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The group for newbies to the world of EMS
Latest Activity: Jan 30, 2012
Last reply by Jeffery Wolven Jul 1, 2011.
just joined your group as i m new to ems. would be obliged if some of u could guide me in this.
outside of the text books, does anyone have suggested reading material related to EMS? Really any type of media (paper or websites) that you find interesting.
Matthew your welcome and stay true to yourself in this field.
Jeffery- Thanks for the advice! While I do enjoy what I do and working in EMS, I do understand the need for a life outside of work. Ive only been in EMS less than a year and already have seen many co-workers and colleagues in the EMS community "burnout". Given, many of these fellows have been doing this far too long, but I definitely do not want to become a "victim" of those circumstances. I'm very eager to learn and be successful in this field, hopefully, I can have a very fruitful career.
Matthew while eating, sleep and breathing EMS don't forget to have fun so you don't burn out. All the best for your studies and life.
Hey everybody! I'm fairly new to EMS. I'll have been an EMT-Basic one year this January. I'm currently attending classes to become a Paramedic and will be finished in May. I eat, sleep, and breath EMS, however, sleep is a rare commodity. HA HA
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