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Posts Outside the Service Area: February 2013 Mid Winter Edition

Does winter still have an icy grip on your service area? These are articles, podcasts, and more that caught my eye this month. What caught your attention? EMS Research Priorities Steve Whitehead asks, “What are the most pressing questions for EMS research?” I just recently renewed my lapsed subscription to the Journal of Prehospital Emergency […]

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Operations

EMS Shift Sweet Spot

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 […]

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Posts Outside the Service Area: Best of EMS World Expo 2012 #EMSWorldExpo

Blog Posts The Rogue Medic was reported to be at EMS World Expo. His many blog posts about the sessions he attended should suffice as proof that he was there. If you had a Rogue Medic sighting please provide forensic evidence that he exists as more than simply a smiley face. Rogue’s posts: Misrepresenting Current […]

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Gut Feelings

Read Rogue Medic’s blog if you are interested in evidence or changing your gut feeling.

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Posts Outside the Service Area: Collections for the Year Ahead

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 […]

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EMS Workplace Survey

NYC Paramedic Brian Levinsky, CCEMT-P writes: “I am pursuing a BS in Health Administration degree at St. Joseph’s College New York. As part of a research seminar course I am conducting a survey of EMS providers’ relationships with work. This survey is open to all EMS providers who work and/or volunteer in the United States […]

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EMS Boot Camp Session: Intro to Research and Research Methods

” 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 […]

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EMSEduCast Podcast – Focus on Cardiac Arrest

In a three episode series the EMSEduCast podcast focused on sudden cardiac arrest. Episode 43 – journal club focus on sudden cardiac arrest research. Discussion about a set of articles related to sudden cardiac arrest resuscitation, implementation of the American Heart Association 2005 Emergency Cardiac Care Guidelines, and the concept of a Resuscitation specialty centers. […]

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Understanding EMS Research: EMSEduCast Episode 42

The final 2009 episode of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators discussed accessing, reading, and using research for EMS education. The cast included regular co-hosts Greg Friese, Buck Feris, and Rob Theriault. They were joined by educators Bill Toon and Tim Noonan. Listen to episode 42 at EMSEduCast.com. Make sure you […]

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Accessing and Understanding Journal Articles (#31daysofCE)

Episode 42 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators – is a robust discussion about finding and using EMS research for education. The conversation features the regular co-hosts (Buck Feris, Greg Friese, and Rob Theriault) are joined by EMS Educators Bill Toon and Tim Noonan. We discuss important concepts, finding journals […]