Bram Duffee is a highly experienced paramedic from Houston, Texas, with an impressive 25-year career. His journey into lifesaving started at just 14 when he saved a life in rural Kentucky, sparking a lifelong passion for first aid. He became one of the youngest paramedics in the country at 19, working in challenging environments, including critical care helicopters and diverse emergency units. Bram's academic pursuits led to two master's degrees and a Ph.D. in Human Development. His research explores paramedic-bystander conflict and decision-making under stress. He's authored books and co-authored groundbreaking work on hypnosis in emergency medicine. Currently, he's an Institute for Social Innovation Research Fellow and an educator, teaching university-level courses and hosting the "EMS Research with Professor Bram" podcast, sharing invaluable insights for those in emergency patient care.