A few weeks ago the mayor of NYC declared that EMS doesn’t get paid as much as Fire, Police or even the Sanitation Dept because the work is different. There was a bunch of FB and other social media postings and threads at the time and like everything else it slowly starts to fizzle out. […]
Its easy to just do nothing and hope you pass the exam or know what to do for your patients. But with just a little effort you can do so much more and pass your exams with confidence. Watch this short video below on how to do just that. Get that confidence and build your […]
This was a FaceBook Live video I did and told a quick story about being a paramedic in a big city. I also talk about several take aways in this story and how it relates to EMS today. Get your trial membership to Turbo Medic by signing up right here.
I did this quick FB live video and talked about a first time gun shot call and how making declarations vs. just liking a post or keeping your goals to yourself can help you succeed in EMS. Check it out. Here is the link for the Turbo Medic PHD I mentioned in the video
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Two great videos that discuss crush injuries and compartment syndrome. EMS videos to help study and understand crush injuries and compartment syndrome in the trauma patient. These are short but really cover the meat of these two trauma presentations. (more…)
I don’t usually like to highlight EMS resources that compete with my own. But this podcast is a great educational tool. Unlike EMS Office Hours where I talk about EMS topics, current events and give opinions and tips on general EMS content. Ditch Medics offers focused educational content. From the site: “Ditch Medics! EMS practitioners […]
This Jim Recommends I interviewed Brett Schneider the author of “Welcome to New Orleans… How Many Shots Did You Hear?” This is a great read I suggest any EMS provider enjoy and share with their families. In this emotional collection of short stories, B.J. Schneider recounts one hundred of the most remarkable events in his career. […]
My friend and co-host at EMS Office Hours Dave Brenner has a great way to deal with dopamine drips in the field. Check out the method he wrote about below….. …..I have often been asked how I know the drip rate for dopamine so quickly without a calculator. I’ll tell you. Feel free to share my […]