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2020 Book Log

I kept a book log in 2019 and will strive to do the same in 2020. Hellbent – the third book in the page-turning Orphan X series. Fun, quick reads of totally implausible secret agent tech, tactics and combat. Most of my reading is on a Kindle Fire 10.

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News and Events

3 Lists of 3: Early 2017 in Books, Travel and EMS Events

While running this afternoon, 5.6 miles into a stinging combination of ice pellets and snow I remembered that I used to construct a lot of blog posts using the 3 Lists of 3 format … this is what came to mind: 1. Books I have three books in progress at the start of 2017. I am […]

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EMS Books – Continue Your Education

There are lots and lots of books for EMTs and Paramedics to start your education or continue your education. I am looking forward to reading “Handle with Care: The Ferno Story” which I received this week from Ferno and is available on Amazon. Thanks! The Ambulance Driver, Kelly Grayson, recommended 10 books every paramedic should own. […]

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EMS Tips

Alternate Positing Location: Kindle, Kindle Fire, and Kindle Apps Reviewed at FireGeezer.com

Last week I contributed a guest post to the FireGeezer blog about my experience with the Kindle Fire. My post was one of several about the Kindle ereader, Kindle Fire, and Kindle Apps. Check them out. Product Review – the Kindle E-Reader Product Review – the Kindle Fire Tablet Kindle Apps for Laptops Product Review […]

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American Ambulance Association 2011 Tradeshow and Conference Day 1

Today was my first day at the American Ambulance Association Conference and Tradeshow in Las Vegas. Travelling to the Pacific time zone is always a challenge because of the two hour time change. Of course I was wide awake at 0400 local time. Running the Strip As I like to do during any Las Vegas […]

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Vacation Time Favorites

The original Family vacation movie is one of my all-time favorites. I love the line, “Sorry folks parks closed. The Moose at the gate should have told you.” Outdoor Paradise I am back from my own family vacation. Last week I packed up the metaphorical family truckster with my wife and kids for a delightful […]

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EMS Tips

Books for the Everyday EMS Reader

During much of 2010 I have been reading my way through the genre of “EMS Literature.” Here are my picks for the Everyday EMS Reader on your shopping list (or for your own personal reading list). Some are recently published while others are EMS classics. 1. by Peter Canning 2. by Joseph Clark, PhD 3. […]

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Mail Bag: New Deliveries to EverydayEMSTips.com Headquarters

Books, shoes, and DVDs oh my. Check out these recent deliveries to Everyday EMS Tips.com headquarters. Novels from Paramedic Katherine Howell I was contacted by former Australian Paramedic and novelist, Katherine Howell, about the Medical Author Chat Podcast. I am working with her to schedule a recording time soon. Meanwhile she was kind enough to […]

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Mail Bag: New Deliveries to EverydayEMSTips.com Headquarters

The grass is greening, new shoots are coming up in the flower beds, and the trees are starting to leaf out. On several recent afternoons my yard work has been interrupted by the UPS and Fedex drivers making deliveries to EverydayEMSTips.com headquarters. Some of the books and products that I have received recently include: Flight […]

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Respiratory and Ventilation Books for EMS Professionals

This is a guest post by respiratory therapy and EMT-B student Jared Scott. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. As an EMT student, I have come to realize that we are taught very simple life-saving techniques: ABC’s. Airway, breathing, and circulation.Two of these (airway and breathing) fall […]