I’ve always been an advocate for EMS education, not necessarily training (or if the new standards are to be considered, … More Rise of the Battalion Trainer
I was jogged back into training mode the other day by a trainee (and a supervisor) when we were discussing … More The Art of the Narrative
When ethical behavior is taught in medical courses, it is assumed that the people we are instructing already have a … More Morals and Ethics
I get amused when I watch some bright eyed bushy tailed medic student or field trainee. The excitement to be … More IV, O2, and Monitor
I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately. A lot. I’ve read 6 books since the start of the new … More Who is John Galt?
Steve Whitehead over at The EMT Spot wrote an article about performing actions and performing the right actions in an … More What is the Right Action?
This is a repost from The Fire Science Blog I recently stumbled across a forum post on the Fire Engineering … More Did We Create Our Own Problem? – Repost
So we have covered the physiology of respiration, now we are going to cover the waveforms and what each part … More Waveform Capnography Part 2
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything instructional, and looking at the sheer size of the topic I … More Waveform Capnography Part 1