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Tag: EMT Training
In episode 395 of the MedicCast Rom Duckworth and I discuss best practices for live online EMS training. Watch and listen using this video or visit the MedicCast where you can also subscribe to all episodes of the MedicCast.
On Episode 88 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS educators – we discussed Bullying in the EMS workplace and EMS education. I thought the conversation was fascinating. Please visit the EMSEduCast, ProMed Network, or iTunes to listen to this and previous episodes. The show guest expert, Catherine Mattice, of Civility Partners […]
” A Google Search Is Not Research “ Date : April 14th 2010 Time: 1400 hours EST This special Boot Camp session is presented by Joseph F. Clark, Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati and the author of My Ambulance Education: Life and Death on the Streets of the City. This class will provide a brief introduction to research and research methods. The students will […]
As an educator my motto for any training that I develop or deliver is that it must RESPECT students’ time, experience, and knowledge. When I am a student this is also how I judge the quality of an educator and a training program. Did the training and the educator RESPECT my time, experience, and knowledge? […]
This is a guest post by respiratory therapy and EMT-B student Jared Scott. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. As an EMT student, I have come to realize that we are taught very simple life-saving techniques: ABC’s. Airway, breathing, and circulation.Two of these (airway and breathing) fall […]
” Medical Math – Get it Right Every Time “ This session on Medical Math, i.e. Drug Calculations by Paramedic Educator Buck Feris is available in the EMSBootCamp.com Premium Session archives. Buck has years of experience helping students who struggle with drug calculations. Several years ago he did some research on the origins of the drug […]
Mass casualty incidents are infrequent for most EMS professionals. We have few opportunities to practice and improve our MCI response skills. Lectures can help us become familiar with concepts, but regular hands on practice through table top exercises, drills, and full-scale simulations is needed to achieve competency. Here are some Everyday EMS Tips for MCI […]
Test your Incident Management knowledge and response capabilities. I wrote the quiz questions that were uploaded into the C3Softworks game Bravo. Games are an interesting tool for teaching. When using a software program for teaching follow these Everyday EMS Tips:
Topic: Uncovering The Autonomic Nervous System, with guest speaker Buck Feris from the EMSEducast.com. Tomorrow: Wed Oct 14th at 2:00 PM EST Registration: http://emsbootcamp.com Information about the session from Jim Hoffman: This is a very special session and will most likely go well over 90 minutes. You know, all the good stuff on nervous systems […]