This group is for paramedics who went back to school to advance their knowledge and careers and became Physician Assistants! We can talk about the process, what we are doing now, and give helpful hints to those who are looking to do the same!
A place for all those medics working in the Oil industry, or those that would like to learn about the career. Whether it be offshore, or on dry land here is the place to come to meet others in the industry.
"Overall PTSD in EMS is ignored. The PTSD victim is ignored. There are probably dozens or maybe hundreds of programs for soldiers, but I have yet to see any for Paramedics on private ambulance companies. Even when they got it 10 or…"
"Working ambulance I responded to a 02:00am call at a bar in Arvin, California. The cop came up to me after I got there and said the patient had been bit by a flying beer bottle. "You mean he got the hit by a flying beer…"
Good to meet you. I am a medic in Hamilton, Ontario Canada, with 23 years of " helping people". I put in a request for information regarding starting a study on PTSD and how it affects medic. Another medic asked the same question, but as of yet did not get a reply. Since you are an educator, maybe you could investigate, and I can get the ball rolling.
http://youtu.be/jj1H1Q31NaA This is my You-tube video on how this former Army Nurse Corps Major unmasked the Ugly American and medical fraud at Bagram Airbase Afghanistan. Thanks to my brother and sister medics for watching--Major Mike Reisman Maj-RN FNP
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