I was browsing the FEMA photo library and came across this photo: The website on the sign is the web site for Moonachie First Aid and Rescue Station. Hurricane Sandy flood waters forced an unplanned evacuation and 6 feet of water destroyed everything. Other Services Email for Help I have received or been forwarded help/donation […]
A Boston EMS ambulance on standby in the finisher area at the corner of Berkeley and St. James. 2:12 pm I crossed the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon. I walked several blocks to receive my finisher’s medal, food and fluids, and my bag of belongings. Then I began the walk south to the […]
In the weekly email to readers I have been asking for news and updates. Reader “Steve” provided this reply. With his permission I am posting it for all Everyday EMS Tips readers. Thanks “Steve.” Went to my first JEMS conference… 7 out of the 10 classes I took taught me nothing new. 3 classes were life […]
This guest post was submitted by blogger, podcaster, and paramedic Jim Hoffman. If you would like to submit a guest post review the submission guidelines. Connect with Jim on the EMS Office Hours Facebook page or listen to the EMS Office Hours podcast. How long is your shift? Mine is usually 24 hours these days and at times have even […]
At the 2012 NAEMSE Symposium Dr. Bill Raynovich mentioned in his presentation on teaching ethics with cases that the topic ethical challenge for paramedic students is navigating the confusing world of social media. His talk inspired this new column at EMS1.com, Memo: Social Media Training for the Paramedic Class of 2013. Additional Resources PIOSocialMediaTraining.com – […]
Lots of these photos gathered through the creators social media connections around the world. Well done.
At the Facebook EMS Fitness Group Nick asked me if I had any heart rate training strategies to share after he saw me running the Badgerland Strider Half with a heart rate monitor strap around my chest. Understanding HR I just started running with a heart rate monitor at the start of the 2012 running […]
Dr. David Johnson writes about when to use tourniquets on the Wilderness Medical Associates blog. Rogue Medic shares a Facebook thread of fears of litigation and anecdotal experience confused with scientific proof about the use of tourniquets in his post on Facebook medics let imaginary lawyers tell them what to do. Paramedic product innovator and […]
Information about the Lahore University of Management Science (LUMS) on campus EMS program. Learn more about the LUMS EMS Program. LUMS EMS Facebook page.