Gaining Respect In EMS Through A College Degree?

Some in EMS feel that having a college degree will fix so many of the problems we face as a profession. Having that formal education is key, but there is so much more that lends to getting the respect of our healthcare peers.

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Comments

  1. Steve McDowall says:

    I totally agree with you I tell my staff this all the time if you know your job and what you are about others have no choice but to give you the respect you deserve

  2. I have a college education in ems. I have an associate’s in paramedicine, graduated with distinction from one of the most rigorous programs the state has to offer.

    I have been passed over for promotions on 3 occasions, and NEVER, has my education provided me a single cent increase in pay upon hiring.

    College education you say? COMPLETE AND TOTAL waste of time and money says I.

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