Public Safety Group Blog

Recert Digest: New ConEd Courses, Features, and More [February 2018]

Posted by Public Safety Group on 2/21/18 1:55 PM

 

By now, you've probably heard about Recert, the all-new personalized EMS continuing education solution. What you may not know is that this powerful online service is constantly being enhanced to meet the needs of employers and practitioners. To keep you updated on all the exciting new courses and features, we'll be sharing everything you need to know in our monthly Recert Digest.

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Topics: EMS, Fire

February Deals Are Here: Save on Your EMS and Fire Resources

Posted by Public Safety Group on 2/6/18 11:07 AM

 

Everyone loves a good deal! So, we've rounded up the best offers on our EMS and Fire resources for the month of February. 

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Topics: EMS, Fire

Facebook is changing its News Feed. Here's what you need to know.

Posted by Public Safety Group on 2/2/18 2:37 PM


As you may know, Facebook is making some major changes to the News Feed. One of the biggest changes expected is that posts from pages won't be as visible in your News Feed and you’ll see more posts from friends and family. Many businesses and brands aren’t happy with this change, but we think it’s a good thing.

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Topics: EMS, Fire

Recert Digest: New ConEd Courses, Features, and More [January 2018]

Posted by Public Safety Group on 1/30/18 5:14 PM

 

By now, you've probably heard about Recert, the all-new personalized EMS continuing education solution. What you may not know is that this powerful online service is constantly being enhanced to meet the needs of employers and practitioners. To keep you updated on all the exciting new courses and features, we'll be sharing everything you need to know in our monthly Recert Digest.

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Topics: EMS, Fire

5 New EMS and Fire Resources You're Going to Want to Get to Know [February - April 2018]

Posted by Public Safety Group on 1/23/18 6:18 PM

 

Our Public Safety Group team is often asked: 

"When will the next edition of _____ be available?"

"Do you offer resources for _____ ?"

As we kick off 2018, we want to make sure you have everything you need for your courses. So, whether you're an educator, professional, or a student, we'll be keeping you up-to-date on all of our exciting, new resources that will be available in the coming months. 

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Topics: EMS, Fire

Systems of Care and Continuous Quality Improvement

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 4/11/16 4:47 PM

Bob Elling, MPA, EMT-P

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Topics: Safety, training, CPR & AED, EMS, Fire, safety

Navigate 2 Customer Satisfaction Survey [Results]

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 4/7/16 11:08 AM

The results are in!

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Topics: Public Safety, Safety, training, EMS, Fire, safety

Beyond Socializing: Using the Power of Social Media to Improve Public Safety

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 5/8/15 3:32 PM

Social media usage and engagement is rapidly increasing. This information is likely not surprising if you are reading this article after clicking on a link from our Facebook post or tweet! According to a Pew Research Center analysis on American adults who use the internet:

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Topics: social media, EMS, Fire, First Responder, safety

Student Focus Group Indicates that Navigate 2 Improves Student Learning

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 4/27/15 1:40 PM

This winter, Jones & Bartlett Learning conducted a focus group with students in a Fire Officer course on our Navigate 2 platform. Navigate 2 combines interactive content with student practice activities and assessments. The technology and content of Navigate 2 is designed to expand the reach of the classroom. Navigate 2 classes can be taught online, in the classroom, or as a hybrid of both.

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Topics: training, education, EMS, Fire, First Responder, Navigate, Test Prep

Drones: How New Technology is Helping Fire Fighters

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 4/14/15 11:52 AM

As wildfires increase in frequency and intensity, fire fighters are utilizing all available technology to combat these dangerous infernos and keep their crews safe.

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Topics: Safety, technology, drones, Fire, First Responder, response