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Medical Author Chat: Episodes

Jamie Davis, the podmedic, recorded this interview with Ben Gilmour author of   for the MedicCast podcast (see the episode 359 shownotes) Thanks Jamie for sharing this interview with Medical Author Chat listeners.
In this episode, Brian interviews Jerrid Edgington, author of the “Racing the Reaper” series.  Jerrid Edgington has been a Paramedic for 15 years with a total of 17 years in the Emergency Medical Services field. He has experience in the inner city settings, small community, as well as rural ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat I visit with Thom Dick about the 2nd edition of his classic book People Care. Thom and I have a fascinating discussion about his career in EMS from San Diego, California to Colorado. When discussing his interest in quality improvement Thom shared, “Select ...
On this episode of the Medical Author Chat I talk with Firefighter/EMT Robyn Benincasa about her book : 8 Essential Leadership Lessons from the Toughest Teams on Earth (Amazon affiliate link). Robyn has been a Firefighter/EMT with the San Diego fire department for the past 15 years. She left a successful ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat I talk with Steven Kanarian – paramedic, educator, and friend – about his book .   This episode of the Medical Author Chat is sponsored by EMS Manager. Try out a free trial at EMSManager.net Steve and I have a great talk about his career in NYC […]
In this episode, Brian talks with Dave Konig, author of “25 Things They Should Have Taught You in Medic School But Didn’t” (Amazon link).  Dave talks about his work in EMS, shares a few teasers from the book, and offers aspiring authors some tips on self-publishing. This episode of ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast I visit with Dr. Steven Feldman, author of . We discuss the book, the three principles of “compartments”, and Dr. Feldman’s writing process. Dr. Feldman illustrates the “compartment” principles with several anecdotes from ...
This episode of the Medical Author was with Matthew Sias, author of . Matthew started in Fire and EMS as an explorer with the Bainbridge Island Fire  Department 1989. He went on to become and EMT and a paramedic, including training in the King County Medic 1 program. Matthew, currently a paramedic with ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat I talk with Paramedic and author Perry Prete about his novel, . Perry has been a paramedic since 1982 in Ontario and also owns Sands Medical Supply. Perry overviews the plot of All Good Things (murder/sieral killer crime fiction), his writing process, and the ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat Trent Cherin tells us about his book which is about his deployment to Iraq as an Army National Guard Medic. Unlike most authors being a medic wasn’t something Trent did full-time. Rather it was something he did away from his normal work because he enjoyed ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast I talk to retired Firefighter and Fire Officer Linda Willing about . In our conversation Linda tells us about her career in the fire service and current work as a fire department consultant and trainer. As a co-founder of the organization “Women ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast I speak with Dr. Todd Baker about his experience as an emergency physician at the 82nd Combat Support Hospital in Iraq that he chronicled in his book . In our conversation we discuss Dr. Baker’s background in medicine, how he ended up deploying ...
CB Garris author of MOSIn this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast I speak with paramedic and author C.B. Garris about his book . C.B. began his EMS career in high school and worked in New York City EMS which eventually became FDNY EMS. M.O.S. was inspired by the events of 9/11 and the media [...]
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast I talk to Clif Castleman, WEMT, about The Comprehensive Guide to Wilderness First Aid. We discuss his background as an Eagle Scout, American Red Cross instructor, volunteer EMT, and degree in Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management from Penn State University. ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat Podcast I talk with Dr. Benjamin Luft about the book, .(Amazon Affiliate Link) The book is a compilation of oral histories from 9/11 responders collected through the World Trade Center health program of Long Island. Dr. Luft discusses the creation and purpose ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat retired firefighter/paramedic Lisa Carney tells us about her novel . Lisa began her EMS career in 1992 as an EMT. She continued her education, eventually becoming a firefighter/paramedic, and had a career position that was cut short by an injury. She always ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast I talk to EMT Tawnya Silloway about the Line of Duty Death Handbook. Tawnya organized and wrote the handbook after she became involved in the National EMS Memorial Service and was unable to find an EMS specific resource on planning for and managing a line of [...]
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat Podcast I interview the author of a  Russ Reina. We discuss Russ’ start in EMS in the 1970s, his career as a paramedic in Florida and California, and how EMS “exposed him to more things about life and living than he could have imagined.” His ...
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast author Mike Cyra talks about his new book . Mike started in EMS in 1980 has worked in a wide variety of EMS and healthcare capacities. He remains active in his local CERT and teaching first aid and CPR. During our conversation Mike discusses his inspiration [...]
In this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast author, EMT, and educator Barry Bachenheimer talks about his book . Barry has been involved in EMS in New Jersey and New York for more than 20 years. He has also been a school teacher and is working on completing his PhD dissertation. During our conversation [...]
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