It’s a major award (nomination)! At least in the world of business to business publishing. Congratulations to my colleagues, a fantastic team of writers and editors, at Praetorian Digital for these nominations: Best Single Article (B-to-B): FireRescue1 “San Francisco’s 30 years of women in the fire service: The stories, struggles and triumphs” Best Column/Blog (B-to-B): EMS1 “Is […]
When any of these phrases lead a Facebook post, Facebook comment or blog post comment, or verbal argument I tune out. Wake up America Wake up people Think about it This didn’t happen when we were kids Sheeple What other lame rhetorical phrases cause you to tune out, turn off or, turn away?
My good friend Rom Duckworth posted this article recently: 1. How to write an article or create a presentation for emergency services (or just about anything else) Rom offers terrific advice. Two of the most popular all-time Everyday EMS Tips posts are: 2. How to become a published EMS author and 3. How to get an […]
In the last week I have sent an article to EMS1.com (benefits of online education), submitted an article to JEMS.com (The Paramedic Independent Learning Plan) and updated a textbook chapter on Instructional Technology for EMS instructors. I am fortunate that I have reached a point that publishers and editors contact me with requests for articles […]
Listen to my interview with author, medical first responder, and firefighter Michael Perry at the Medical Author Chat podcast blog. Michael is best known by fire and EMS professionals for his book, . Give it a listen and let me know what you think.
One of the things I hear most often from guests on the Medical Author Chat is that we all have stories to tell based on our experiences as EMS Professionals. EMS1.com just announced an EMS Week 2010 themed writing contest. The grand prize is a 42 inch television (that the winner could probably trade for […]
This is a guest post by Ashley Wirthlin. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. Public Relations Writing Tips PR success depends largely on the coverage media can provide you and your company. One aspect of being successful in your efforts to get that coverage depends upon your […]
Just like any skill I want to learn and improve at the skill of blogging to make Everyday EMS Tips a better performing blog and for the enjoyment of my readers. I regularly read posts from these blogs to learn techniques, lessons, and resources to make this blog better. To a large degree these blogs […]
Paramedic, EMS Educator, DMAT team member, and author Sam Bradley talks writing skills, habits, and techniques for EMS Educators in episode 35 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators. The episode is available now at EMSEduCast.com or by subscribing at iTunes. You can download all previous episodes there or subscribe in […]
The internet has given us unending opportunities to become a published author. Writing is one of my favorite topics and I encourage all Everyday EMS Tips subscribers to regularly write. Here are three Everyday EMS reasons to write regularly: