Guest Chris Hendricks discusses Paramedic to RN Bridge programs based on his experience doing the Excelsior College program several years ago. He describes the course work and testing he completed. Chris now works as an ICU nurse and paramedic. He is working on a Masters Degree in nursing education. He is also author and educator living in Colorado. He welcomes your questions and comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Chris was previously on episode 46 discussing Field Instruction. Featuring: Chris Hendricks Greg Friese – connect at EverydayEMSTips.com Rob Theriault – connect at Paramedic Tutor Bill Toon – connect on Twitter, @wftoon Show Links: [...]
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Tom Bouthillet, paramedic, educator, firefighter, and blogger, leads a conversation about 12 lead ECG training on episode 56 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators. Tom discusses the relative newness of 12 lead training, difference between being a clinician and a technician, and keys for an educator to become more confident and skilled 12 lead educators. There was a vigorous conversation in the live show chat room about 12 lead and STEMI recognition programs around the country. Remember you can listen live – EMSEduCast.com/live – Wednesday nights at 2000 CST. You can participate in the discussion [...]
Chris Cebollero, chair of the NAEMT Emergency Pediatric Care (EPC) course, is our guest on episode 55 of the EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators. Chris discusses the EPC content, structure, and availability of a hybrid option for EPC that combines 8 hours of didactic content with 8 hours of classroom skills training. Chris and the hosts also responded to several questions from live listeners about the differences between EPC, PEPP, APLS, PALS, and pediatric BTLS. Bill Toon shared the recent experience and lessons learned for his organization that just completed the hybrid EPC course. Learn more [...]
Paramedic educator and author Angel Burba leads the discussion on this episode of the EMSEduCast about social media use by faculty. She specifically shares an article about a faculty member that was suspended for comments she made on Facebook about her students. Read the full article at Inside Higher Ed. Remember you can participate in the discussion about any episode, tell us why you enjoy the EMSEduCast, and suggest show topics and guests at the EMSEduCast Facebook Fan Page. Cast: Angel Burba – connect at AngelMedic1 or email email@example.com Greg Friese – connect at EverydayEMSTips.com Rob Theriault – connect at Paramedic Tutor Bill [...]