMID: 22830185.
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    8. Barishansky R. Striving to thrive: how to implement the 'best' for your agency. JEMS. 2012 Jan; 37(1):52-5. PMID: 22269694.
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    9. Glick DE, Barishansky RM. Strategizing for success. When it comes to managing a volunteer agency, evaluate operations much like you would patients to determine the best treatment option. EMS World. 2011 Oct; 40(10):42-4. PMID: 22046898.
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    10. Barishansky RM, Wood DC. Body count: Defining EMS' response to mass-fatality events. EMS World. 2011 Jul; 40(7):49-50, 52-4. PMID: 21830680.
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    11. Barishansky RM. Operations under fire. Having a continuity of operations plan will assist in delivering service during an emergency event. EMS World. 2010 Oct; 39(10):48-52. PMID: 21121199.
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    12. Barishansky RM, Kirkwood S. Graduate degrees: are they worth it for EMS? The leaders of tomorrow will need a lot of advanced knowledge and the tools to solve a range of problems. EMS Mag. 2010 Jun; 39(6):39-42. PMID: 20593702.
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    13. Barishansky RM, Kirkwood S. The four-year plan. Getting a bachelor's degree can open a whole new world for EMS professionals. EMS Mag. 2010 May; 39(5):38-41. PMID: 20491314.
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    14. Barishansky RM. PART 9: Managing your directors. EMS Mag. 2009 Nov; 38(11):57-8. PMID: 19938578.
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    15. Barishansky RM. Professional development. Part 8: mentoring the next generation. EMS Mag. 2009 Oct; 38(10):93-4. PMID: 19856786.
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    16. Barishansky RM. Pass it on. Don't be afraid to delegate. JEMS. 2009 Aug; 34(8):26, 28. PMID: 19718860.
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    17. Barishansky RM, Langan J. Surge capacity. Is your system prepared for the victims of a large-scale incident? EMS Mag. 2009 Apr; 38(4):36-40. PMID: 19522336.
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    18. Barishansky RM, O'Connor K. Geriatric trauma: what to think about before assessing, treating and packaging the elderly. JEMS. 2009 Apr; 34(4):58-63, 65. PMID: 19345844.
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    19. Barishansky RM, Glick DE. Reportable incidents. Establishing policies and procedures for when calls go wrong. EMS Mag. 2009 Mar; 38(3):43-7. PMID: 19374106.
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    20. Barishansky RM, O'Connor K. Managing a major incident. Essential elements of a successful outcome. EMS Mag. 2007 Nov; 36(11):41-2. PMID: 18044392.
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    21. Barishansky RM, Glick DE. Smooth handoffs. How to put the team focus back into ALS/BLS interactions. EMS Mag. 2007 Nov; 36(11):76-9. PMID: 18044401.
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    22. Barishansky RM, Haller K. Palliative care & EMS. EMS Mag. 2007 Sep; 36(9):58-64. PMID: 17910243.
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    23. Barishansky RM. Founding fathers of EMS. EMS Mag. 2007 Aug; 36(8):98-100, 102-4. PMID: 17784716.
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    24. Barishansky RM. The geriatric patient. How to tailor your assessment and care. EMS Mag. 2007 Jun; 36(6):103-4. PMID: 17642341.
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    25. Barishansky RM. Just say no to personals cell phones on ambulances. EMS Mag. 2007 May; 36(5):36. PMID: 17536584.
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    26. Barishansky RM, O'Connor K. Best practices for EMS. Who's found a better way of doing things, and how can you benefit too? Emerg Med Serv. 2007 Jan; 36(1):71-4. PMID: 17260690.
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    27. Barishansky RM. Paying it forward. The importance of being a mentor. Emerg Med Serv. 2006 Nov; 35(11):79. PMID: 17131750.
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    28. Barishansky RM. Media relations for EMS managers. Emerg Med Serv. 2006 Sep; 35(9):54. PMID: 16999304.
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    29. Barishansky RM. Birds of a feather flock together. Emerg Med Serv. 2006 Jun; 35(6):52, 54-60. PMID: 16789661.
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    30. Barishansky RM, O'Connor K. Docs on demand. Emerg Med Serv. 2006 Jun; 35(6):44-6, 48-51. PMID: 16789660.
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    31. Barishansky RM. Progressive discipline and the EMS manager. Emerg Med Serv. 2006 May; 35(5):34, 36. PMID: 16729524.
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    32. Barishansky RM. Are you a meeting "master"? Making meetings make sense. Emerg Med Serv. 2006 Mar; 35(3):42, 44. PMID: 16610722.
