This week seems to be full of milestones here at EMS Blogs! First we added our lucky 13th blogger Transport Jockey, we reached over 2,000 fans on our Facebook Page, and now we have the 10th Edition of This Week In EMS Blogs! It makes me wonder what we’re going to do next week to try and top it besides overdosing on tryptophan. The EMS Blogosphere has had a great week as evidenced by these fine contributions:
- Rogue Medic goes to the videotape of a cardiac arrest and provides insightful commentary that would make Howard Cosell look like an amateur
- Droid Medic covered the launch of EMS1.com‘s mobile site and points out that what we really want to see is an app for the Android platform since there already is one for the iPhone
- TOTWTYTR covers the continuing saga of re-certification fraud in the Northeast. I forsee some serious ramifications nationwide for CME based refresher programs from what’s going on there
- Coma-Toast tells a tale that does a very good job at describing how we need to be when it comes to bring the concepts of EMS 2.0 to fruition
- Jim Hoffman continues down the alphabet with a post brought to you by the letter E
- Hybrid Medic has an all too common ineffective breathing scenario for you to consider and offer a suggestion on treatment
- Greg Friese offers some suggestions of things you should do before banning social media at your agency
- Kelly Grayson makes a much needed Public Service Announcement for those who are prepared for the impending invasion of America a la Red Dawn
- Sam from On The Clock asks the important question of where are the women in EMS? Inquiring minds want to know…
- Justin Schorr marked yet another milestone… the 1 year anniversary of the historic visit by Mark Glencourse that resulted in the innovative internet educational entertainment juggernaut known as The Chronicles of EMS. Time sure does fly when you’re having fun, and we’re definitely looking to see what the next year brings!
- Insomniac Medic brings us the tale of a call that went like clockwork… and no, it has nothing to do with Big Ben
- While I don’t normally link to my own posts, I think the fact that people say they don’t need EMS is too important a problem to ignore. I hope you feel the same
- Rescue Monkey has posted the details for The Handover Edition 21: Burnout. If you’ve never taken part in The Handover Blog Carnival then there’s no better time than the present with such a volatile!
Have a great weekend and to all our readers from the United States, have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!