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Monday, May 9, 2016

Paramedic Chief


 
May 9, 2016|View as webpage
Special Digital Issue
Spring 2016
Adoption of online training techniques is part of how the EMS profession continues to evolve. It’s no longer acceptable for a longtime EMT to say “I don’t do the computer,” but we also have an obligation as leaders to provide content that is compelling and relevant. In this issue of Paramedic Chief Digital, we explore how to find and evaluate free medical information on social media, share two examples of how educators are incorporating social technology into their EMS training programs, and address how to teach EMS "dinosaurs" to evolve.
Articles include:
  • FOAMed: How to Find and Evaluate Medical Information on Social Media
  • 10 Tips for Successful Online Anatomy and Physiology Instruction
  • 3 Ways to Teach Capnography with Active Learning

Read about this and more inside!
— The EMS1 Team
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