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Health and Wellness

Must Read: Money Smart Medic Series

Sean at MedicMaddness.com has been writing a great series of posts, the Money Smart Medic, about his personal journal to take control of his life by taking control of his income and expenses. His journey is a MUST READ for any medic. I first wrote about my own experience with¬†financial peace and freedom in 2009. […]

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EMS Tips

Policy Prohibiting Concealed Carry of Guns by EMS Professionals

Hard to believe it has been almost two years since I last wrote about concealed carry for EMS. But it has. Scott Kier, Sean Eddy, and Chris Montera rekindle the conversation in Episode 14 of the EMS in the New Decade podcast. Two years ago I was skeptical about EMS and concealed carry and I […]

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EMS Tips Humor

If Tim Tebow was a Paramedic

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 […]

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EMS Tips

Posts Outside the Service Area: the End of Summer

Great Stuff Cooking in EMS In the last two years the attention to safety from field providers to policy makers has increased exponentially. The Podmedic, Jamie Davis, and Carissa O’brien provided excellent video blogging coverage of the EMS Culture of Safety Conference. The Unwired Medic explains why ePocrates is the best app he has ever […]

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EMS Tips

Continuing Education and Recertification: Posts Outside the Service Area

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 […]

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EMS Tips

Posts Outside the Service Area: Resources, Continuing Education, and HIPAA Training

New Resource Downloads from MedicMadness.com Medic Madness blogger Sean Eddy regularly shares his patient assessment tips and tools. He recently posted two great memory aids for your pocket: Pediatric GCS Card Adult GCS Card Continuing Education: Prehospital Treatment ¬†of Asthma Jim Hoffman and Steven Kanarian presented a webinar on prehospital treatment of asthma. Watch the […]

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Announcement

E-Book: Turn Your Android Phone into an EMS Tool

Paramedic and blogger Sean Eddy wrote this great resource, Turn Your Androiod Phone into an EMS Tool.
Visit DroidMedic.com to get your copy.

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EMS Tips

Posts Outside the Service Area: Continuing Education

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 […]