Jones & Bartlett Learning would like to recognize the recipients of the 2014 National EMS Awards of Excellence.
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.
National EMS Week is May 18-24. This is OUR week to celebrate and honor the life-saving service our EMS practitioners provide their patients on a daily basis and the important role of EMS in our nation’s preparedness strategy and response to disasters.
By now, you have probably heard about new, innovative resources that are available to help instructors manage their courses and engage students in the learning process. You may have read about these resources in a recent product catalog, watched an online video showcasing how the resources work, or been given a one-on-one demonstration from your sales representative. While these resources are proven to be effective, it is hard for one to understand the benefits without trying them out or seeing how someone else uses the tools in their own course.
Dr. Chris Nollette and Randy Nugent from the Ben Clark Training Center (BCTC) at Moreno Valley College recently shared their thoughts on the benefits of using educational resources from Jones & Bartlett Learning for their EMS and Fire training programs. Check out what they had to say:
The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) recently announced the winners of their PHTLS Awards at the NAEMT Annual Meeting/EMS World Expo. The individuals who receive this honor are selected for the significant contribution they have made in the areas of PHTLS. The awards are specifically given to those who have shown great leadership, a commitment to program development, and appreciation of military faculty and program contributors.