This month I tried to gather up posts on the theme of “collections” since the first post I wanted to share was Rogue Medic’s collection of podcasts and blogs. He has curated an excellent collection of blogs and podcasts to keep up with EMS and emergency medicine research. You can eat better in 2012. Fire Engineering […]
I have been chuckling at the EMS Humor Memes at Medic Madness and decided to try my own hand at a bit of EMS education humor.
The Medic Madness blog has a regular series of humor posts about celebrity paramedics. I proposed to Sean and other bloggers that we write posts about “If Tim Tebow was a Paramedic.” The Ambulance Driver’s post on If Tim Tebow was a Paramedic. The Happy Medic also shares his thoughts on Tim Tebow as a […]
In my business developing online education programs I notice big usage surges towards the end of each quarter. The biggest surges come as the calendar approaches December 31 (for EMTs and paramedics that recertify at the end of the calendar year) and March 31 (associated with National Registry recertification). Passing the NREMT CBT Exam Sean […]
Saw this great video at the Medic Madness blog on how to create a custom Google Map for training new employees on post locations and hospitals in their response area. Check out the video to see how easy it is. Some other ways you could use custom Google Maps: 1. Include pictures in the “points-of-interest […]
Two weeks ago I wrote about continuing education and EMT recertification. Some other top EMS bloggers have also been writing about EMT training, continuing education, and EMT recertification. Check out these excellent posts: Jim Hoffman explains how he keeps up on his CEUs at EMS Office Hours Sean Eddy reminds us that continuing education doesn’t […]