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EMS Discussion Forum

AAOS as Curriculum 3 Replies

Last reply by Jared Vickers Jun 7, 2016.

On Teaching Adults to Learn 3 Replies

Last reply by Cory Fuller Mar 20, 2016.

Advanced EMT 1 Reply

Last reply by Brian Eveleth Oct 19, 2012.

Care and Feeding of Paramedic Students

Started by David E. Gesner Aug 28, 2012.

Ethical duty to act? Or safety first? 3 Replies

Last reply by Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi Jun 28, 2012.

ECSI or ASHI Programs 7 Replies

Last reply by Dwayne Haynie May 6, 2012.

Which Paramedic foundation textbook do you prefer? 6 Replies

Last reply by Jennifer Everett Nov 27, 2011.

EMT-Basic to EMT-Paramedic directly without any field experience 12 Replies

Last reply by Shadreck Kalongonda Nov 11, 2011.

Can you help me find the right publisher? 3 Replies

Last reply by Paula Miller Oct 26, 2011.

National EMS Educator credentialing exam available. 2 Replies

Last reply by Lindi Holt Oct 1, 2011.

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Comment by Dave Pierce on December 5, 2008 at 10:42pm
hi my name is Dave Pierce EMT-IV/Instructor Colorado (Denver)
EMT 26 years Instructor 10 years
Comment by Lochan C. Ramjit on December 5, 2008 at 7:55pm
Greetings to all from Trinidad & Tobago, WI.

My name is Lochan, I've been in EMS for the past 8 years when the profession was just introduced in T&T and it has been a rewarding and exciting experience thus far. I'm an EMT/Instructor and I'm happy that a forum like this has begun. I look forward to interacting and sharing my views about EMS.
Comment by Joffry van Grondelle on December 5, 2008 at 7:09pm
Hello to all medics and other EMS people here.
I am Joffry, 38 years old and I am a registered Ambulance Nurse working at the The Hague Municipal Ambulance Service in The Netherlands. Further I am a training officer and a EMS educator and allways enjoy to get to know new EMS friends and sharing information about EMS.
Comment by James Ellen on December 5, 2008 at 6:23pm
Howdy All, Greetings from North Carolina.
Comment by Joe Fortis on December 5, 2008 at 5:57pm
Hello to all

My name is joe and I have beeen working for. NYC FDNY. EMS. I currently teach at the academy full time and still enjoy working the streets. Competing and lecturing in different states and countries has been incredible . Love the educator part of EMS .
Comment by David E. Courter on December 5, 2008 at 4:06pm
Greetings to all! Glad to be here. I'm actually not actively teaching right now. Took time off to be a Dad and just haven't gotten back into it again (yet?) Maybe listening to y'all talk about it will get em fired up again. I used to teach MRT (Frist Responder in CT) and EMT-B through the CT Community-Technical College system as well as free lancing it through my own company NEEMTA (New England Emergency Medical Training Associates).
Comment by Thomsa Green on December 5, 2008 at 2:09pm
Good afternoon to all
My name is Tom, I'm an EMT/Instructor here in Mo. Been in the Fire?EMS service 17 years now & enjoy helping those who need help. I enjoy meeting new people, & sharing ideas about EMS. I get a major rush when rolling on a call, because not each call is ever the same
Anyway its nice to meet everyone here
Comment by Mark Bryers on December 5, 2008 at 3:51am
Hi All,
Just joined the Jems site. I'm an EMS educator in the UK for a Fire & Rescue Service and would like to find out about any differences within the US EMS system compared to ours, with regard to EMS education?
 

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