On tonight’s EMSEduCast Greg, Rob, and Bill are joined by Janet Taylor, RN, NREMT-B. Janet was a recent speaker at the NAEMSE Symposium 2012 and she discussed how to use manipulatives and kinetic learning in the classroom.
Janet Taylor, St. John’s life Line, Springfield, Missouri
Janet works as a flight nurse for St. John’s Life Line out of Springfield, Missouri. She received her RN in 1998 and after working in many different departments, found her love in Emergency Nursing and EMS. She is certified in Emergency Nursing and recently acquired her NREMT-B. She has worked in many different departments in order to be comfortable in the different situations and calls related to EMS. Her passion is EMS, whether it is the people she works with, the culture or the patients. She tries to make each subject interesting with hands on and visual aids and has no problem with looking silly in front the crowd in order to make a point or to make a concept easier to understand.
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