Sunday, August 19, 2018
Home 2011 September

Monthly Archives: September 2011

NAEMSE Symposium 2011: Event Recap

Sunday I returned from 5 days at the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) Symposium in Reno, Nevada. The Symposium draws educators from throughout...

Paramedics Lead the Way: Community Paramedicine

Terrific article in the New York Times: Responding Before a Call is Needed-community paramedics seek to prevent emergencies.

Book Review: Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain

How I went from gang member to multimillionaire entrepreneur by Ryan Blair. For reasons not totally clear or obvious to me a book publicist...

Kilted to Kick Cancer

Throughout the month of September EMS, Fire, and Police bloggers have been Kilted to Kick Cancer with the purpose to raise awareness of Prostate...

App Information: Pedi Quick Ref (PQR)

This post was contributed by Ray Coleman of Creative Custom Applications. PQR is an application for iOS devices developed by Creative Custom Applications. PQR is...

National Association of EMS Educators Symposium 2011 #NAEMSE

Today I depart for Reno, Nevada for the 2011 National Association of EMS Educators Symposium. The annual event brings together paramedic and EMT educators...

Question: Resources to Learn more about Bath Salts

A reader writes, "I need to create a training program about Bath Salts. Where can I find information to build the training program?" PA DOH...

Remembrances of Eight Dedicated EMS Providers

Please visit to read Always Remember about the eight dedicated EMS providers that died on September 11, 2001.

Book Review: Thunder Dog

Thunder Dog: the true story of a blind man, his guide dog, and the triumph of trust at Ground Zero. 140020304X (Amazon Affiliate Link) is...

Question: Treatment of Severe Sepsis

Reader writes, "I am looking for more information on Severe Sepsis is treated." A quick Google search revealed these resources: Guidelines for management of severe...

Connect with Me


Support Everyday EMS Tips

Support Everyday EMS Tips by clicking on this link before making your Amazon purchase. Thanks!

Latest from Everyday EMS Tips