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EMS 20/20 is podcast hosted by two experienced Paramedics. Spencer Oliver and Christopher Pfingsten discuss real calls run by real responders and pull out the lessons you won't find in a text book. This podcast is aimed at Paramedic students, seasoned Paramedics looking to refresh, or any one interested in a deeper dive into pre-hospital health care.
 
Physician Seth Collings Hawkins and Paramedic David Fifer take a deep dive into the world of RAW medicine- Remote, Austere, and Wilderness care. From trails to rivers and caves to collapsed buildings, Seth and David break down the practical and philosophical issues of providing good medicine in challenging places.
 
Confessions of an EMS Newbie is a weekly podcast for beginning EMS providers. As Ron goes through paramedic school he'll sit down and discuss what he's learning with experienced Paramedic and writer Kelly Grayson. Anyone new to being an EMT will enjoy getting the strait scoop and accurate information from someone who has been there over and over. Ron's perspective as knowing next to nothing means we'll keep it understandable and practical.
 
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Join Hostess Brett Lyle and caffeine scientist, author and speaker Danielle Robertson Rath as they talk through how to beat burnout in the workplace. In this information-packed episode, Danielle shares details from her book, "How to Get Sh*t Done When You Feel Like Sh*t," introduces the five levels of fatigue; gives Emergent Leaders three quick way…
 
New Castle County (DE) Paramedics Implement an Innovative Pay-as-You-Learn Recruitment/Education Academy Join A.J. Heightman and New Castle County (NCC) Paramedics’ Assistant Chief Chris Johnson for an enlightening 90-minute podcast on the innovative Paramedic Academy implemented by New Castle County (DE) paramedics and offered in neighboring state…
 
John Spencer is the director of Education for Platinum Educational Group. He is a certified firefighter, licensed paramedic and EMS instructor-coordinator in Michigan. John loves the EMS industry that he has been a part of for the past 28 years and enjoys sharing this love with others. He is passionate about advancing professionalism in EMS by teac…
 
Bradley Dean and Eric McCullough review the somber reality of dealing with deaths in the field. The moral and ethical dilemma that EMS providers can find themselves in should not be ignored. Often relegated to the periphery, the aging population will increase demand for proper dealing with death training. This is a perfect podcast for instructors i…
 
Like frames in a hit movie about landing a plane in the Hudson River, EKG's are but a single moment in time. Dr. Seitz joins in this weeks episode and guys read YOUR responses from last weeks EKG. Does the crew make the right call? Listen and find out!NREMT tests looming? Need to refresh? Join Seitz and Sirens TODAY with the promo code EMS2020 for …
 
Tom Bouthillet is Battalion Chief of EMS for Hilton Head Island (SC) Fire Rescue. Currently, he is a member of NREMT's Continued Competency Agenda Steering Committee, NEMSMA's EMS Quality Improvement Committee, and NENA's Telecommunicator CPR Working Group. He is also a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for EMS World and a Content reviewer for…
 
Phillip Wahby was a 20-year heroin addict who, with the help of a 12-step program, has been sober since May 2011. Phillip earned his Associate of Applied Science-Paramedic from St Louis Community College Forest Park in 1988. As a paramedic for St Louis, he spent 12 years on the front lines providing emergency care and crisis intervention in emergen…
 
We’re not ambulance drivers and the public needs to know. The common refrain, “I didn’t know you could do that sort of thing,” should not be uttered by professionals and legislators adjacent to our profession. Fighting entropy in our profession takes a volunteer spirit and Nancy Magee joins us to discuss strategies for doing just this. Nancy has be…
 
Preventing Burnout by Advocating for Change in EMS with Dr. Candice McDonald and Nurse Robin Goldinger. Special guests are Shelly Carter and James Garcia. Dysfunctional workplaces and a lack of control are two causes of burnout in the workplace. Ignored or unaddressed job burnout stressors can have significant consequences on an individual and the …
 
Jason Haag is a well-traveled EMS educator who currently works as the quality assurance analyst and clinical educator for MultiMed Billing in Baldwinsville, NY. With more than 18 years of EMS experience, Jason is a critical care paramedic who has experience as an EMS supervisor and CIC certification teaching agencies across New York. He also speaks…
 
Tim Nowak is the Founder & CEO of Emergency Medical Solutions, LLC, an EMS training & consulting company that he developed in 2010. His background includes nearly a decade of company officer and chief officer level experience, in addition to training content delivery and program development spanning his entire career. Tim also has active experience…
 
On Episode 13, we explored the role of WFR's and challenged some aspects of the way they're educated and regulated (or not). In this episode, Tod Schimelpfenig (recently retired Director of Curriculum at NOLS WMI) and David "DJ" Johnson (Medical Director of WMA International) join us to share their thoughts on some of those points. The conversation…
 
Doug Hexel has been in emergency services since 2004 and currently serves as a firefighter-paramedic for the City of Schenectady (NY), a rescue-medical specialist for New York Urban/Technical Search and Rescue Task Force 2 (NY-TF2), paramedic instructor at the State University of New York at Cobleskill and shift commander at the Albany County Sheri…
 
If you’ve ever read a medical research study, even just the headline, this podcast is for you. If you’re an EMS educator leading the next generation of EMS providers to our field, this podcast is for you. If you’re a training officer or other EMS professional who presents to colleagues or medical directors, this podcast is for you. You don’t have t…
 
This is part two of a two-part mid-pandemic deep dive — Jonathon Feit sits down with Joseph Casciotti, battalion chief of Community Medicine at the Harris County (TX) Emergency Service District 48 Fire Department. In this installment, the two explore the experience of sharing data with a state immunization registry… only to find errors in one’s own…
 
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