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.
I compiled this post in March but never posted it because of the transition to the EMS Blogs Network. There is some really great information in these posts. Enjoy. The Unwired Medic shares with readers the EMS blogs that he recommends. Visit his list and add your own recommendations in the post comments. With EMS […]
Are you loading your iPhone or Android phone with the latest EMS and Fire Apps? Which are your favorites? A few days ago the Happy Medic posted a review of the Difficult Airway App. He makes a solid case for this app. Have you used it? The Unwired Medic shares a link to the Wildland […]
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 […]
Sunday I returned from 5 days at the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) Symposium in Reno, Nevada. The Symposium draws educators from throughout North America and beyond for several days of education, networking, and socializing. Enhanced Visual Presentations On Thursday I presented Enhanced Visual Presentations with Kyle David Bates. The emphasis of the workshop […]