Principles of Ethics and Personal Leadership (PEPL) is an essential 16-hour course that provides EMS and Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) practitioners at all levels with the knowledge and skills they need to effectively interact with patients and their families, other medical personnel, co-workers, supervisors, and the community.
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Tactical Medicine Essentials
Course Webinar with Author John Wipfler!
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
2:00-3:00 pm (EST)
Assessment & Treatment of Trauma
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
3:00-4:00 pm (EST)
Join us for the Assessment and Treatment of Trauma (ATT) Course webinar with Course Coordinator Adiel Garcia! The free one-hour webinar on will review the components of this concise, highly interactive, multi-media continuing education course for those interested in teaching. Discussion topics will include:
- ATT Course Overview
- Course Coordinator Responsibilities
- Course Requirements
- Resources (book, access code to Precourse Module, audio book, Teaching Package, web site)
- Precourse Online Module
- Teaching Package Components
- On-site Course Components (Lectures, Scenarios, Skill Stations, Written Test)
- Course Notification Form and Roster
- Suggestions for Promotion, Securing Materials
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Jones & Bartlett Learning is pleased to introduce the fourth installment of our 2011 Fire Author Podcast Series.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 3:52PM
Jones & Bartlett Learning is pleased to introduce our 2011 Fire Author Podcast Series. In the coming weeks and months, we’ll present Podcasts featuring interviews with authors and contributors from some of our newest and bestselling training resources. Now is your chance to go behind the scenes and hear direct from the experts!
The first three installments of our series are available now:
- An interview with David Casey, contributing author of our new Live Fire Training: Principles and Practice textbook. David discusses why the training program was created, how it can help to improve fire fighter safety on the training ground, and more.
In His Own Words...
Jones & Bartlett Learning is pleased to present the eighth Podcast in the Spring EMS Author Podcast Series, a conversation with David Snyder about Geriatric Education for Emergency Medical Services (GEMS). David provides background on the development of GEMS, discusses what inspired him to author the course, provides details on the features of the GEMS course, the instructor and student resources available, and explains why taking a GEMS course is important for EMS professionals.
American Heart Association honors advocacy volunteer
HVCC paramedic instructor, author and Colonie paramedic
Albany, New York – On the same day that American Heart Association volunteers from points far and wide in New York came to Albany to convince their legislators of the merits of CPR instruction in schools, they also honored a 30+-year volunteer with the organization.
“We named Bob Elling our New York State Advocate of the Year for his efforts to advance our public policy agenda,” said Michael Weamer, executive vice president, Founders Affiliate, American Heart Association. “Bob’s efforts over the years helped pass legislation to clarify that the Good Sam Law applies to all AED users, thereby alleviating liability concerns. This year, Bob is a driving force behind our efforts to make sure that all students learn CPR prior to graduation. Bob has been a tireless advocate for the AHA. He has met with lawmakers, recruited numerous volunteers and regularly been the face of the AHA in the media.”