Full list of EMS Training results
Active-shooter response: Are you physically ready?–
Normally, I am strong believer that paramedics are at their best when they saunter into a scene, slowly walking and looking for clues and risks. But an active-shooter incident is going to require repetitive bursts of significant physical activity.
Blood pressure reading tips and tricks for EMS–
One of the things I'm most often asked by students and rookie EMTs is, "Kelly, how am I supposed to hear a blood pressure in the back of the rig?"
How to use an upside-down KED for a hip injury patient–
What do you do when you must package that hip fracture in tight confines?
Cold weather response tips for EMS–
While great for sports, cold and snow present risks to EMS folks. Take these extra precautions if responding in such conditions.
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.
5 CPR and AED instruction tips for EMS educators–
Do you aspire to become an EMS educator? If so, learning how to teach CPR to lay rescuers — and teach it well — is an excellent first step.
Cybersecurity in the EMS workplace–
The internet can help daily EMS operations, but when used carelessly, it can also lead to problems
How to select education sessions at an EMS conference–
Are you attending a regional or national EMS conference in the near future? Here are some tips for selecting conference sessions.
How to program EMS students waiting time–
Students often receive vague directions to "do some studying" while waiting for their simulation drill.
5 tips to debfrief EMS patient assessment scenarios–
Patient assessment scenarios are great opportunities for students to see injuries and illness within the context of the assessment.
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.
10 tips to prepare for a multiple choice EMS exam–
Multiple choice exams often worry EMS students. Here are some tips to get in the best shape possible before the big day.
Determining a patient's level of consciousness–
The AVPU scale is an important tool used to assess a patient's level of consciousness. However, sometimes the distinction between 'A' and 'V' frequently can cause confusion.
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