Stethoscope, Smartphone, Trauma Shears, Gloves and Pistol

If I was casting and outfitting an actor to play the role of paramedic on television I would make sure their costume, for the sake of authenticity, included: Stethoscope, casually slung around the neck or half tucked into a cargo pocket Smartphone, holstered on a tactical belt in an Otter Box or other type of […]

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Posts Outside the Service Area: Books, Apps, and Blogs for November 2012

Books Paramedic and Mortician Matthew Sias published a memoir and collection of experiences, [amazon-product text=”Silent Sirens: Memoirs of a Life Saving Mortician (Amazon affiliate link)” type=”text”]B009LNGYDO[/amazon-product] Apps At the start of the month and Limmer Creative launched two new apps: 101 Last Minute Study Tips. There are two versions – EMT and Paramedic – and […]

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2012 EMS World Expo Session Notes

During EMS World Expo I was able to attend several sessions. Below are my notes and some links for each presentation I attended. Train the Trainer: Designing and Running an Injury Prevention and Wellness Program I was fortunate to sit in on about two hours of Bryan Fass’ pre-conference. I learned and will continue to […]