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EMS World May 2016


This issue puts the spotlight on EMS education with articles on the value of patient simulation and pearls of wisdom instructors should share with their EMT students.

Drew Hooker
How supplementing classroom lectures with realistic simulation improves the EMS student's experience.
Peter Antevy, MD
Many EMS providers are suffering in silence from the toll of traumatic calls
Thom Dick
Besides knowledge, a good EMT needs to be equipped with other things as well
Bill Lord, BHlthSc, GDipCBL, MEd, PhD
The alleviation of pain is highly dependent on the EMS provider’s ability to identify, measure and interpret this symptom.
John Erich
Technology and tools can improve the experience, but optimizing the benefit for providers requires a bit more
Anne Montera, RN, BSN
With some extra preparation, CPs are ideally suited to help this vulnerable population
Lucas Wimmer
Gaumard Scientific Company's simulators provide accuracy for hands-on training.
Matt Concialdi, MS, NRP, and Stacee Read, BA, MSW
What to look for, what to report, and how.
Lucas Wimmer
NAEMT recently released their 2nd edition Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS) program.
Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P
When you’re successful, your community needs to know.
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