Greg Friese, MS, NREMT-P, is the director of education and communication for
. He specializes in the development, production and distribution of online education for emergency responders. Greg is a leading advocate for the use of social media by EMS agencies and training organizations. Greg is a regular conference presenter, podcaster, the founder of the CentreLearn Solutions, LLC blog, marathon runner, and participant in many online EMS communities. EverydayEMSTips.com
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In EMS education, one lesson doesn’t fit all.
EMS educators need to look at how smartphones can be used as learning tools
With questions for basic and advanced EMTs, and paramedics, the Trivial Pursuit® EMS Edition is a unique way to deliver training
Tips for handling challenges associated with transferring care of a patient at a busy emergency room.
Prescription drug abuse is rampant among today’s adolescents; here’s what you need to know about this epidemic
Prehospital assessment and management of traumatic carotid artery dissection and mild traumatic brain injuries
What EMS providers need to know about do-not-resuscitate orders
What EMS needs to know about treating victims of geriatric abuse
A primer on prehospital pediatric pharmacological considerations
Learn to distinguish simple febrile seizures from complex seizures
Febrile seizures are usually harmless but can be considerably stressful to both parents and EMS professionals
A CE review of prehospital assessment and management of blunt and penetrating facial trauma
The Virtual Training Directorutilizes the content of CE articles to help facilitate training sessions
A review of prehospital assessment and management of blunt and penetrating abdominal trauma
An interactive training session for participants to review and practice trauma assessment skills
Use or adapt this lesson plan for your organization, its personnel and its local protocols
Social media and social networking offer new opportunities for communication