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How can we better prepare our BLS students to transition to ALS?
Two podcasts and a research paper make this week’s list. Eastern Kentucky University has a powerhouse faculty and alumni base who we see flex their muscle a bit this week. The research paper was an interesting angle on medics and ROSC: If a medic works codes regularly, the patient has a greater chance of ROSC
It is our belief that the EMT classroom has much to gain from the use of simulation. We have provided a handful of ideas on how to integrate simulation into your EMT classes, both BLS and ALS.
The benefits of simulation in an EMS class are wide-ranging and surprisingly easy to do, for BOTH BLS and ALS.
Every piece of study advice you receive will tell you “DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE!”, but we all know that’s easier said than done. Even if you have had the time and foresight to study consistently for the weeks approaching the exam, a night before refresher is never a bad idea.
Regardless of how much time you’ve set aside to study in your own space, things will always come up and derail you. Luckily, some clever tools and preparedness make cramming on-the-go an effective practice.
Sometimes finding the right study environment is easier said than done, and some space creation is involved. Read our 8 tips to create a more productive and effective environment to prep for the upcoming tests.
If you aren’t organized, you’ll spend precious time flipping through quickly scribbled notes, not knowing where to start or finish, and possibly end up more confused than when you began. These are our top tips for making the most of your study sessions
Every week we share the latest in position papers, podcasts, articles, blog post that we think are most important to your EMS education and practice.