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At 6:21pm on September 15, 2010, Niels Petersen said…
Hey Brad,
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.

Best wishes, Niels
At 2:24pm on June 18, 2009, Brandon Friend said…
I just wanted to tell everyone Brad Newbury is one hell of a teacher.......
At 12:36pm on June 7, 2009, Ralph J. Genella said…
hello Brad,
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
At 6:55pm on May 8, 2009, Ralph J. Genella said…
Hello Brad,
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
At 8:19am on March 8, 2009, Timo Hinkelmann said…
Sounds interesting, what kind of online program is it?

Take care, Timo
At 5:08pm on March 5, 2009, Timo Hinkelmann said…
Hey Brad, got my email?
At 7:36am on March 3, 2009, Bruce said…
Hi Brad,
Year was 1990, David Ladd was the EMS chief for Boston.... Best job I every had in my life. I loved it. Bruce Proue and Eddie Hassan were my partners. Hell I even like Walter Bonivita.
At 11:11pm on February 28, 2009, Richie Garcia said…
Hi Brad, no I don't teach for the Stony Brook program. I sometimes assist with the ACLS courses. My teaching is usually deals with training the Combat Medics or conducting ALS training for the NCO's.
At 2:52am on February 26, 2009, Kevin Arquiza said…
we have some critical care paramedics-westerns (canadians, americans, australians, etc.) emt-i, emt-b (arabs, filipinos)
At 2:51pm on February 25, 2009, Leo Cartwright said…
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 (LECAR1@BIGPOND.NET.AU) and/or my address is:-
Leo Cartwright J.P. 246 Kay Street; TRARALGON; Victoria; Australia; 3844

Cheers Leo
At 11:40am on February 25, 2009, Janelle said…
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 too. Check out the Friends of FireRescue group. Take care and stay safe.
At 11:08am on February 25, 2009, Heidi P. Cordi, MD, MS, MPH, EMTP, FACEP said…
Physicians who want to be involved in EMS should by all means be involved -- not just with a rubber stamp.
Thanks for your compliment -- it means a lot to me.
At 5:26pm on February 19, 2009, LittlefirecrackerMedic.....(Dina) said…
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.

At 5:04pm on February 19, 2009, LittlefirecrackerMedic.....(Dina) said…
Thank you Brad. I appreciate it.

At 10:32am on February 18, 2009, Wajata said…
Dear Brad,
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)
At 8:30am on February 16, 2009, Mick J. Sanders said…
Hi Brad. Thanks for the nice comments. What you're doing sounds exciting and a good service for students. I hope you'll keep me posted on progress.

I haven't decided about the conference yet. But if I go, I'll be sure to stop by and say hello.

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