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2011: An Amazing Year

Wire to Wire, 2011 has been one of the best years of my life. Of course there were some challenges and disappointments, but as...

Posts Outside the Service Area: 2012 Resolutions

Are you ready for 2012? In this month's edition of posts outside the service area I share some of my favorite posts from the...

Video: Saving Lives is Part of the Job

News video of paramedics in Texas that responded to a school shooting. A few thoughts: 1. After a high profile incident does your service issue a...

Social Media and Emergency Responder Organizations

I have been reading some great content about social media and emergency responder organizations. Social Media Discipline During Firefighter Injury or Line of Duty Death Many...

New EpiPen: When did this happen?

Some time in 2012 Dey Pharma released a new version of the EpiPen. Visit their website to learn more about the device. If you call...

Got My Flu Shot … Finally

After considerable dilly dallying I got my flu shot a week and half ago while I was in Kansas City. The pharmacist at Target...

Video: Merry Christmas and Thanks for Your Service

I truly appreciate the fire, EMS, and law enforcement professionals that are working today and tomorrow. Being away from their families to keep the...

Goodbye to Our Best Friend

Earlier this week we said goodbye to our yellow labrador retriever, Sousa (working name). His official name was "Friese's Finest Fellow" and he lived...
Glucometer | Hyperglycemia

Link: Hyperglycemia in Acutely Ill Patients

Paramedics and educators Buck Feris and Steve Cole contributed an excellent article about hyperglycemia in acutely ill patients to the CentreLearn blog. Check it...

Video: PowerPoint Make Over from Visual Broccoli

EMS and Law Enforcement educator John Dillon has started a new website and training program, VisualBroccoli.com. Part of his training is to makeover PPT...

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