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Study Tips – On The Go

Study Tips – On The Go

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.

Study Tips – Your Environment

Study Tips – Your Environment

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.

Study Tips- Start with Organizing

Study Tips- Start with Organizing

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

Spinal Motion Restriction

Spinal Motion Restriction

A new position paper on spinal motion restriction (SMR) was issued by the American College of Surgeons (ACS), American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and the National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP). It is another in a series of position papers on the topic and it may be the best yet on the topic. Read our analysis and download useful teaching tools for teaching SMR.

#EMSinspiration Winners

#EMSinspiration Winners

Thank you to all who participated in our #EMSinspiration contest! Here are our 5 winners’ stories.

Cellphones in the Modern Classroom

Cellphones in the Modern Classroom

It doesn’t take long in medicine or education to have one promising theory or study contradicted by the most recent. A new study now reports that cellphones in classroom contribute to failing grades. Do they have a place in the modern classroom?

Gallows Humor

Gallows Humor

Every day, we have the chance to be there for one another. Not just in times of crisis. The gallows humor may be the frosting but community in EMS is the cake.

6 Questions to tell if an EMT is well trained

6 Questions to tell if an EMT is well trained

How can you tell if your new students have the raw material it takes to succeed at an advanced level? Pathophysiology is one of the foundational elements of success at the EMT level—but perhaps the most challenging to teach—and especially integrate. Here are 6 questions to evaluate pathophysiology and pathophysiology-based thinking.