Last week at the 2014 National Association of EMS Educators Symposium Bill Toon, Rob Theriault, and myself met face-to-face for the first time. Even though we had co-hosted more than 100 episodes of the EMSEduCast we had never gathered in the same place. Turns out that I enjoy their company as much (actually more) in person […]
As seen in front of the CentreLearn booth at the National Association of EMS Educators symposium, @UnwiredMedic explains his kilt and Kilted to Kick Cancer. Visit his site to find out why he and others are kilted this September. Also seen on the same trip…the pink Delta plane.
From time-to-time I get asked, “When are you going to write a textbook about EMS education and technology in EMS education?” Actually, I never get asked that question. But, I did write a chapter for Foundations of Education: An EMS Approach (Amazon.com link).
At the Colorado EMS Educator Symposium I used PollEverywhere.com to ask the audience several questions. I then riffed off the answers and facilitated audience participation related to the question and answers. The polls were embedded in the PowerPoint slides, available for viewing here. Two of the poll results are below:
At the 2014 Colorado EMS Educator Symposium I presented Hanheld Wizardry and Cheating in EMS education during two concurrent sessions. View the symposium brochure. Handheld Wizardry Integrating Smartphones and Tablet Devices into EMS Education Presented to Colorado EMS Educator Symposium from Greg Friese Smartphone Apps recommended by Everyday EMS Tips readers. Documents and webpages mentioned in this […]
At the 2014 Teaching and Learning Conference for EMS Educators I presented Distraction is Deadly and Cheating in EMS education during two concurrent sessions. (MN EMS Educators Facebook Page) Distraction is Deadly Distraction is Deadly: Presentation to MN EMS Teaching and Learning Conference April 2014 from Greg Friese Cheating in EMS Education Is It Cheating […]
I am moderating two webinars on Thursday (12/12/13). Train Better with LearnEMS LearnEMS is the new online training system powered by CentreLearn. It is an easy to use training system for any EMS or fire organization to begin training online quickly using a built-in catalog of courses or an intuitive course builder. It is also […]
During my NAEMSE Symposium presentation, Handheld Wizardary, I asked attendees to share their favorite apps. I asked this question by text/email message using Remind101.com. Many attendees replied to me with their favorite smartphone apps. Action Movie FX Chrome Browser Dropbox Epocrates Facebook Google Translate Instagram NAEMSE Symposium Guidebook Paramedic Protocol Provider Pepid Pocket RX Safe […]
I have just added these dates to my calendar for 2014. I hope to attend all three. How about you? EMS Today, February 4-8, 2014 in Washington DC. Pinnacle EMS Leadership Forum, July 21-15, 2014 in Scottsdale, AZ. NAEMSE Symposium, September 16-21, 2014 in Reno, NV. If you could go to just one national EMS […]
I spent last week at the Pinnacle EMS Leadership Forum and the National Association of EMS Educators Symposium. It was a long week of travel that gave me the opportunity to fly through Minneapolis-St. Paul, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Washington Reagan, and Detroit before returning home to the cozy confines of the Central Wisconsin Airport. I had […]