1. Executive Time is for Learning Axios reported that a large portion of President Trump’s schedule is devoted to “Executive Time” and alleges this mostly means Trump is watching television, tweeting and phoning pals. The White House counters that Trump is important meetings and calling legislators. Regardless of how Trump uses his executive time there […]
Seth Godin wrote, “reading more blogs is one of the best ways to become smarter, more effective and more engaged in what’s going on.” I use and recommend the Feedly RSS reader to keep up to date on my favorite EMS (and non-EMS blogs). Where to find blogs and RSS feeds: EMSBlogs.com FireEMSBlogs.com EMS1 […]
Thanks to @FISDAP for posting this photo from my presentation, Distraction is Deadly to the MN EMS Educators Teaching and Learning Conference. .@gfriese speaks about the dangers of distracted driving at this year’s TLC for EMS Educators. pic.twitter.com/Ih6HBq8ZlB — Fisdap (@FISDAP) April 25, 2014 The slide behind me is a quote from Mom that I […]
Jim Hoffman shares some of his best study tips for EMT and Paramedic students in this video: Get ahead with EMS Boot Camp. Click here for more information and to sign up for the EMS Exam Boot Camp video recording.
Is your organization using online education or training? My day job is as Director of Education for CentreLearn Solutions, LLC. I am responsible for building and maintaining our library of continuing education content. I also spend a lot of time with training officers helping them develop their own training content. The CentreLearn blog has been […]
EMT and Paramedic students are always stressed for time. Everyday EMS Tips contributor and paramedic instructor Steve Kanarian has created a short video of time management tips and strategies. What I like most about this video is Steve’s easy style of talking, reassuring tone, and just the facts approach to time management. I know you […]
I was recently asked to compile a list of top tips for EMS educators. This is the list I came up with:
For EMS professionals education is ongoing. Although education and training are needed for refresher and relicensing requirements, is also important to always be learning because medicine is dynamic. What we do now we might not do in the future. Some of what we did in the past (15 compressions and 2 breathes) we don’t do […]