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Greg, Bill, and Rob record their final episode of the EMSEduCast. After 195 episodes your intrepid hosts have decided to pursue other EMS education hobbies and passions. They also want to open the space for other EMS educators to launch and deliver an EMS education podcast. Thanks to all of our supporters, ...
In this fascinating and penultimate episode of the EMSEduCast Greg, Bill, and Rob are joined by Dr. Ben Abella about his experience instructing the Spring 2013 Coursera massive open online course, Cardiac Arrest, Hypothermia, and Resuscitation Science. We also discuss current cardiac arrest research. ...
In this episode we talk to Lt. Paul Hasenmeier about educational attainment and degree completion for fire and EMS professionals. Paul shares his efforts to accomplish completion of an associates degree, bachelors degree, and masters of public administration while working full-time, being a husband and ...
On this episode of the EMSEduCast we are joined by Bobbie Merica to discuss her work with, teaching on, and writing about moulage in EMS, nursing, and allied health education. Bobbie is the owner of Moulage Concepts, a contributor to EMS World Magazine, and author of .     Recommendations Bobbie ...
We continue our conversation about onboarding new EMS instructors with Art Hsieh and Angel Burba. Listen to part 1 with Dan Limmer and Angel Burba. Recommendations: Bill – NEMSAC requests comments on EMS Agenda for the Future revisions Greg – Absence seizure video Rob – SplashTop.com remote presentation ...
On this episode we discuss the National Fire Academy EMS Program with Michael Stern. The NFA EMS program offers management level, advanced EMS training with areas of focus in incident command, quality assurance, research, and management of EMS. Links and Resources: U.S. Fire Administration National Fire ...
On this episode we discuss the NAEMT Code of Ethics. Bill Toon and Rob Theriault are joined by guests Connie Meyer and Jim Judge. Connie Meyer retired in late 2012 from EMS after 30 years as a paramedic, field training officer and adjunct instructor. She is also a registered nurse and has worked in the ...
On this episode we discuss the process of onboarding – the bringing in and orienting – new EMS instructors. Guests Angel Burba and Dan Limmer join Greg Friese, Rob Theriault, and Bill Toon for this interesting conversation. Links and Resources: From Field Provider to Full Time Instructor: ...
On this episode we discuss vicarious and secondary trauma with Jim Babylon. We are also joined by Chris Cebollero, host of the EMS Leadership podcast. This episode is distributed as a joint EMSEduCast-EMS Leadership podcast. This episode of the EMSEduCast is sponsored by EMS Manager. Start your free ...
In this episode of the EMSEduCast we visit with Michael O’Keefe and learn about his work as an EMT, paramedic, administrator, and emergency medicine researcher. Mike O’Keefe was the Department of Health’s EMS Training Coordinator for many years before becoming the Assistant Director of Emergency ...
This episode of the EMSEduCast was recorded at the Promed Network Podcasting Studio at EMS World Expo on September 11, 2013. Thanks Physio-control for sponsoring the podcasting studio. Show Guests: Deryk Ruddle. Connect with at Cowley College Paramedic Program Rom Duckworth. Connect with at RescueDigest.com ...
This episode of the EMSEduCast was recorded at the Promed Network Podcasting Studio at EMS World Expo on September 11, 2013. Thanks Physio-control for sponsoring the podcasting studio. Show Guests: Norm Rooker. Connect with at EveryMedic.com Dr. Joe Holley. Connect with at Paragon Medical Education Group ...
This episode of the EMSEduCast was recorded at the Promed Network Podcasting Studio at EMS World Expo on September 10, 2013. Thanks Physio-control for sponsoring the podcasting studio. Show Guests: Kip Teitsort. Connect with at DT4EMS.com or kip@DT4EMS.com Dave Konig. Connect with EMS Blogs Network or Twitter ...
This episode of the EMSEduCast was recorded at the ProMed Network Podcasting Studio at EMS World Expo on September 10, 2013. Thanks Physio-control for sponsoring the podcasting studio. Show Guests: Kevin Collopy. Connect with at LinkedIn or Facebook Dr. Gustavo Flores. Connect with LinkedIn or Twitter ...
On this episode we discuss continuous learning for the experienced provider. Greg is joined by Kevin Collopy, David Blevins, and Brian Lilley. This episode of the EMSEduCast is sponsored by EMS Manager. Start your free trial today. Links and Resources: Connect with Kevin on LinkedIn or email kevin.collopy@nhrmc.org ...
This episode of the EMSEduCast Mini is a re-broadcast of a segment recorded by Jamie Davis, the Pod Medic. Jamie talks to paramedic and medical school educator Adam Dodson. This interview is excerpted from MedicCast Episode 347. This episode of the EMSEduCast is sponsored by EMS Manager. Start your free ...
In this episode Greg, Bill, and Rob talk about products from the NAEMSE exhibit hall, conducting EMS education research, video laryngoscopy, and more. Join the conversation at Facebook.com/EMSEduCast. This episode of the EMSEduCast is sponsored by EMS Manager. Start your free trial today. Recommendations ...
On this episode of the EMSEduCast paramedic, blogger, and author Bob Sullivan discusses his transition from the field to the classroom. Bob is a paramedic in the Wilmington, Delaware area, teaches with the paramedic program at a community college, and is the state advocacy coordinator for NAEMT. He has ...
In this episode of the EMSEduCast Bill, Greg, and Bob talk about a bunch of stuff…upcoming conferences, summer vacation, virtual reality, CPR, innovation, and more. Links and Resources Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia NAEMSE Symposium EMS World Expo KEMSA Conference Pinnacle EMS Conference ...
In this episode of the EMSEduCast we continue our discussion on the Medication Administration Cross-Check (listen to part 1) with Paul and Joe. The medication administration cross check is verification to “stop a paramedic from doing something that sounds or seems right at the time.” This ...
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