Daniel Limmer, AS, EMT-P

Daniel Limmer, AS, EMT-P

Daniel Limmer, AS, EMT-P, has been involved in EMS for 31 years. A passionate educator, Dan teaches basic, advanced and continuing education EMS courses throughout the country. Dan is the founder and owner of Limmer Creative, a mobile app test prep and medical education publisher.

Imagining characters Roy DeSoto and Johnny Gage in the year 2015.
How to start an educational program using the flipped classroom concept.
Many EMS educators have considered flipping the classroom but don’t have the time or resources to plan dynamic classroom activities.
Creating realistic training to teach street smarts to students is a challenge.
Simply stated, the flipped model involves doing classwork at home and homework at school.
Care of cancer emergencies and related problems.
The best-selling author of "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" offered many principles applicable to EMS
We spend considerable time training and drilling for the “big one” when we are working. It is time to think about how to handle these situations when off-duty.
Crush injuries and compartment syndrome damage tissues in a very specific way. Here's what you need to know.
The immediate treatment of orthopedic injuries can play a major role not just in life or death but also in the overall impact of the injury on the patient.
Regulation of ventilation, ventilation/perfusion ratio and transport of gases.
A review of the new education standards pertaining to medical assessment for the EMT
An introduction to the new EMS education standards
An introduction to the new EMS education standards
Here's some simple, yet effective, tactics for pediatric assessment, along with a few pearls for success in procedural performance