Two new episodes of the Medical Author Chat podcast were posted during EMS Week 2011. In each episode I talk to an EMS professional who is also an author. Mike Cyra author of Emergency Laughter Podcast: Interview with Barry Bachenheimer author of Please Don’t Dance in My Ambulance Barry suggests using for station tours EMS […]
is an outstanding book about working on Rescue 1 in Providence, Rhode Island. Readers follow Lt. Michael Morse on a 36 hour shift through the busy streets of his hometown. Lt. Morse shares his passion for the job and compassion for the people he serves, despite the overwhelming volume of calls and chronic problems faced […]
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. […]
I just received two new books from EMS authors. is from Lt. Michael Morse. is from Russ Reina. I am scheduling Medical Author Chat interviews with both authors in 2011. Have you read either book? If you have and would like me to link to your review or publish your review here let me know.
is the first novel by Australian author and former paramedic, Katherine Howell. The fast-moving plot follows a paramedic, Sophie Phillips, and her police officer husband Chris after he is shot and their one year old son is abducted. Intertwined with Chris and Sophie’s story is the investigation by the detectives assigned to the case. Lethal […]
EMT and romance novelist, Jaxine Daniels, discusses her series of novels featuring paramedics and rescue jumpers in this issue of the Medical Author Chat. Jaxine is the author of two books ( and ) that feature a paramedic that works for a fictional hockey team. The other series of five books revolves around the “danger, […]
Paramedic and author, Laura J. Kendall, discusses her two books, and on this episode of the Medical Author Chat. Laura is an active paramedic in New Jersey. Her EMS career began as a volunteer in 1981. She has since worked in rural and inner city areas and been an EMS educator. We discuss her journey […]
The Streets Ran Red by Morgan Lawrence is a book that “puts you in the driver’s seat” of the real life of being a paramedic that is based on the authors twenty years as a paramedic, physician’s assistant, and traumatologist. The book is based on Morgan’s “real events and real cases”. Morgan became a paramedic […]