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Mail Bag: New Deliveries to Everyday EMS Tips Headquarters

The guys in the brown truck are running lots of calls to Everyday EMS Tips Headquarters. I am stockpiling books, clothing, and other gear for an after Christmas giveaway. More details to come. Books: Rescuing Providence and Flesh Mechanic I just received two new books from EMS authors.  is from Lt. Michael Morse.  is from Russ Reina. […]

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Podcast: Interview with Duct Tape is Not Enough Author Dr. Ron Breazeale

Listen to an interview with Dr. Ron Breazeale author of  in this new episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast. Dr. Breazeale is a psychologist from Portland, Maine that has written a novel, , that is being used for the the Duct Tape is Not Enough project. The book, self or group study, and DVDs […]

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Best Books of 2010 … at least so far

Amazon.com editors have selected their top books of 2010. My personal reading efforts have picked up steam in 2010, especially when the weather was cold and dark. I thought I would share my top books of 2010 … at least so far. 1. Scent of the Missing (, Everyday EMS Tips Review – coming soon) […]

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Book Review: Critical Care Transport

This is a guest book review by critical care paramedic, Michael Fraley, and critical care transport nurse, Colleen Herda. If you want to guest post or review on this blog, check out the guidelines here. Critical Care Transport (2011) American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American College of Emergency Physicians Series Editor: Andrew N. Pollak, MD, FAAOS […]

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Book Review: Five Dysfunctions of a Team – a Leadership Fable

Teamwork is an inevitability of all aspects of life – family, school, sports, and work. How many different teams are you on? I joined a new team in early May when I became the Director of Education for CentreLearn Solutions, LLC. A few days after joining the team the company CEO asked me to read […]

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Book Review: A Simple Case of Suicide

 is the first book from veteran paramedic Laura Kendall. I describe the book as a mystery/romantic thriller. The heroine of the story, paramedic Kendall Rose, finds herself caught in a suspenseful criminal plot when she goes too far to investigate a drug overdose that has been ruled a simple case of suicide. Her pursuit of […]

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Book by Paramedics: Reader Recommendation

EverydayEMSTips.com reader Gary McLean, knowing my fondness for books by Paramedics and/or about EMS, sent me recommendations for these two books. Gary writes: I would add two books to your stack of important reads… (1990 – JEMS) by one of Oregon’s best paramedics, Keith Neely. I believe this was the first ‘novel’ written about Paramedics […]

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Book Review: The Perfect Mile

 tells the story of three runners – John Landy, Wes Santee, and Roger Banister – that set out in 1952 to run the first mile under four minutes. The book is written in great depth about the personalities, training habits and techniques, races, and other factors in the runner’s lives. Running on My Mind When […]

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The EMS Leadership Challenge: Medical Author Chat with Mitchell Waite, PhD

Fire Chief, Paramedic, and EMS Educator Mitchell Waite, PhD discusses his books  ,  , and a 400 Days a Call to Duty on this episode of the Medical Author Chat. Chief Waite leads the Wisconsin Rapids Fire Department. He has been in the fire service for 25 years and even longer in EMS. His career […]

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Paramedic to the Prince – Medical Author Chat with Tom Notestine

Paramedic and author Tom Notestine discusses his book  in this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast. Tom talked to me by Skype from his home in Qatar. There is a short delay between my questions and his responses and some distortion in the call due to our connection. Nonetheless, this episode is well worth […]