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Link: Hyperglycemia in Acutely Ill Patients

Paramedics and educators Buck Feris and Steve Cole contributed an excellent article about hyperglycemia in acutely ill patients to the CentreLearn blog. Check it out. The complexity of the question that led to this article gave me hope that there are paramedics that desire more knowledge, rather than paramedics that decline new knowledge.

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News and Events

Posts Outside the Service Area: June 2011

Wearing a Watch When I wear a watch, which is not very often, I either wear a Timex off the shelf Ironman or a . I run and cycle with the Garmin and value the pacing information. I run foot races with the Timex and record my own mile splits. The difference between the course […]

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EMS Education Tips

EMSEduCast: 100th Episode and Going Strong!

In February of 2009 I suggested to Chris Montera that the EMS Garage podcast do a show about education topics. He suggested back that I start an EMS education podcast. Fast forward … the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS educators – just posted our 100th episode. Thanks to my wonderful co-hosts Chris […]

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News and Events

Announcement: Everyday EMS Athlete Column Prize Package from Magnum Boots USA

Last week we posted the latest Everyday EMS Athletes column with a profile of paramedic Buck Feris. The column’s lead sponsor, Magnum Boots USA, is offering a fantastic set of prizes for each month’s Everyday EMS Athlete column. To enter the contest, tell us about how you’re changing your diet on the job and at […]

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Everyday EMS Athlete

Everyday EMS Athlete Profile: Buck Feris

As many of us know, putting your health and fitness first can be a major challenge with the busy schedules we adhere to every day. Between his three jobs as a donor center coordinator, tissue recovery technician and paramedic, Buck Feris recognized this difficulty but decided to take the challenge head on by changing his […]

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News and Events

Innovators in EMS 2010: EMS 10 Thanks!

Last night I was recognized as one of ten innovators in EMS for 2010 by JEMS Magazine and Physio-Control. I am proud and humbled for “recognition for innovative thinking in EMS.” I was nominated for the award for the EMSEduCast podcast – the only podcast by and for EMS educators. We have recorded more than […]

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EMS Tips

#7Links – Contribution to the 7 Link Challenge from @ProBlogger

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 […]

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News and Events Press Release

22 Hours of Con Ed Now Available from EMS Boot Camp #EMS

In just a year the EMS Boot Camp project has built an archive library of over 22 hours of recorded EMT and Paramedic continuing education webinars. The multimedia CE lessons cover many important aspects of EMS. Each EMS Boot Camp webinar includes: Recorded video and audio of the session that you can watch anytime online […]

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EMS Tips

Medical Math Made Easy: Premium Online Education from EMSBootCamp.com

” Medical Math – Get it Right Every Time “ This session on Medical Math, i.e. Drug Calculations by Paramedic Educator Buck Feris is available in the EMSBootCamp.com Premium Session archives. Buck has years of experience helping students who struggle with drug calculations. Several years ago he did some research on the origins of the drug […]

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Social Media Tips

Podcasting How-To for EMS Professionals

2009 was a big year for EMS podcasting. I thoroughly enjoyed my involvement as a co-host of the EMSEduCast, regular contributor to the EMS Garage, and guest appearances on the MedicCast and EMS Professional podcasts. I also launched a new podcast, Medical Author Chat. For me I try to keep the technical aspects of podcasting […]