Whether it is on the street or sitting for the NREMT you’ll experience stress at many points in your EMS career. This clinical minute suggests ways you can deal with it.
Your size-up sets a foundation for the call as well as yours and your patient’s well-being. Find out the 5 important decisions you must make in this clinical minute.
There are 5 stages of death and dying. This clinical minute discusses each and the relevant to patients and family you will meet.
Does EMS training make witnessing death more complicated than it has to be? Dan shares a story of a death he witnessed and what his responsibility was in that situation.
Review EMT well-being, medical-legal issues, and lifting and moving. Exam study tips included!
Good decisions are the hallmark of the best public safety professionals. Sometimes though, a morally good decision may violate policy, put your job at risk or create friction between team members.
A critical but sometimes overlooked section of the NREMT is EMS operations. This test measures how well you understand communication and transportation protocols, scene safety practices and operational decision-making.
Operations are the “bookends” of an EMT course: The stuff at the beginning of the textbook and the stuff at the end. Test your knowledge of triage levels, hazardous situations, scene safety and more.