Earlier this week I asked if scared straight drills worked for preventing prom night tragedy among high school students. Looking for videos to embed in your blog or department Facebook page? Consider the many videos available on YouTube that are very timely for Prom and Graduation season. Several readers alerted me to other videos to […]
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 […]
Paramedic.Alltop.com is an aggregation of feeds from many of the top blogs from EMS bloggers. (note to EMS Blogs director, we should ask Alltop to include the feed for all new EMSBlogs.com blog posts) There is now an iPad app for Alltop that you can use to access Paramedic.Alltop.com and all of the other amazing […]
I am thrilled to bring Everyday EMS Tips to the EMS Blogs network. About 2 years and more than 1000 posts ago I launched Everyday EMS Tips to be a collection of tips, resources, study aids, tools, and plain old useful stuff. I am proud of what I have accomplished and honored to have you […]
EMS professionals are challenged to balance work, family, and other obligations while also staying or striving for mental and physical fitness. The Everyday EMS Athlete is a regular column to recognize and learn from other EMS professionals that are setting and meeting fitness goals. This edition was contributed by Paramedic Bob Sullivan. Q: What is […]
Voting is open for the 2012 EMS Blog of the Year and 2012 Fire Blog of the Year. Vote for EMS Blog of the Year Vote for Fire Blog of the Year The selection of blogs is overall excellent. I am planning a future post about my experience as a judge.
Nominations are due by March 10 for the Fire and EMS Blog of the Year Contest. Voting begins on March 14th. The Blog of the Year Contest, hosted by FireRescue1.com, EMS1.com, and The Fire Critic and sponsored by the American Military Institute, will award a passel of awesome prizes to the winner. Nominate your favorite Fire and EMS […]
Running, Running, and running … Running is one of my passions. Early in February I guest posted at the Loving the Run blog about the importance of Free Running between training cycles and when coming back from injury. I also started a new blog this month, Everyday Runner Tips, to have a specific place for […]
I have nearly completed the requirements for my paramedic refresher which has included health care provider certification, ACLS certification, PALS certification, classroom lectures, skill labs, and patient simulators. In addition I have been looking for articles and books on topics I want to learn more. While answering a patient scenario question about OB emergencies for […]
Watch this video about Paramedic Joe Riffe and his efforts to return to work as a paramedic after an above the knee amputation. Visit Joe’s blog to follow his journey.