Information about the Lahore University of Management Science (LUMS) on campus EMS program. Learn more about the LUMS EMS Program. LUMS EMS Facebook page.
The Top 3 Fail Phrases Uttered by EMT Students: 1. Do I need to know this for the test? 2. Do I need to read the book? 3. Will class end early tonight? If you commonly use any of these phrases you are not on the path to EMS Professional success. Instead of asking those […]
If you are waiting for your turn to make a difference, change the way things are done, or break free from conventional wisdom to transform your career and relationship with the EMS profession here are four things you can do to get going. 1. Find out how Natalie, aka Ms. Paramedic, is Making Thunder. 2. […]
This is a guest post by respiratory therapy and EMT-B student Jared Scott. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. As an EMT student, I have come to realize that we are taught very simple life-saving techniques: ABC’s. Airway, breathing, and circulation.Two of these (airway and breathing) fall […]
On EMSEduCast episode 46 Chris Hendricks, RN and paramedic, discussed traits of a highly successful field instruction program for EMTs and Paramedics. Listen to the full episode and find links to a series of EMSResponder.com articles Chris wrote at EMSEduCast Episode 46. Some of the keys for a successful field instruction program that Chris discusses […]
EMT and Paramedic students are always stressed for time. Everyday EMS Tips contributor and paramedic instructor Steve Kanarian has created a short video of time management tips and strategies. What I like most about this video is Steve’s easy style of talking, reassuring tone, and just the facts approach to time management. I know you […]
Which kind of person are you?
Today a group of trainees visited our station. My partner introduced himself and then offered this great bit of advice about work and relationships: “Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.” Eleanor Roosevelt //
If you have a teacher that still writes notes on a whiteboard instead of simply (or simplistically) using PowerPoint you might be better off listening instead of taking notes. Then at the end of the lecture take a picture of the whiteboard with your smartphone (or other digital camera) on the highest resolution. For more on […]
New Everyday EMS Tips contributor Timothy Clemans wrote a two part article for the EMS1.com Everyday EMS Tips Column. Tim describes his dream to become a paramedic with the prestigious Medic 1 program in South King County and the books he is reading to broaden his knowledge and skill. Read the columns at EMS1.com. Part […]
At the interview stage of the selection and hiring process you already have demonstrated you have the basic qualifications for the job. A primary purpose of the interview is to confirm that your personality and professionalism matches with the employer need and workplace culture. Job recruiters will listen to your answers, but they also pay […]