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Regionalization: The wave of the future?
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As grant funding becomes more and more scarce throughout all disciplines, many organizations are moving toward regional approaches to emergency services.  Emergency Management is becoming…Continue

Tags: Regionalization, EMS

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Kirkwood Oct 20, 2012.

Personality Tests for EMS Employees and students?
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Many of you have probably heard of the Myers-Briggs Personality Types and the corresponding test.  I've taken it a couple times and recently took it again for a graduate class.  As I was reading my…Continue

Tags: Personality, EMS

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Bjarköy Jan 26, 2011.

Advanced Degrees and EMS
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I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season.  I've been doing some research and reading lately in the area of Advanced Degrees and EMS.  What's your take on it?  I've been very interested in a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chance Gearheart Jan 5, 2011.

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What State do you live in?
Primary Agency/Department Type
Educational Institution
Primary Department/Agency Name
Lenoir Community College
Department/Agency Web Site
Years in EMS/Public Safety
Other Past or Current Departments
Lenoir County Emergency Services
Sand Hill Fire Department
My Training:
Master's Degree in Safety, Security, & Emergency Management
Bachelors Degree in Spanish Language and Culture
Day Job
Director of Public Safety Education Programs
I Love Being in EMS Because
it affords me the opportunity to help people in their darkest moments and I think it's a great profession that has the potential to become even greater and I would love to be a part of that
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Where Can We Affect Change?: Part 2

Last time I discussed briefly the importance of change in our profession.  The profession that doesn’t change and adapt with the times will soon find itself outdated, inefficient, ineffective, and maybe even replaced.  That’s why it’s so important that we consider how we can move forward and do our best to enact policies and protocols to see that our profession prospers in the coming future of reformed healthcare.  We’ve already looked at the opportunities and possibilities for improvement…


Posted on January 17, 2011 at 4:30pm

Where Can We Affect Change? : Part 1

I think we would all agree that EMS is currently at a crossroads.  Much of the nation’s healthcare entities are in the…


Posted on January 4, 2011 at 4:44pm

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At 6:31pm on January 10, 2011, aaron said…
just came bye to say hi & be safe out there
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