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How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?
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Motivation is the power that push people to be active and able to do thier jobs without direct supervision and welling to work hard to achieve thier goals .Studies of pofessional behaviors has shown…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Neil White Jun 9, 2012.

Teaching and assessing professional behaviours for paramedics
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Still teaching and assessing  EMTs  professional behaviours taking agreat concern from all over the world EMS institutes. The issue of medical professionalism has invade the curriculum of EMS due to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi Jun 2, 2012.

Professionalism what does it mean for pre-hospital care providers?
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What a professional emergency care providers look like?  Is he the one who shows a positive attitude toward patient and their families and with other health-care providers? Is it to have a good…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi May 29, 2012.

 

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"hello. My email is. Cpraha@hotmail.com.   Regards"
Jul 16, 2012
Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi replied to Dorian Matzen's discussion Ethical duty to act? Or safety first? in the group EMS Instructors
"Hi, its very interesting topic and it happens frequently in pre-hospial care environment.Yes, as Roger i agree with you safety first but doing what is necessary in this incident has not been applied.The ethical and moral duty was not considered by…"
Jun 28, 2012
Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi and Naif Al Harthi are now friends
Jun 18, 2012
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How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?

Motivation is the power that push people to be active and able to do thier jobs without direct supervision and welling to work hard to achieve thier goals .Studies of pofessional behaviors has shown that motivation is the lowest ranked behavior in the EMS field (brown,2005 & AL-harbi,2009). Thier might be some suggestions to raise pre-hospital care providers motivation. I would like to share those ideas and suggestions.See More
Jun 11, 2012
Neil White replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?
"It seems like the point has already been made but treating providers as human beings and not as a object which occupies a seat in an ambulance"
Jun 9, 2012
Jon Lieblein replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?
"Couldn't agree with you more, Mike. Management is probably the biggest thing I try to investigate before even applying for a job. A chief at a service for which I no longer work said, "You don't deserve a staff meeting, all you guys…"
Jun 9, 2012
Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?
"I agree with you Mr.Mike without the harmony betwwen employees and manager where they became one team, chances of success and wellingness to work will be effected negaticly and hence, i belive that respect and sharing ideas and work…"
Jun 8, 2012
Mike Rubin replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?
"The best motivation I've experienced is wanting to work for particular people within particular companies. Those companies excelled by doing a lot of little things well. Management excelled by demonstrating -- not just verbalizing --…"
Jun 8, 2012
Skip Kirkwood replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?
"One thing we could do is be more honest about what the profession is and does before or at the beginning of the educational process. Today, we recruit new aspirants to a field that they believe will be filled with excitement, an adrenalin rush,…"
Jun 8, 2012
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How to keep our EMTs and paramedics motivated?

Motivation is the power that push people to be active and able to do thier jobs without direct supervision and welling to work hard to achieve thier goals .Studies of pofessional behaviors has shown that motivation is the lowest ranked behavior in the EMS field (brown,2005 & AL-harbi,2009). Thier might be some suggestions to raise pre-hospital care providers motivation. I would like to share those ideas and suggestions.See More
Jun 8, 2012
Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion Teaching and assessing professional behaviours for paramedics
"very good Jeff, presenting the professionalism in the beginning of EMS programme is a useful thing to do, but what how to teach professionalism and what methods we use to reinforce professionalism.Finally, attitude and behaviours is hard to evaluate…"
Jun 2, 2012
Jeff replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion Teaching and assessing professional behaviours for paramedics
"In the Paramedic program that I teach in, we created a code of conduct that was based on the 12 areas of professionalism outlined in the 1998 National Standard Curriculum for EMT-Paramedic.  The code of conduct is explained to the students…"
Jun 2, 2012
Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion Teaching and assessing professional behaviours for paramedics
"yes, EMS oranizations need to get together to summit and agree upon pre-hospital care set of professional behaviours that might be taught and assessed. The specialty of EMS is really unique and need the contribution of the EMS themself to adress the…"
May 31, 2012
Skip Kirkwood replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion Teaching and assessing professional behaviours for paramedics
"I agree with that.  What I'm hoping for is something that is specific to EMS personnel. While what we do when in contact with patients is medicine, the process of development is vastly different than the development process for physicians…"
May 31, 2012
Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion teaching and assessing professional behaviours for paramedics
"Hi Mr.Skip sure there is no specific definition for health-care professionalism but sure thier is a set of professional behaviours; elements and domains attributes to professionalsim.Her some of professionalism…"
May 31, 2012
Skip Kirkwood replied to Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi's discussion teaching and assessing professional behaviours for paramedics
"Do we have an agreed-upon definition of the "professional behaviors" expected of paramedics?"
May 30, 2012

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Instructor/Educator
Primary Agency/Department Type
Paid Fire/EMS Department
Primary Department/Agency Name
EMS DEPT KUWAIT
Years in EMS/Public Safety
19 YEARS
My Training:
MASTER DEGREE IN HEALTH PROFESSIOND EDUCATION
BACHELOR IN EMS
AHA INSTRUCTOR
About Me
IM WORKING AS INSTRUCTOR AND PLANNING OFFICER FOR MAJOR INCIDENT
IM INTERESTED IN POSITIVE ATTITUDE AND PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR OF EMS PROVIDERS
I Love Being in EMS Because
I HELP OTHERS
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Married

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At 1:21am on July 16, 2012, Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi said…
hello. My email is. Cpraha@hotmail.com.   Regards
 
 
 
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