As exam season starts, Facebook study groups are lighting up with posts from students who find perfectly reasonable questions totally outrageous. They label the NREMT as “ridiculous” and “out of touch with the street.” Why? Because they are poorly prepared for what to expect.
Join The EMS Siren, Amy Eisenhauer, for a 1 hour webinar on navigating your first job in EMS. From figuring out the chain of command, communicating with patients and their families, career planning and of course how to keep yourself both mentally and physically healthy. She will share tips on ways to cruise through your first job and avoiding some of the most common mistakes!
We get this question a lot- “which product should I use to study for my NREMT?” We have many options for different learning styles, device preferences and even for the amount of time you have to study!
There is a good chance you’ll see a burn question on the NREMT exam. Here are a few tips for mastering the burn knowledge and formulas you may need to be successful both on the exam and in the field.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a magical formula to guarantee a passing result on the NREMT? Sadly, there isn’t. But we do have some ideas of what the components might be and how they can help you pass the NREMT the first, third or even the sixth attempt.
In partnership with EMS1, we produce short quizzes on a variety of NREMT subjects and current hot topics. Explore the following quizzes and test your knowledge! CPR | For Educators | Medical Emergencies | Med Term |Pathophys | Pediatrics | Pharmacology| Trauma GENERAL ⇾ EMT Curriculum Nooks & Crannies Test your knowledge of infrequently used […]
Whether you teach EMT or paramedic courses, it is your responsibility to keep your knowledge fresh and relevant. Here are 5 ways to keep current on important EMS issues without breaking the budget or needing more hours in the day.
Over the years there have been some very meaningful books written by EMS providers. Here are five authors in the “must read” category. If they have written it, you should invest the time in reading it. Would you add other authors?
One of the biggest pieces of advice given for the NREMT (or any exam for that matter) is “Don’t read into the questions.” It is solid advice—yet many students don’t totally understand its meaning.
What is the most important information in the stem of a question? We propose that there are 4 steps you can use to best evaluate a NREMT question.