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Dan Limmer

The EMS Classroom

Dan Limmer is a paramedic, educator and police officer who has been involved in public safety for more than 35 years. He has authored more than a dozen EMS textbooks including the Emergency Care textbook and is a frequent international conference speaker. He is the Chief Knowledge Officer at Limmer Education, a company he co-founded to publish high quality study and test prep programs. Limmer is a member of the EMS1 Editorial Advisory Board.

Elevate safety for yourself, your team and the patient to a principle and the most important thing throughout the call
The struggle of EMS in the fire service
Firefighters, EMTs and paramedics have an obligation to respond regardless of their opinions about addiction and Narcan
Relevant clinical guidance, released as it becomes available, is likely the new norm for educators and clinicians
On- or off-duty EMS personnel need to be on the lookout for hazards and ready to operate in the warm zone
EMS educators need to prepare students to make scene safety decisions with guidelines and classroom activities
Excellent networking, education sessions and music highlights of 20th annual conference for a founding member of NAEMSE
EMS providers give a glimpse into how they think about, assess, and treat stroke
EMS providers give us a glimpse into their opinions about continuing education
Successful EMT and paramedic students can apply these tips on the first day of class and eventually use them as EMS professionals