In a recent blog post, Limmer’s Laws of EMS Education, I received many great responses. I knew one of the laws would get some comments—and I wasn’t disappointed. It was the “Law” about passion. Several people asked if it was a typo that passion isn’t required. Never one to shy away from a contrary stand, I put it out there.
I don’t think passion is required for an educator. I believe things are better when passionately delivered. But it isn’t required.
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