Paramedic, EMS Educator, DMAT team member, and author Sam Bradley talks writing skills, habits, and techniques for EMS Educators in episode 35 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators. The episode is available now at EMSEduCast.com or by subscribing at iTunes. You can download all previous episodes there or subscribe in […]
On episode 33 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS educators Kelly Grayson, author and paramedic, discussed teaching airway management with Buck, Rob, and me. It was a fun and informative conversation with active engagement from the live show chat room. Join the conversation each week at http://emseducast.com/live.
During September EMSResponder.com ran a series of EMS education tips. These are tips I contributed to the list.
Kelly Grayson talked about airway management and the airway management continuum concept on last night’s episode of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators. If you were not able to listen live the episode will soon post at EMSEducast.com. You can also download all previous episodes there or subscribe in the iTunes […]
I was recently asked to compile a list of top tips for EMS educators. This is the list I came up with:
The EMSEduCast – a podcast by and for EMS educators – discussed field preceptorship and clinical education for paramedics during its weekly June shows. One of the topics that came up frequently was orientation and training for field preceptors. Rich Beebe, program director of the Center for Rural EMS Education, was the July 15, guest […]
The NREMT bleeding and shock skill sheet has changed recently. If direct pressure is not successful for severe extremity bleeding proceed immediately to application of a tourniquet. Learn more about this change from our friend Jamie Davis in episode 168 of the MedicCast.. This change was also part of the EMSEduCast episode 10 discussion with […]