Maybe the best 20 minutes of NREMT advice you’ll ever get! Dan offers 10 key test prep tips he picked up from talking with former NREMT Executive Director Bill Brown, who wrote our test prep app EMT PASS.
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Dan Limmer and EMS educator Joe Mistovich walk you through: how and what to study, best-answer vs. correct-answer format, differences between computerized and paper exams, and tips for physical and mental test prep.
Staying stagnant is bad for both students and educators. This presentation will look at what others have done in their classroom and examine some of the latest educational and technological trends.
How about some extra practice on the toughest NREMT questions? Listen as Dan Limmer and Bill Brown, former NREMT Executive Director, take apart 5 difficult EMT questions and give you test-taking strategies and clinical pointers to help you pass.
Get practical tips on the best way to prepare, what to avoid, and other experience-based advice. Listen as Dan Limmer talks with Bill Brown, former Executive Director of the NREMT, about common exam prep mistakes.
Listen as former NREMT Executive Director Bill Brown and Dan Limmer answer questions about how validation and computer adaptive testing (CAT) relate to EMT test prep products and the EMS classroom.
EMS providers acutely feel the need for training in regard to safety, but we previously took a head in the sand approach to scene assessment. Instead, let’s look at ways to evaluate danger and offer guidance on what providers should do in the face of danger.
A 54 year old male complains of left-sided chest pain. He tells you it started an hour ago and it has been constantly 4 of 10. He denies any past medical history. He has a 38 pack-year smoking history. You auscultate fine crackles in his lower lungs. His vital signs are P 94, R 16, BP 142/96, and SpO2 is 96% on room air. You should suspect…
The days of PowerPoints seem to be moving slowly into the past. Case-based and problem-based education seem to be the replacement. This presentation will take a practical approach geared at implementation of these techniques into your classroom.
An unresponsive 48 year old male is in cardiac arrest. Your partner is performing chest compressions while you attach the AED. After you press analyze, the AED announces “Shock advised.” While the AED charges, you should ensure your partner…