EMS Training Tools Tips
CPR class instruction tips: 5 ways to make it great
My most recent health care provider recertification was memorable for all of the things the instructors did well.
7 Questions to keep paramedic students on track during simulation
Learn how to make the best use of training time and keep students on track with these questions during patient assessment scenarios.
How educators can use screencasts for EMS Training
Screencasting has many potential uses for EMS educators and training officers, such as the introduction of a new or revised protocol.
More books to achieve the paramedic dream
Have you already gone through the first round of recommended reading? Read on for the second tip in a two-part series on books for achieving your paramedic goals.
Books to achieve my paramedic dream
Serious about becoming a paramedic? Here is the first tip in a two-part series about books to help you reach your goal.
How to overcome your own self-doubt as an EMT, paramedic, student or leader
If you are an EMS teacher — or just an EMT needing a confidence boost — read on for tips in conquering professional obstacles encountered by first responders
EMS podcast: 2 important tips for new podcast hosts
In Start Your Own Podcast: 10 Steps, Jamie Davis — the Podmedic — outlined his essential steps for starting a podcast. Here are two additional and important tips for new podcasters. Read on for advice on how to make your first podcast a home run
10 Steps to start your own EMS podcast
Podcasting is a dynamic and emerging method to deliver Web-based content to EMS professionals. Lean how to spread your message in a fun and easy way
Assess patient's complaints for associated signs or pertinent negatives
Consider these possible associated signs or pertinent negatives for a patient with an abdominal pain complaint.
Emergency Response Guidebook training for EMS and fire
Before you do anything, make sure you have the most current copy of the ERG.