Category Archives: Emergency Communications

Some More Help on Writing EMS Narrative Reports

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Buried down deep in the 450 or some odd blog posts I have on this site, you’ll find a few that cover how to write an EMS narrative report. It’s a skill that each and every EMT and Paramedic has to practice and perfect over the course of their careers lest they find themselves without a job, […]

Link: Where Should Special Needs Kids be Special? – Autism Awareness in the Community

I just read an excellent article at Slate.com by Amy S.F. Lutz, a crusader for the rights of the disabled in the community. Now you, as either an EMS provider or fellow human being in society should read it too. The article deals with the sometimes uncomfortable issue of the behaviors that manifest themselves in public from […]

5 tips for beating the summer heat – An EMS and Medical Stock PSA

This is a free Public Service Announcement that talks about creative ways for staying safe in the summer heat. Feel free to steal it and/or link to it from your EMS agency’s social media or website. Stay safe out there.

In Honor of National 911 Education Month – Help Spread the Word

Looking for a way to spread the message about National 911 Education Month and National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week? Here’s something I wrote that I’d love for you to use.

National 911 Education Month – What EMS can do

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April is National 911 Education Month. We’re celebrating it. Let’s show our dispatchers some love and help spread the message. I’ve got some tools you can use today.

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Chris Kaiser aka "Ckemtp"

I am a paramedic trying to advance the idea that the Emergency Medical Services can be made into the profession that we all want it, need it, and know it deserves to be.

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