New article posted at EMS1.com 3 tips to finding the right EMT course Please share your tips in the comments.
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:
Screenshots are a valuable tool to teach students and personnel how to use the software they use on the job – scheduling, ePCR, online training, etc. Screenshots are also potentially valuable for us, as educators and trainers, to see what remote personnel are seeing on their screen. In addition to “PrtScrn” (Print Screen) this tutorial shows 3 […]
New column posted at EMS1.com. 5 things to know when buying EMS education products An educational product is only as good as the hands you put it in, so carefully consider your teaching methods This column came together for me when I attended the Hot Products session at EMS Today. During the session I heard […]
New column at EMS1.com Using ‘Paramedico: Around the World by Ambulance’ in your training Also enjoy this interview with Paramedico author Benjamin Gilmour on the Medical Author Chat podcast and read a review of Paramedico by Rob Lawrence.
Earlier today I was a guest on the FES Tidbits podcast. We discussed CE mash-ups using the best available, expertly created training content from the internet. Listen to the show, read show notes, and access the links at FES Tidbits. Thanks!
Nick Nudell and I are working on a new blog: RunningMedics.com It is a place for us to share: Best practices and experiences in race event medicine Race recaps Product reviews Training logs Race calendar If you are a runner, aspire to run, or know a run we would welcome you to visit and share RunningMedics.com. […]
Week 2 of the Coursera course, Course Review: Cardiac Arrest, Hypothermia, and Resuscitation Science Week 1 #MOOC, focused on CPR. With frequent references to clinical research and AHA guidelines Dr. Abella discussed that CPR quality is the key variable to survival with lay and professional rescuers. Lay Person CPR Training Little is known about the number […]
Today, at 1 pm CT, I am presenting “Is it Cheating or Group Problem Solving” to EMS Educators in the HealthONE webinar series. There is still time to register. I hope you can attend. These are the slides I am presenting. Is it Cheating or Group Problem Solving from Greg Friese
I joined several other EMS educators to discuss simulation in EMS education in this EMS1.com roundtable. The EMS roundtable: Expert insights on medical simulation