Richard C. Hunt, MD, is our guest on this episode of the EMS Educast. Dr. Hunt joins Greg, Rob, and Bill to discuss the Field Triage Decision Scheme: The National Trauma Triage Protocol and automobile crash data. Dr. Hunt, is the director of the Division of Injury Response in the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC). With twenty years of experience in emergency medicine and acute injury care research, he has been instrumental in leading an effort to identify gaps that exist in the area of acute injury care for our nation. In addition, since his appointment, he [...]
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Returning guest Doug Gadomski joins us on this episode of the EMSEducast to discuss the role of simulation within EMS education. We also discuss use of simulation in other healthcare disciplines. Topics discussed include: What’s new in high fidelity simulation Integrated multi-disciplinary simulation centers Transferring simulation experiences to the field High fidelity simulator technical features Show Links: Doug Gadomski – Facebook, @ABQMedic, and email@example.com Co-Hosts: Greg Friese – connect at Blog.CentreLearn.com and EverydayEMSTips.com Rob Theriault – connect at Paramedic Tutor, EMS Connect and JEMSConnect Bill Toon – connect on Twitter, @wftoon and www.facebook.com/EMSEduCast
Please join co-host Greg, Rob, and Bill on tonight’s EMSEduCast, with returning guest and former co-host Buck Ferris. Tonight we discuss the 2010 AHA ECC and CPR Guidelines. Topics include: Importance of reading and understanding the updated ECC Guidelines Reviewing specific changes New twists in the 2010 guidelines Show Links: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science Gomerville @Buckman on Twitter Co-Hosts: Greg Friese – connect at Blog.CentreLearn.com and EverydayEMSTips.com Rob Theriault – connect at Paramedic Tutor, EMS Connect and JEMSConnect Bill Toon – connect on Twitter, @wftoon and www.facebook.com/EMSEduCast
Please join co-host Greg, Rob, and Bill on tonight’s EMSEduCast, along with guest Rommie Duckworth. Rommine is an emergency responder and internationally recognized speaker and educator on leadership and emergency services living in Western Connecticut. Rom Duckworth has more than twenty years of experience working in career and volunteer fire departments, public and private emergency medical services and hospital based healthcare systems. Tonight we will be discussing “why won’t they learn” – an exploration of why adult learners resist education opportunities and their motivation for learning (or not learning). Show Links: Rom Duckworth Test Better, Teach Better: The Instructional Role [...]