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EMS Week: Download 25 Things you should have learned in Medic School But Didn’t #EMSWeek

Today only! Download . An EMS Week gift from author and EMT Dave Konig. Thanks Dave! Interview with Dave Konig on the Medical Author Chat podcast. My review of 25 Things You Should Have Learned in Medic School But Didn’t …  Need a Kindle?  The Kindle and Kindle apps are terrific for readings books anywhere and anytime. I […]

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Announcement: Updated Edition of You Called 9-1-1 for What?

An updated edition of  has been released by the author Dave Konig. If you already own this $0.99 ebook you should have received an email from Amazon for an automatic and free update. If you don’t own this or Dave’s other book,  you can find them both on Amazon.   My review of You Called […]

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Alternate Posting Locations: New Podcast Episodes Posted and a free ebook

EMSEduCast: Training for the Active Shooter Incident On episode 156 we discuss the preparation and training of EMS providers for active shooter incidents. We discuss how EMS can prepare and train with law enforcement, move into the warm zone with a law enforcement escort, and appropriate BLS life-saving care. Medical Author Chat: Interview with Dave […]

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Book Review: Official Guide to Blogging for EMS

The  by Dave Konig lays out the practical steps to beginning as a blogger in emergency medical services (or any healthcare topic) and answers many common questions asked by new bloggers. In the Kindle ebook Dave explains blogging platforms, the importance of blogger identity, types of posts and media content, and wisely guides readers through […]

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Guest Post: Will Using GPS Make Us Stupid

This guest post was submitted by Phillip Presley. Everyday EMS Tips always welcomes guest post submissions from EMS professionals, EMS educators, and EMS students. All others are asked to first make a contribution to the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride, see submission guidelines, before submitting a post. I appreciate Phillips submission and his  contribution to the […]

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Free Kindle Download: 2 Weeks a Year Finding Humor While Deployed in Iraq

EMS Week Special Only available until midnight tonight (Tuesday) … download for the Kindle : Finding Humor While Deployed in Iraq by retired Army National Guard combat medic Trent Cherin. Learn more about the book and Trent’s experience in this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast.

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Book Review: 2 Weeks a Year Finding Humor in Iraq

, by SSG Trent Cherin, is an ebook chronicle of SSG Cherin’s experience deployed in Iraq for a year spanning 2003 and 2004. 2 Weeks a Year caught my eye as I was browsing the Kindle owners lending library because the cover photo is of the author standing in front of an Army Ambulance. SSG […]

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New Ebook: Top 5 Emergencies and How to Handle Until Paramedics Arrive

Paramedic and author Laura Kendall is offering a free ebook on her site, Top 5 Medical Emergencies and How to Handle Them. I have already downloaded the ebook and think it is a great resource for family and friends that frequently ask questions like, what are common emergencies? When should we call 911? What should […]

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Tips to Develop and Distribute an Ebook for EMS Training

A few months ago I have posted a first and second edition of an ebook on MCI response tips, products, and training for EMS professionals. The process to prepare the ebook, post it online, and share it was readers was pretty straightforward. 1. Collected columns and blogs posts I had written on MCI response into […]

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ebook: MCI Response by EMS Tips, Resources, and Training

Ebook compilation of tips, resources, and training related to EMS response to mass casualty incident response. Download the ebook, read, and share. I would also welcome your tips, resources, and product reviews for a second edition. If you are interested in mass casualty response and EMS I highly recommend these posts and training programs: MCI […]