FULL LIST OF EMS Education Topics
Quiz: How accurately can you triage 10 MCI patients?–
Test your ability to apply the START algorithm to a collection of simulated MCI patients
Inside EMS Podcast: Challenges of using ketamine in the field–
Our co-hosts discuss uses, challenges and letting EMTs administer ketamine
Reality Training: Snowmobile crash in the woods–
Discuss your duty to extricate a patient from a remote location and what equipment is available to you
Treating geriatric patients: 5 tips for EMTs and paramedics–
Follow these methods to successfully assess and treat older patients
How to use SALT to triage MCI patients–
Keeping patients moving toward definitive treatment through accurate triage of life threats is the key to EMS success at a mass casualty incident
Remember 2 Things: Piercings and airway management–
Steve Whitehead, host of Remember 2 Things, breaks down two things to think about when you encounter a patient with piercings in their airway while you're trying to manage it.
Remember 2 Things: Two pieces of PPE you're not using enough–
Steve Whitehead, host of Remember 2 Things, explains why eye and ear protection should be used on every single call.
Remember 2 Things: Self-motivated learners–
Steve Whitehead, host of Remember 2 Things, encourages and explains how self-motivated learners can positively influence and expand their organization.
What part of paramedic training did you find most difficult?–
A task that is hard for some paramedic students may be easier for others; here's what our readers had to say
How to use an metered-dose inhaler with closed-mouth technique–
The Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Foundation demonstrates how to properly use a metered-dose inhaler with a closed-mouth technique.
Prove It: Epinephrine may have a role during resuscitation from cardiac arrest–
Measuring the time to epinephrine administration as a continuous variable shows time-dependent nature of epinephrine administration
Rapid reaction: 3 active shooter, mass killing truths–
A gunman's attack at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is a reminder of soft-target vulnerability and to prepare everyone to "stop the bleed"
Paramedic Chief Q&A: A new way to train public safety officers–
This "it takes a public safety village" approach to officer training is successful and repeatable in any jurisdiction
5 steps to create an EMS culture of continuous learning–
Creating a culture of continuous learning and improvement is an EMS leader's responsibility
5 simulation scenarios to teach capnography to BLS providers–
EMTs can easily learn how to use capnography as a patient assessment and monitoring tool
EMS1 Top 5
- Why EMS personnel need an off-duty bailout bag
- 50 awesome songs to listen to in the ambulance
- Quiz: How accurately can you triage 10 MCI patients?
- Tensions flare over Calif. ambulance response to calls
- Living wage would be mark of real progress for EMS providers