Social Media In EMS

ems white paperHere is an older podcast I did with Greg Friese of EMS1.com. We talked about social media in EMS how it goes beyond just a simple post and how it can affect your EMS career.

This was a great episode I know you will enjoy.

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The Accidental EMS Lifer

Did you start out in EMS with a five year plan? Now it’s 15 years later and you are still on the ambulance with no end in sight. Looks like you have become an Accidental EMS Lifer.

But all is not lost and you are not alone. In fact it isn’t all that bad.

Take a listen to this weeks podcast and hear my take on being a lifer by accident in EMS.

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