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    33. Barishansky RM. Broken windows. Preventing system decay. Emerg Med Serv. 2006 Jan; 35(1):42. PMID: 16459745.
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    34. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE. Bugs without borders. What EMS needs to know about emerging infections. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Oct; 34(10):50, 52-9. PMID: 16302366.
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    35. Barishansky RM. Handling difficult employees. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Jun; 34(6):108, 110. PMID: 16047598.
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    36. Barishansky RM, Robertson LJ. Practical techniques for effective volunteer recruitment. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Jun; 34(6):104-5, 107. PMID: 16047597.
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    37. Barishansky RM. Specialized vehicles in EMS: MCI vehicles. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Jun; 34(6):69-70. PMID: 16047592.
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    38. Barishansky RM. CAAS: the view from the inside. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 May; 34(5):81-2. PMID: 15974318.
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    39. Barishansky RM. Strategic planning for EMS agencies. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Apr; 34(4):82-5. PMID: 15900874.
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    40. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE. Best practices in emergency medical services. Clinical response planning--syndromic surveillance. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Mar; 34(3):84-6. PMID: 15839542.
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    41. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE. Best practices in emergency medical services. Operations: specialized patient transport vehicles. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Mar; 34(3):89-90. PMID: 15912639.
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    42. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE. Best practices in emergency medical services. Training and education: crash airway management program. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Mar; 34(3):86-7. PMID: 15912637.
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    43. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE. Best practices in emergency medical services. Human resources & quality care--hiring practices. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Mar; 34(3):88. PMID: 15912638.
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    44. Barishansky RM, Jaskoll S. Are we ready for suicide bombings? Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Feb; 34(2):76-8, 84. PMID: 15757107.
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    45. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE, Perkins TJ. "Is there a doctor in the house?" Addressing bystander physician involvement on scene. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Jan; 34(1):87-90. PMID: 15743126.
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    46. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE, Perkins TJ. Name that tune: an introduction to auscultating, differentiating and assessing lung sounds. Emerg Med Serv. 2005 Jan; 34(1):75-80. PMID: 15743125.
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    47. Violante DA, Barishansky RM. Improvise and overcome: bringing EMS to Kenya, Part 1. Emerg Med Serv. 2004 Oct; 33(10):176-9. PMID: 15553547.
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    48. Barishansky RM, Jaskoll S. Sweating the small stuff: understanding how corporate culture impacts customer services in EMS. Emerg Med Serv. 2004 Sep; 33(9):106-7. PMID: 15481668.
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    49. Barishansky RM, O'Connor KE. The effect of emergency department crowding on ambulance availability. Ann Emerg Med. 2004 Sep; 44(3):280; author reply 280-1. PMID: 15332307.
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    50. Barishansky RM, Jaskoll S. A basic approach to prehospital management of penetrating trauma. Emerg Med Serv. 2004 May; 33(5):81-5. PMID: 15156675.
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    51. Barishansky RM, Natarajan N, Olmoz DN. Understanding and implementing basic QI in EMS. Emerg Med Serv. 2003 Sep; 32(9):164-5. PMID: 14503175.
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    52. Jaskoll S, Barishansky RM. "Who are you?" The need for standardization in EMS. Emerg Med Serv. 2003 Aug; 32(8):75-7, 79. PMID: 12942914.
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    53. Barishansky RM, Streger MR. Occupational fatalities in emergency medical services. Ann Emerg Med. 2003 Jul; 42(1):160; author reply160. PMID: 12852414.
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    54. Barishansky RM, Violante DA. Now boarding: airport EMS. Emerg Med Serv. 2003 Jun; 32(6):89-93. PMID: 12841040.
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    55. Barishansky RM. Benchmarking 101. Emerg Med Serv. 2003 Jun; 32(6):116. PMID: 12841045.
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    56. Barishansky RM. EMS U. College campus EMS. Emerg Med Serv. 2003 Apr; 32(4):93-5. PMID: 12705225.
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    57. Barishansky RM, Jaskoll S. Street culture: customer service in EMS. JEMS. 2003 Mar; 28(3):76-81. PMID: 12652279.
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    58. Barishansky RM, Jaskoll S. Is the scene safe? New realities require extra vigilance. JEMS. 2003 Feb; 28(2):62-4. PMID: 12594434.
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    59. Jaskoll S, Barishansky RM. The Israeli EMS system. Emerg Med Serv. 2002 Jun; 31(6):45-8, 50. PMID: 12078408.
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