7 Things AEMT Accreditation with Dr George Hatch
A recent survey by CoAEMSP found that two-thirds of AEMT Program Directors are enthusiastic about voluntary accreditation for AEMT programs, with 59% likely to seek it. The value of accreditation is highlighted in the higher pass rates of the National Registry certification exam by paramedics who attended CAAHEP-accredited Paramedic education programs compared to AEMTs. The voluntary accreditation option is hoped to enhance the safety and well-being of communities nationwide by advancing AEMT education programs. Join us as Dan talks with Executive Director Dr. George Hatch about the survey results and provides more information on AEMT voluntary accreditation.
7 Things Flipping the Classroom with Chuck Allias
Much has been written about the flipped classroom. In this podcast, Dan talks with Chuck Allias from Penn State Fayette about his experiences and insights from implanting a flipped format. Chuck includes practical tips on teaching and testing and even finds a way to bring Ted Lasso into the conversation. Get CE for listening! 1 hour CAPCE-approved F3 CE. Purchase here https://lc-ready.com/store/details/103-7_things_flipping_the_classroom
7 Things Research Tells Us About EMS Practice with EMS Avenger
Research is constantly changing EMS practice. It's difficult to keep up with everything happening and even more challenging to interpret these voluminous papers. This is where the EMS Avenger comes in. A popular social media figure who talks understandably and frequently about research. Each 7 Things relate to one piece of literature that has the potential to change everything from current thinking to practice to protocols.
7 Things EMS Leadership with Jon Politis
Get CE for listening! 1 hour CAPCE-approved F3 CE. Purchase here https://lc-ready.com/store/details/97-7_things_ems_leadership Leadership in EMS involves a path filled with curves and bumps. Transitioning from a provider to a leadership role isn't easy. This 7 Things podcast helps smooth the transition for new leaders and helps existing leaders stay on course. EMS leadership expert Jon Politis presents 7 practical tips you can begin to use today. Be the leader you want to be. Be the leader your organization or crew respects and looks up to.
7 Things Pathophysiology Based Assessment with Joe Mistovich PT2
Get CE for listening! 2 hour CAPCE-approved F3 CE. Purchase here: https://lc-ready.com/store/details/96-7_things_pathophysiology_based_assessment Special Double Episode! Three things in EMS are deeply connected: pathophysiology, assessment, and differential diagnosis. If a provider can apply principles of pathophysiology to assessment, coming to an accurate diagnosis becomes much easier. This 7 Things EMS brings in Joe Mistovich. Paramedic, educator, author, and pathophysiology geek. Joe explains the presentation of common conditions like hypoxia, hypoglycemia, and more through the lens of pathophysiologyPart 2The second episode in this series digs deeper into common patient presentations and makes them understandable. We know that abdominal pain can present vaguely, edema is bad, and altered mental status can indicate a serious condition. But do you know exactly why? This episode digs into these conditions and more to provide a deep understanding that will improve your patient assessment.