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Education/Training

January 14, 2021
“Time to Loss of Preoxygenation in Emergency Department Patients” wins best airway article of 2020.
Michael J. Reihart, DO, FACEP, et al., December 31, 2020
What are the latest trends in alcohol, cocaine, and designer drug abuse?
Chris Kroboth, MS, NRP, CCEMT-P, December 30, 2020
COVID led to some positive changes in education.
Elizabeth Jade Harney, NRP, BBA, December 28, 2020
And we can better equip EMS providers to practice it.
Rommie L. Duckworth, LP, December 26, 2020
You’ve prepared your students—now let them try the skill.
December 21, 2020
Provisional certifications will continue to be issued until June 30, 2021.
John Erich, December 15, 2020
A Citizen CPR Summit presentation looked at key updates and their impact.
Rommie L. Duckworth, LP, December 12, 2020
Writing good ones takes effort but is well worth it for EMS learners.
Joshua D. Hartman, MBA, NRP, December 01, 2020
Plus, a major event announcement from EMS World.
Michael Worthen, NRP, November 28, 2020
EMS requires resilience—let's give the next generation the right tools.
Rommie L. Duckworth, LP, November 23, 2020
Make sure they’re up to speed and ready to go. 
November 20, 2020
Classes designed for nurses and paramedics will begin in January 2021.
November 16, 2020
CAPCE Executive Director Jay Scott shares his perspective with host Mike McCabe about the changes to, innovations in, and successes of EMS education in the age of COVID-19.  Will we ever go back…
November 13, 2020
Members of the EMS community are invited to comment by December 14.
November 13, 2020
“We are proud to honor the contributions of Dr. Manifold in a way that will continue his legacy," said Board Chair Heather Davis.
David Wright, MS, PA-C, NRP, November 07, 2020
Bringing such advanced providers to the field would have many benefits.
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