Earlier today I was a guest on the FES Tidbits podcast. We discussed CE mash-ups using the best available, expertly created training content from the internet. Listen to the show, read show notes, and access the links at FES Tidbits. Thanks!
Rommie Duckworth gives three great tips for encouraging students to ask questions in this short audio podcast. Thanks Rommie! When you use Rommie’s third tip trying adding an adjective. I like to say, “I will answer 3 awesome questions.”
I had a chance to talk to Jim Hoffman, host of the upcoming EMS Web Summit, about the summit and the presentation I am delivering during the summit. There is still time to register for a great line-up of speakers and presentation topics. Thanks Jim for the chance to chat.
I compiled this post in March but never posted it because of the transition to the EMS Blogs Network. There is some really great information in these posts. Enjoy. The Unwired Medic shares with readers the EMS blogs that he recommends. Visit his list and add your own recommendations in the post comments. With EMS […]
Many EMS professionals are using social media – on and off the job. Do you use social media? What kind of guidance do you get from your employer about social media use on and off the job. General Everyday EMS Tips for using social media are: 1. Use social media to support your personal and […]
Today is World Stroke Day. The purpose of this day is “to communicate a unified message to the world: stroke is a preventable and treatable catastrophe, and together we can fight this growing epidemic.” Learn more about World Stroke Day from the World Stroke Organization. All EMS Professionals should know the signs and symptoms of […]
Paramedic, Disaster Response Volunteer, and EMS Educator Sam Bradley discusses her contributions to the book,To the Rescue: Stories from Healthcare Workers at the Scenes of Disasters, with Greg Friese of EverydayEMSTips.com. Listen to Sam in this audio interview discuss her involvement with a California Disaster Medical Assistant Team (DMAT), her units response to New York […]
One of the biggest challenges EMS professionals and our colleagues in 911 telecommunications face is continuing to ask questions in the face of an improbably story. Take a few minutes and listen to the 911 call from the parents of balloon bay. The dispatcher did a fantastic job of continuing to ask questions that were […]
Paramedic Kelly Grayson discusses his book, En Route: A Paramedic’s Stories of Life, Death, and Everything in Between, with Greg Friese of EverydayEMSTips.com. Listen to Kelly in this audio interview with the EMS author, blogger, and educator explain his reasons for writing the book and how it was written. Kelly also shares one of his […]
Dr. Joseph F. Clark worked as an EMT-Basic in and around New York city in the early 1980s to help pay his college and graduate school tuition. The patients he encountered, as well as the frustrations he experienced caring for patients guided him towards a career as a medical researcher. In his new book, My […]