"When I was a kid, (preschool) I used to watch documentary segements and TV shows related to rescue, especially Rescue 9-1-1, and exposure to accident scenarios on the streets (where ambulances are already in the streets)....and since then,…"
"I have numerous paranormal experience also when I was serving our EMS unit in the city (of my home country) such as seeing a doppleganger of my former preceptor.....ghosts in our bunkroom, in garage....even in our toilets! At first, if you…"
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"Things here in Saudi are good. As seems to be the norm in the KSA we aren't doing quite what was promised, but still are doing a decent job at producing a few medics. A little boring some days, a "little different" than…"
"Knowing what I now know (but didn't then) about ambulance safety and the efficacy, or lack thereof, of IV fluid resuscitation in trauma patients, I can't believe that I once upon a time put my partner, a very small woman, on the shelf on…"
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Life here in Dubai is almost the same as western countries, except for some rules which are being implemented (especially in their Holy Days) and the strong scent of Arab culture. And of all emirates, this is the most lax…"
"1. Hiding his trauma scissors (his best friend) and watching him banging his closet like a mad man.2. Chasing the station's pet kitty until it reaches him, that causes him to jump out of fear.3. Having my hair down, covering my face (like…"
"everything is more automated and more handy pocket. no need to bring large jump kits.ambulance drivers can now sleep while driving because the ambulance itself can sense if someone's crossing the street. maybe that time, we already have our…"
Things here in Saudi are good. As seems to be the norm in the KSA we aren't doing quite what was promised, but still are doing a decent job at producing a few medics. A little boring some days, a "little different" than life in the United States. I actually had about a week that I was teaching female students, then somebody complained and that got cancelled! So now were sticking to the male students only. Probably going to be here for another 14 months or so and then head out to the next strange place adventure! Keep in touch, let me know what's going on in the UAE. take care, Geoff