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October Posts Outside the Service Area: Announcements, Books, and Opportunities

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I am readingCoop (amazon affiliate link), the latest book from Michael Perry. If you enjoyed Population 485 or Truck you will enjoy Coop. Listen to Michael Perry on an old episode of the Medical Author Chat.

Another book I am reading right now and enjoying is the Impact Equation (amazon affiliate link).

Jim Hoffman wrote, “I have a great live webinar coming up. “In the Field: Patients with Implanted Pacers and ICDs” on November 8th. Seating is limited so I encourage you to register soon.”

‎1.5 hours of CE, Free Online Training: Epilepsy and Seizure Response for Law Enforcement and EMS

Dan White, an EMS product developer and innovator, shares 15 products to check out next week at EMS World Expo.

Great ideas from Josh Weiss at the 10 to 1 PR blog on how to use Halloween as an opportunity to communicate the value of your EMS agency and teach Halloween safety.

NAEMT voting is open until October 28. I agree with Bob that this is a great time to be involved in EMS and exciting things are happening.

Jamie Davis and Chris Kaiser discuss the importance of writing an EMS report narrative on the MedicCast.

The latest episode of the Professional Ambulance Association of Wisconsin webcast is an audio recording of Austin-Travis County Chief of EMS Ernie Rodriguez. The presentation is about recognition and sharing history – highs and lows – after Chief Rodriquez toured Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.

Michael Fraley, coordinator of the North Central Regional Trauma Advisory Council, hosts a podcast for EMS providers that covers trauma topics. In this month’s episode he has an interesting conversation with FF/Paramedic David Briggs about Extrication Challenges and Hazards in new vehicles.

Registration is open for the 2013 Wisconsin EMS Association conference. I am planning to go this year for the first time in several years. Are you going?