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Author: Todd Vreeland

The Importance of Planning Clinical Challenges

The EMS Today Hands-on Experience is in its third year as a one-of-a-kind experience of interactive learning lab and clinical challenge. Participants visit formative scenario learning labs, where...

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A Closer Look at EMSEd First-in Bag

Practicing as if one is in a real emergency situation is a key concept for effective simulation. EMS students need to perform their assessments and treatment with as much realism as possible.

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Developing the Future of EMS Through Mentoring

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) as a career has come far since the National Academy of Sciences 1966 white paper, Accidental Death and Disability: The Neglected Disease of Modern Society. Our...

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Using Formative Scenarios to Reinforce EMS Skills and Behavior

Realistic formative and summative scenarios are how we in EMS education fulfill the mantra, “Train like we fight.” Formative scenarios reinforce the learning process with perfect practice by...

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EMS Students Are Getting a Brand New Bag

Pictured above, left: Original First-in Bag module (01-44-0115); right top: Demo Dose® simulated medications module; right bottom: airway module for First in Bag. The modules come fully stocked....

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Changes to the NREMT Exam: A White Paper

Established in 1970, the mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) is to develop and administer certification exams that measure the competency of emergency medical...

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