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EMS World May 2017

This month's issue puts the spotlight on education with articles on how to improve first-time exam pass rates, using sim labs to improve the quality of training, deploying medutainment in the classroom and curriculum matching.

Mike Rubin
When a condition is easily treatable but rare, how much should EMS try to do?
Rommie L. Duckworth, LP
It can inspire both new students and experienced practitioners to think differently and act decisively.
Alexander Ordoobadi, Sean M. Kivlehan, MD, MPH, NREMT-P
ExDS is characterized by extreme agitation and aggression in a patient with altered mental status.
Noah Cooperstein, NREMT-P
A blended approach realizes the benefits of both quantitative and qualitative research.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
A qualitative study looks at how it might be improved.
David Page, MS, NRP
The secret recipe for 100% competence (and first-time exam pass rates) revealed
Patrick Lickiss, BS, NREMT-P
High-fidelity sim lab offers more creative, realistic training scenarios for AMR providers in Michigan
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, NREMT, & Doug Hooten, MBA
Alternative payment setups are coming—start your basic understanding here.
For a credible and valid educational experience, make sure these three key elements are aligned.
Nancy Perry
EMS Week, National EMS Awards honor your service.
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