Meet podcasters in the Podcast Studio or catch their episodes online after the show
Stevens Point, Wisconsin (September 2, 2013) — Next week EMS professionals from around the world will gather for EMS World Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada to learn from the industry’s top educators, put their hands on the latest products in the exhibit hall, and to enjoy the sights and sounds of Las Vegas. For the fifth year running those sights and sounds will include EMS podcasters broadcasting live from the show flow.
“EMS World Expo is a great chance for me to meet listeners face-to-face and ask other educators about the products on the show floor that have their attention,” replied Greg Friese, co-host of the EMSEduCast, when asked about what makes expo a special event.
EMSEduCast: Live Shows From EMS World Expo
Scheduled guests for the EMSEduCast include conference presenters Kevin Collopy, Rom Duckworth, and Kip Teitsort. Greg also looks forward to interviews with Dr. Gustavo Flores, Dave Konig, Norm Rooker, Jim Logan, and Deryk Ruddle. According to Greg “Our panels represent the diversity of EMS education.”
The EMSEduCast is the podcast by and for EMS educators that discusses tips, techniques, and resources for improving paramedic and EMT education. Listen to all shows at EMSEduCast.com and connect with other educators on the EMSEduCast Facebook page.
MedicCast Celebrates 5th Anniversary of the Podcast Studio
At EMS World Expo MedicCast host Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, will be hosting several episodes including a special episode celebrating the 5th Anniversary of the Podcast Studio at EMS World Expo. For this episode, Jamie will have EMS Garage host Chris Montera, and returning from the very first podcast studio, Ted Setla from Setla films and Carissa O’Brien, health social media expert from Aetna health care. Jamie reports, “We’ll be talking about the changes since that first studio event 5 years ago in Atlanta and how social media has changed the landscape for EMS and health care.”
The MedicCast is a weekly program for EMS providers at all levels with news, commentary, tips, tricks and interviews on EMS and healthcare topics.
1-Union-801: The Webcast: LIVE from EMSWorld Expo
John Broyles shares, “We always broadcast live, but we’re really excited to go on the air LIVE from EMS World Expo next week.” 1-Union-801: The Webcast has booked Jules Scadden to discuss the west coast Ride for the Fallen and Dr. Bryan Bledsoe will be on to discuss getting rid of spine boards. Come visit John and Dee in podcast studio or look for them in the classroom taking advantage of the great CEUs available only at EMS World Expo.
1-Union-801: The Webcast is the EMS 2.0 webcast that covers everything from Situational Awareness to Basic Airway Management; with other things thrown in the mix just for fun. Listen to all shows and connect with John at http://1union801thewebcast.com or at the 1-Union-801: The Webcast Facebook page
A Fire Medic Perspective: EMS At The National Fire Academy
We gather at EMS World Expo next week to learn, laugh and make lifelong friends, but what about the other 51 weeks of the year? In a recent episode of A Fire Medic Perspective with Rom Duckworth we hear that “The National Fire Academy is Not Just Fire Anymore” as we talk with Michael Stern, EMS Training Specialist for the NFA.
The NFA is known for high level fire service training and education, especially its leadership programs. How is the NFA expanding beyond fire programs into EMS, emergency management and other areas? Do you have to be a firefighter to attend? How is an institute like the NFA of benefit to the average EMT or Paramedic on the street? We answer these questions and more on this episode of A Fire Medic Perspective with Rom Duckworth.
A Fire Medic Perspective is a weekly podcast covering everything emergency services, from clinical topics, to education and leadership issues to why the the rookie should be ready to travel to learn on a national level, all from a Fire Medic Perspective.
Contact: Greg Friese, MS, NREMT-P