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Duckworth on Education: The Plus/Delta Feedback Tool
Rommie L. Duckworth, LP, October 12, 2019
Focus on what’s positive and what needs to change.
Simulations Prep Mass. EMT Students for Drownings, Burns
July 05, 2019
MassBay Community College EMT students say the automated manikins make training more lifelike.
The Write Stuff: Bad Words
Mike Rubin, July 05, 2019
If you hope to write for publication, learn to get these right.
Journal Watch: Standard vs. Compression-Only CPR Survival
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA, June 28, 2019
As the public embraces the compression-only method, is it improving patients’ outcomes?
Instructional Scaffolding: A Better Way to Build Knowledge
Bob Matoba, June 28, 2019
Students absorb and retain more information in the same limited time.
Penn. EMS Camp Preps Kids for Careers in Emergency Medicine
June 28, 2019
Camp EMS teaches teenagers BLS skills and offers EMT school scholarships to promising students.
Calif. County's Paramedics and EMTs Graduate in Joint Ceremony
June 27, 2019
Harvey L. Hall EMS Academy hosted its first joint commencement of the new Hall Paramedic Academy and Class 35 of the Hall EMT Academy.
Five Questions With: Scott Moore on Sexual Harassment
John Erich, June 27, 2019
A new educational effort uses real providers’ real experiences.
EMS World Sponsored Video Podcast: Moulage Concepts
June 24, 2019
EMS Garage's Chris Montera interviews Bobbie Merica on moulage.
EMS World Sponsored Podcast: Moulage Concepts
June 24, 2019
In this special podcast, Chris Montera from EMS Garage interviews Bobbie Merica of Moulage Concepts.
NAEMSP, EMF Announce New Prehospital Research Funding
June 19, 2019
The two organizations have partnered to provide three recipients with grants for prehospital research.
Penn. Governor Signs Bill to Develop CPR Curriculum
June 17, 2019
Gov. Tom Wolf signed a bill requiring schools to implement hands-only CPR curriculum statewide.
Mass. EMT Cadets Win AHA Award
June 16, 2019
Nashoba Cadet EMT students were honored for their participation in the Hands-Only CPR challenge after teaching CPR to 912 people.
Mo. Students Explore Medical Careers at Health & Science Camps
June 16, 2019
Missouri AHEC Science & Health camps offer students a chance to meet with providers to explore careers in healthcare.
Tuition-Free EMT Training Academy Students Graduate
June 12, 2019
Graduating students will be eligible to transfer to part-time employment with the County of Gloucester and Gloucester County EMS.
There’s No Bad Time to Start Getting Better
Angela Caruso-Yahne, June 06, 2019
EMS is becoming more aware of mental health issues—now it’s time to focus on recovery.
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