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Join us as Dan talks with Executive Director Dr. George Hatch about the survey results and provides more information on AEMT voluntary accreditation.


This continuing education podcast looks in the mirror to talk about continuing education. No one better to have this conversation with than Jay Scott, Executive Director of CAPCE. We talk about the intent of CAPCE, how CE is delivered and...

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Death and dying are very much in the minds of EMS providers today. This podcast talks about all the things you need to know about calls involving death, from what and when to say something, death notifications, and the resilience to return another...

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How do you take your EMS classroom to the next level? In this podcast, Dan Batsie will give you the information you need to make your classroom more effective and dynamic.


Leadership in EMS involves a path filled with curves and bumps. Transitioning from a provider to a leadership role isn't easy. This 7 Things podcast helps smooth the transition for new leaders and helps existing leaders stay on course. EMS...


Well-being is widely misunderstood and often not considered until it is
too late. This 7 Things EMS on well-being is presented by an EMS provider
who has been thereĆ¢and done something about it. James Boomhower
founded and is...


Much has been written about the flipped classroom. In this podcast, Dan talks with Chuck Allias from Penn State Fayette about his experiences and insights from implanting a flipped format. Chuck includes practical tips on teaching and testing and...


The Medical-Legal chapter in the textbook is important, but most people speed through it to get to the juicy clinical material. Medical-Legal is important and very relevant to your practice, as you will find out in this legally insightful podcast...


Special Double Episode! 2 CE credits Three things in EMS are deeply connected: pathophysiology, assessment, and differential diagnosis. If a provider can apply principles of pathophysiology to assessment, coming to an accurate diagnosis becomes...

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How we found a brilliant, dynamic, and compassionate person who is also a two-time kidney transplant recipient is beyond us. But we found all those things and more with Bill Young. Using an insider's perspective combined with a detailed clinical...


Research is constantly changing EMS practice. It's difficult to keep up with everything happening and even more challenging to interpret these voluminous papers. This is where the EMS Avenger comes in. A popular social media figure who talks...

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When we wanted 7 Things about resuscitation, we went to the source. Bobby Wales is the Director of Education for the American Heart Association. In this episode, we talk about how the guidelines are developed, how they are meant to be used, and of...

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Limmer Education's own Richard Low talks about simulation in the EMS classroom with Dan. Whether you are an experienced educator with a sim lab or someone looking to do more, these 7 Things will help tune up or start up your use of simulation.

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Want to know how to deal with stressful calls on the street? This podcast provides 7 Things to deal with stress and improve performance from an emergency physician Dr. Mike Lauria, who was a special forces medic. Cool.

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From drugs to toxic substances to household products, EMS is challenged by toxic exposures. This 7 Things podcast with emergency physician, toxicologist, and educator Dr. Tony Tomassoni takes the complex and makes it simple.


Is the EMS physician an elusive creature only occasionally seen by EMS providers? Or is the EMS physician a tireless advocate and constant presence in a provider's life? Dr. Will Krost, an emergency physician and paramedic, helps take some of the...

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