Ebola is dominating the news and there has been a flurry of information, checklists, and resources created for EMS Personnel. Today I created two training videos on how to use an online training system to assign a document to EMS personnel to review the CDC Ebola Virus Disease screening criteria. How to Educate Personnel on the […]
In episode 395 of the MedicCast Rom Duckworth and I discuss best practices for live online EMS training. Watch and listen using this video or visit the MedicCast where you can also subscribe to all episodes of the MedicCast.
Recently posted at EMS1.com 4 tips for hands-on EMS training in your station Fire station in Skagway, Alaska
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New article posted at EMS1.com 3 tips to finding the right EMT course Please share your tips in the comments.
From time-to-time I get asked, “When are you going to write a textbook about EMS education and technology in EMS education?” Actually, I never get asked that question. But, I did write a chapter for Foundations of Education: An EMS Approach (Amazon.com link).
A reader writes, “Do you have a suggestion for good paramedic review books or computer programs for NREMT paramedic examination prep?” Share your suggestions in the comments area. I have heard good things about, but have not used: FISDAP EMSTesting.com from Platinum Education Limmer Creative Apps #166273145 / gettyimages.com
Nick Montelauro, an EMS educator, shared this top after the Indiana Primary Instructor EMS Conference. Nick wrote: “You mentioned Evernote and how you hadn’t really found a use for it yet. If you haven’t already, make sure you try the “Web Clipper” (I use it in Chrome). It makes the process of saving articles, images, […]
My favorite from presentation on Handheld Wizardry: smartphones in education… “Students are using technology whether it is appreciated or not, so nice to hear of ways to use to instructor’s advantage.” Presentation slides and notes.
The first question asked in nearly every EMS course I have ever participated in is, “Will we finish early?” Read how I respond to the question and related attitude towards learning in a recent EMS1.com column. EMS instructor: 3 ways to handle ‘Will we finish early?’