Are you ready for 2012? In this month’s edition of posts outside the service area I share some of my favorite posts from the month and resolutions associated with the post. Enjoy and Happy New Year! EMS Blog Resolution: Jim Hoffman, the EMS Professional, loves EMS bloggers. He shares some of his favorite EMS blogs and […]
In my business developing online education programs I notice big usage surges towards the end of each quarter. The biggest surges come as the calendar approaches December 31 (for EMTs and paramedics that recertify at the end of the calendar year) and March 31 (associated with National Registry recertification). Passing the NREMT CBT Exam Sean […]
Do you know some EMTs only complete the minimum required CE? When I reapply every two year I usually have way more than the minimum required CE hours. In some categories I often have double the required hours. One person, me, does not make a focus group, but nonetheless I was puzzled when I received […]
EMS Week – Take That Spoon Away, I’m Fed Up Great episode of the EMS Office Hours podcast by Jim Hoffman. Give the show a listen and let Jim know what you think about EMS Week.
In this short video Jim Hoffman from the EMS Office Hours blog and podcast shares his tips for readying IV start equipment.
I have been on enough regional jet take-offs to know that leveling off just a few thousand feet off the ground just after take-off is not the way things usually work. We had taken off moments from the Detroit airport for a southern destination. As I began to puzzle our low altitude the plane turned […]
EMS professionals have unlimited opportunities to practice their craft. Mountain rescue is one of those opportunities. What do you think about this work environment?
Here is a quick tutorial from Jim Hoffman, of the Authorized Transmissions blog, on how to make comments on EMS blogs and how to share your favorite blog posts with your social media EMS, paramedic and EMT friends. Your turn … leave a comment on this post, another Everyday EMS Tips post, or on a […]
Last week I asked, “How do you read blogs?” Many Everyday EMS Tips readers told me they use a feed reader, like Google Reader, to stay up to date on EMS and connected with their favorite bloggers. Regular professional reading is a great habit for EMS professionals. I routinely find blogs posts that are as […]
“Who is paying for your EMS continuing education?” was the question Jim Hoffman, the EMS Professional asked his listeners earlier this week. You can listen to the full broadcast in this Blog Talk Radio Player. // Jim make a lot of great points during the broadcast about the importance of continuing education and different methods […]