Kits come after audit finds low number of officers with first-aid training.
How Gary Ludwig revolutionized a dying system.
We need mentors in our lives if we are to grow personally and professionally.
A “Python”-esque observation to EMS conferences
Tired of looking out at your students and seeing bored, restless or disengaged learners? Dr. Chris Nollette provides five simple strategies that can make the EMS classroom or CE event more interesting and fun—and most importantly, more effective in terms of retaining information.
Research shows that our alertness, retention and engagement increases when we stand as opposed to sit. Dr. Chris Nollette applies this to EMS instruction, encouraging instructors to get their students up on their feet.
We asked our Facebook fans, “What kind of training (and how often) does your agency provide to measure and improve your CPR skills?”
Medical devices are pumping new life into the way paramedics save patients in Mid Michigan.
Members of EMS participate in a training exercise to refine the handoff processes between ground and flight crews.
Are we a little too loosey-goosey with that word?
A two-way exchange of information.
If you know someone who’s retiring, invite them somewhere and leave your cell phone at the door. They’ll appreciate the gesture.
Emphasizing proper patient packaging & monitoring is critical to successful advanced airway management.
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