Anticipation Can Be Everything In EMS

Being able to anticipate things in EMS can be helpful. When you think about it, you can actually try and anticipate many things in your EMS day. By doing this you will find yourself better prepared what you find even if you didn’t actually anticipate it.

Take a listen to this weeks episode to see what I mean below.

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Applying Your EMS Knowledge

You have heard the saying “Knowledge is Power”. In EMS you have to be able to apply that knowledge and know when and how. Especially within the pre hospital environment.

Anyone can memorize big words and sound smart around the water cooler. But that won’t change what you can do as a paramedic or EMT.

Be good in EMS so you can be great for your patients.

Listen to this weeks podcast to see what I mean and how your knowledge focus may need to change.

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Is Your EMS Boss Complaining About You?

We all complain from time to time on the job. The patients, the calls, the nurses, our agencies and management all find a place on the “gripe vine”.

But when you find yourself always complaining and bringing down the moral of your peers. You can pretty much be assured that you are being complained about too.

Take a listen to this weeks podcast below and see exactly what I am talking about.

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Are You Making This MC EMS Exam Mistake?

This week I revive my hate for multiple choice EMS exams but I also acknowledge how I must embrace them.

Many EMT and Paramedics don’t see that while certain types of MC resources will sidetrack your success in EMS.

Others will make all that time, energy and money you have spent working towards your EMT or paramedic certification lead to success.

Take a listen and see what I mean

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How To BS Your Way Through EMS School

Lets face it. You can bullsh*t your way through EMT or Paramedic school. Do the bare minimum, skate by the exams, play off your class mates and pass.

Its not hard. I’ve seen people do it. Heck I know kids getting college degrees that have bullshitted their way through. Never taking a note or cracking open a book.

But when does that come back to haunt you? This weeks Office Hours talks all about when that half ass-ary comes back to teach you a valuable lesson.

Take a listen below and be honest. Have you ever BS’d your way through a class, a course or exam? Did it really help you past that moment?

I am confident it most likely did not.

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Are You An EMS Micro Influencer?

What do you do each day in EMS that makes a difference? Not necessarily with a patient, although that is certainly important.

I’m talking about doing things that influence. They can be small or big. Perhaps just at the level of influence with that partner sitting next to you.

When we can have that micro influence, it can go much further than we may think.

Take a listen to this weeks podcast and see if you fit in as a micro influencer in EMS.

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It’s Hard Advocating For Our EMS Patients

Sometimes it feels like you are going against the current. Even your patients resist when you are trying to advocate for them. Its frustrating but its important to always come full circle and to keep going and doing the right thing. Take a listen below to see what I mean on this weeks podcast.

 

 

 

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Only As Good As Your Next Arrest

Are you only as good as your next cardiac arrest, STEMI or critical call? This may be one of the truest statements in EMS. Take a listen below to see why.

 


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Are You Stuck In The EMS Pipeline?

Life kinda puts you into pipelines. You enter one way and expect to eventually come out the other end another way. Like school for instance. You start high school or college a freshman and expect and work towards the goal of senior and graduation.

EMS is no different in that we also end up in a pipeline. However for many of us, we get stuck in it along with a lot of others making seeing and working towards that end, that goal much harder.

This weeks episode talks about this and gives some insight on getting out of the pipeline. More importantly how to be ready when that opening shows up.

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Another reason why patient assessment is key

This weeks episode includes a story why patient assessment is the key to your success and the patients. Plus I talk about EMS exam overwhelm and new vs. Salty EMS provers.

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