sry that I answer you that late but I just discovered your comment now! I really appreciate your offer.
I don't now yet when to come to the US because I now start wiht my masters exam. Maybe in March or April next year would be a chance. Hopefully you still can provide me with a ride-alnog in Boston.
I'll keep you posted a soon as I got some dates.
Htank you very much again for your offer.
sorry I haven,t got back to you sooner... but life has been a little crazy the past couple of weeks... yes, I'm available for December 10 & 11... what sort of training scenarios do you have in mind? and do you have a estimate of how many students you will be working with... thanks again for your interest in our service... be safe, ralph
It was great to meet you at the JEMS Conference, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. As a follow-up to our conversation about using SimMan and SimBaby, I'd like to show you our ambulance simulator, complete with SimMan, SimBaby, and various other manikins and training equipment. I would like to discuss with you how I might be able to help enhance your training progams. I would be happy for you to visit me in Granby, or if that is not possible, we could arrange for me to visit your facility. I look forward to seeing you in the near future. Be safe out there... ralph
Hi there Brad; Thanks for the comment. Paramedics, we are resilient people
Leo from Australia, hope U gather many friends during your stay.
I also collect Patches and badges; looking for Police, Medical & Fire service patches. If U know someone in these groups and/or U are interested, send me your postal address via my Email I will post you one of my State Ambulance Service Badge, (patch) for exchange of one of your service patches,
My Email is email@example.com (LECAR1@BIGPOND.NET.AU) and/or my address is:-
Leo Cartwright J.P. 246 Kay Street; TRARALGON; Victoria; Australia; 3844
Hi Brad. Thanks for the kind words about the magazine. I won't be at EMS Today but I will be at FDIC. Not sure if you go to that show. I had the chance to visit one of the Elsevier St. Louis offices a couple years ago--nice place. I'm on FirefighterNation.com too. Check out the Friends of FireRescue group. Take care and stay safe.
Hey Brad, that website looks great and looks like it will be very helpful to me, but I do not have a job yet and have no income where I can pay for a monthly subscription :( Thank you though. I will bookmark the website and maybe god will be gracious and make it possible for me to get a subscription or view the site.
It was great to hear from you and I have shared your comments with my colleagues at KCEMT and there was tangible excitement in the room. We are as you say, in our infancy ans thus on a steep learning curve. We have come a long way in the last 10 years but have a long way to go. Currently the highest level of training we have are EMT Bs and EMT Intsructors, but the on going course is a new breed - EMT 01s( a Kenya first and is a mix of EMT B and I!). We need and welcome the idea of Paramedic training and discussions with you on how you can asssit this to be a reality in Kenya is most welcome. I have passed your information on to two people who have been and continue to be the pulse behind EMS in Kenya; Bethuel Aliwa, the Secretary for KCEMT and Itote Waruhiu ( known as Tosh to all !) a fire man & EMT, which I hope is ok. We all are pleased to make your contact and look forward to future ties,
All the best
Wajata ( Heather Macey)