Full list of EMS Education results
Inside EMS Podcast: How to recognize lazy students, bad instructors–
Join the discussion as our co-hosts break down the multiple issues with this challenge
University tackles paramedic, EMT shortage with new program–
ECPI University hopes to decrease the number of unfilled positions with hands-on training
Nextdoor, FEMA partner to bring emergency information to neighborhoods–
The partnership enables FEMA to deliver hyperlocal, targeted emergency and disaster preparedness messages and information
Event at gym aims to raise stroke awareness–
The gym provides CPR and AED training and has a heightened concern about stroke because it has a number of older people who exercise at its branches
Campaign aims to raise awareness of active shooter threat, rescue task force–
The campaign aims to raise awareness about the emerging threats facing today's responders, how a rescue task force response model works and what equipment and armor technology is available
Safer VL intubation: Recapitate the device after blade insertion–
Another tip for safer intubations.
Remember 2 Things: BVM use–
Do you know how to properly use your BVM? Steve Whitehead gives two pieces of advice when it comes to BVM use.
Texas paramedic looks back on 41 years in EMS–
Gene Gandy swapped law practice for prehospital care 28 years ago
Pharmacology for the EMT: Test your knowledge–
Show off your knowledge of the indications and contraindications for medications commonly administered by EMTs
Reality Training: Shots fired during forced entry for patient welfare check–
Discuss your guidelines and protocols for checking on the well-being of a patient
Paramedics using virtual reality to train for real-life emergencies–
Trainees are able to treat the patient the same way they’d treat a real patient and hone decision-making skills in life-and-death situations
Inside EMS Podcast: What do new EMS providers need to know?–
Our co-hosts discuss the secrets for graduating EMT and paramedic students to have a successful career
Remember 2 Things: Naloxone use–
Naloxone is quick and effective, but it also leaves you prone to making two common mistakes. With these quick tips, Steve Whitehead gives advice so you don't make either of them.
EMT students participate in mock crash exercise–
The scenario: a man crashes with his grandchild in a car seat in the backseat
Prove It: Dual defibrillation of refractory ventricular fibrillation–
What's the evidence that delivery of dual defibrillation improves survival outcomes for patients who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and fail to respond to conventional therapy?
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