apple.news/APWZMplLkQp28qw0aiF26Vw I couldn't imagine being first on scene... prays for EVERYONE involved.
I'm sorry this has happened to you today. I am sorry you feel this way. I am sorry that you were born unlucky and suffer from this illness. I am sorry that they did this to you. I am sorry your bad day had become a turning point in my career. As the compassionate face … Continue reading An apology.
http://www.math.nus.edu.sg/~matlmc/Allegory_cave.pdf I have read this in past for my first degree in Literature (unemployment). As future leaders in emergency services, it makes me happy to see this added to the curriculum. In a constantly developing trade, it is important to practice critical thinking in an academic sense. Plato is using this metaphor to describe how … Continue reading Plato’s Cave and the Fire Service
http://m.jems.com/article/patient-care/nebulized-naloxone-safe-effective-treatm An interesting discussion on new science. Thoughts?
At least in my experience as a paramedic, there is no shortage of hours. In my service, they actually base merit on how many extra shifts you pick up. We are fully staffed most times of the years, but for some reason, we never have enough trucks. An aspect they don’t advertise or train you … Continue reading Now Hiring.
This was passed onto me from a friend. Don't know it's origin, but thought it was a great insight to our world as EMS providers. "Welcome to the profession whose entry-level practitioners — you, in a few months — rank 4th from the bottom in the Bureau of Labor Statistics salary rankings. The only people … Continue reading Just a thought…