At the Colorado EMS Educator Symposium I used PollEverywhere.com to ask the audience several questions. I then riffed off the answers and facilitated audience participation related to the question and answers. The polls were embedded in the PowerPoint slides, available for viewing here. Two of the poll results are below:
I am moderating two webinars on Thursday (12/12/13). Train Better with LearnEMS LearnEMS is the new online training system powered by CentreLearn. It is an easy to use training system for any EMS or fire organization to begin training online quickly using a built-in catalog of courses or an intuitive course builder. It is also […]
During my visit to the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul for the Minnesota EMS Educators conference I was invited to Station 51 home of Freedom House. Station 51 is also the home of the St. Paul EMS Academy which is an amazing effort that is providing EMT training and employment for economically and socially […]
Join me on Thursday, April 4 at 1 PM CT, for a HealthONE EMS educator webinar. Topic: Cheating in EMS Education Register now! Description: Well publicized cheating scandals have led to suspension without pay, termination of employment, and shuttering of EMS education programs. More importantly cheating causes an erosion of the public trust in EMS […]
I am looking forward to attending and presenting at the Minnesota EMS Educators conference next month. I am certain I will wear my fancy dress shirt with the Green Bay Packers logo. Find out more about the conference program and speakers.
At the 2011 National Association of EMS Educators Conference I was asked to share three tips for new EMS educators. What are your tips for new EMS educators? ParamedicTV is powered by EMS1.com
In the first video of a new EMS1.com video series paramedic and educator Steve Whitehead talks about two uses for End-Tidal CO2 monitoring. Great video and hope the first of many from Steve.
Learning to perform procedures correctly is a vital part of EMT and paramedic training. This requires the educator to provide an environment where procedures can be practiced in as close to real life circumstances as possible. This can get expensive. As an EMS educator, I am constantly looking for ways to make equipment and supplies […]
Introduction: I have lived most of my life in Wisconsin. I have followed with great interest the reaction of my neighbors to Governor Walker’s budget proposal to eliminate most collective bargaining rights of public employees. This might be the first of several posts related to the local and national media coverage of the debate in […]
This is a guest post by Doug Gadomski. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. Sessions on the Riverwalk I attended the first ever National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) Mini-Symposium on January 22nd & 23rd 2010 in San Antonio, Texas. The concept, offering expanded versions of the top-rated […]