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 […]
Episodes 149 and 150, recorded at the 2012 EMS World Expo in New Orleans are now available. You can also watch video of the episodes recorded from the Physio-control podcasting studio. Episode 149 was sponsored by Aladtec, creators of the excellent EMS scheduling app EMS Manager. Episode 150 was sponsored by Dr. Ken Grauer, author […]
The EMSEduCast is the podcast by and for EMS educators. We have discussed PowerPoint, Slide Design, and Presentation tips on several episodes: PowerPoint Best Practices for EMS Educators: Episode 25 Lights, Camera, Action: Episode 62 Visual Broccoli for Presentations: Episode 127 Gold Medal Presentations: Episode 142 I also recently posted about Effective PowerPoint Slide Design. […]
I recorded this short preview podcast yesterday afternoon with Jamie Davis of the MedicCast and Chris Montera of the EMS Garage. We preview the week ahead at EMS World Expo. Look to the MedicCast blog for all of the latest news and podcasts from EMS World Expo New Orleans.
EMS World Expo 2012 in New Orleans is only a few days away. I am looking forward to presenting Integrating Smartphones and Tablet Devices into EMS Education on Thursday morning. You can find a description of my session and all sessions in the EMS World Expo conference guide. Download the mobile conference app. Jamie Davis, […]
On episode 145 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS educators – we discuss some of the pros and cons of requiring EMT certification and work experience before starting paramedic school. The show guest, Michael Ward (also known as fossil medic) continues the discussion he started in an EMS1.com article. There are […]
Video coverage of the Barton EMT Field Ops Day. Looks like a great learning experience. The Hutchison Community College field ops day was discussed on episode 83 of the EMSEduCast.
On episode 141 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS educators – I discuss with my co-hosts Rob Theriault and Bill Toon methods for perfecting your craft as an EMS professional. Listen to Episode 141: Perfecting Your Craft Read a blog post response/follow-up from Dave Aber – perfecting your craft – what […]
EMSEduCast co-host Bill Toon sent this link: http://www.strokeawareness.com/ems4stroke/ Visit the site for free resources for EMS and an online training program. Stroke assessment memory aids.
As an educator or training officer do you use war stories or field anecdotes? How do you use them and more importantly how do you know they add value to the student’s experience? As a student do you enjoy war stories? Do they enrich or distract from learning core principles? In my February EMS1.com tip […]