Last Tuesday morning I met up with Michael Morse, author of the Rescuing Providence blog and[amazon-product text=” book (Amazon link)” type=”text”]158160629X[/amazon-product], for the first ever EMS Blogger Breakfast Meet-up in Rhode Island (at least to my knowledge). Our conversations ranged from the Boston Marathon to family to blogging to EMS to events of the American […]
This guest post was submitted by blogger, podcaster, and paramedic Jim Hoffman. If you would like to submit a guest post review the submission guidelines. Connect with Jim on the EMS Office Hours Facebook page or listen to the EMS Office Hours podcast. How long is your shift? Mine is usually 24 hours these days and at times have even […]
New Resource Downloads from MedicMadness.com Medic Madness blogger Sean Eddy regularly shares his patient assessment tips and tools. He recently posted two great memory aids for your pocket: Pediatric GCS Card Adult GCS Card Continuing Education: Prehospital Treatment of Asthma Jim Hoffman and Steven Kanarian presented a webinar on prehospital treatment of asthma. Watch the […]
This post (Kitchen Tools and Gadgets for Patient Assessment) from last year is still one of the top all-time posts at Everyday EMS Tips. It features patient assessment tools and tips from some of the top bloggers in EMS. Enjoy and make sure to add your tips in the comments area.
Summer is zipping away, faster than I realized. As daylight grows shorter I find myself catching up on my blog reading and writing posts here and other places. Robert G. Nixon EMS Scholarship Award Winner Congratulations to @JustMyBlog, winner of one of the 2010 Robert G. Nixon scholarships. She will be traveling to EMS Expo […]
Seven. Such a wonderful number for a list of posts. Darren Rouse, the ProBlogger, suggested a blog post that links to seven other blog posts. This is my contribution to the ProBlogger.com 7 Link Challenge. 1. The First EverydayEMSTips.com Post. Tips for watching an online education lesson to get the most out of the training […]
U.K. paramedic Mark Glencourse, EMS podcaster Chris Montera, and paramedic film maker Ted Setla have united to create a reality video series that looks at differences and similarities in emergency medical services around the world. Chronicles of EMS (http://ChroniclesofEMS.com) is a reality series that takes a look at how social media and the emergency medical […]