Few phrases get my blood going like “we’ve always done it this way.” Seriously, find me at a conference and … More Sweeping up the C.R.U.M.s
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?
How to make a tourniquet in the field. If you like what I’m doing over there on YouTube, throw me … More Making a Field Tourniquet
Hot days and Australian patient dumping… hey, that sounds like an Olympic sport!
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?