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Video: Voices of COVID 0 N. Reese  Please watch this video from Dallas Fire-Rescue Training regarding COVID-19 and the EMS Community.
by N. Reese
Friday, July 24, 2020
COVID-19 Testing for First Responders 0 N. Reese   Please find the attached document from the Federal Healthcare Resilience Task Force (HRTF), "COVID-19 Testing for First Responders," and the following resource links from EMS.gov and 911.gov:   EMS.gov Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources: https://www.ems.gov/projects/coronavirus_covid-19_resources.html     911.gov Coronavirus Resources: https://www.911.gov/project_coronavirus_covid-19_resources.html
by N. Reese
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Educational Programs for EMS Educators 0 N. Reese   Please find the following resources from the Prehospital Guidelines Consortium (PGC) for EMS Educators:   Prehospital Guidelines Consortium - EBG Resources http://prehospitalguidelines.org/ebg-resources/   Prehospital Guidelines Consortium - COVID-19 Resources http://prehospitalguidelines.org/covid-19-resources/
by N. Reese
Monday, July 6, 2020
Article: How I’m Spending My Pandemic Summer Vacation 0 N. Reese How I’m Spending My Pandemic Summer Vacation A professor creates a syllabus to guide herself and other faculty members in preparing for more remote teaching this fall, amid Covid-19 By Sarah Rose Cavanagh JUNE 09, 2020 https://www.chronicle.com/article/How-I-m-Spending-My-Pandemic/248954
by N. Reese
Friday, June 12, 2020
Final Lab Scenario Testing 0 R. Sullivan Does anyone have advice on how to run final scenario exams? Our students will be able to return to campus soon and need a final lab scenario exam. Usually we have students respond in pairs to live simulated patients, similar to the IOH registry station. I know NREMT posted information a while ago about how they planned to adjust the IOH station but I can’t find it now. We’re planning to wear PPE, use mannequins, and have them respond alone, but we have not decided yet about whether we should let them verbalize more treatment or lay equipment out for them since they won’t have a partner. I would like to hear what other programs are doing and any advice would be appreciated
by R. Sullivan
Thursday, May 21, 2020
Revised CDC Guidance for Institutions of Higher Education 0 N. Reese   A revision to "Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Institutions of Higher Education is now available at:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/guidance-administrators-college-higher-education.pdf
by N. Reese
Friday, May 15, 2020
Essentials for the Emergency Medical Responder: Second Edition 0 N. Reese   Essentials for the Emergency Medical Responder: Second Edition Essentials for the EMR 2nd  Edition functions as an EMR textbook, Resource, and Study Manual presented in new and challenging ways to create a concise, easily comprehensible, and organized book.   This book stresses all the domains of learning and gives the EMR student a foundation to acquire the critical thinking skills necessary to provide the most meaningful care. The knowledge gained from this book is a solid stepping-stone to advanced levels of EMS by serving as a valuable resource and study manual. This multiuse book meets and exceeds the current National EMS Education Standards, as presented by NHTSA.   You can purchase this book from Amazon, Barnes and Noble or InGram Spark. Be certain to use the entire title: Essentials for the Emergency Medical Responder, 2nd Edition.   ISBN: 978-1-7330202-1-3.   Barnes & Noble Purchase Link: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/essentials-for-the-emergency-medical-responder-2nd-edition-joseph-allen-grafft/1136743127?ean=9781733020213   If you or your school/organization belong to IngramSpark.com: You can order with the ISBN: 978-1-7330202-1-3 at the phone number: (1-800-426-1776) for $89.95.    
by N. Reese
Monday, May 11, 2020
Healthcare Resilience Task Force: New Documents Released 0 N. Reese   Four new documents have been released by the Prehospital [911 and Emergency Medical Services (EMS)] Team of the Healthcare Resilience Task Force. We have created these two portals for COVID Resources which we will continue to update three times a week, with new links and documents containing information on a variety of COVID-related topics. You will find COVID resources here on EMS.gov, and here on 911.gov. 
by N. Reese
Monday, May 11, 2020
NHTSA Education Pipeline Document 0 N. Reese   NHTSA Education Pipeline Document National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) staff prepared this summary document on the status of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) education pipeline during a series of recent conference calls with EMS stakeholder organizations. Included is a list of national, State, and local considerations for EMS stakeholders. These considerations do not necessarily reflect official policy positions of the organizations that participated during the conference calls. This document is intended to serve as an informational resource for EMS stakeholders. This summary does not establish legal requirements or obligations, and its content does not necessarily reflect agency recommendations or policy.1   Contributors to its content included representatives from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT), the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE), the Committee on Accreditation for the EMS Professions (CoAEMSP), the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education, the National Association of State EMS Officials, the International Association of Fire Chiefs, the American Ambulance Association, the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, the American College of Surgeons, and the Interstate Commission for EMS Personnel Practice.
by N. Reese
Monday, May 11, 2020
Return to campus guidelines 0 M. Keeler Hey Everyone, I have attached the medical screening sheet as well as the General Rules handed out to students and instructors for our return to campus on June 1 at Palm Beach State College in South Florida.  As always, please feel free to utilize if you can. Stay Safe! Matt
by M. Keeler
Friday, May 8, 2020
Survey Results: NAEMSE, NAEMT, and NHTSA COVID-19 Impact Surveys 0 N. Reese   Please find a downloadable version of the results of the survey that NAEMSE conducted to assist FEMA and other organizations with assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the EMS educator community. You will also find downloadable versions of similar surveys run by NAEMT, NHTSA and CoAEMSP.
by N. Reese
Monday, May 4, 2020
Webinar & Recources: Remote/Distance/Virtual Simulation 0 N. Reese   Remote/Distance/Virtual Simulation: Keeping your EMS education program going. Resources referenced in the webinar & related materials: Distance Learning During COVID-19 - Oxford Medical Simulation COVID sim scenarios, planning guides, clinical tools and other resources https://chicago.medicine.uic.edu/uic-sail-simulation-webinars-weekly/ List of VR/AR development Tools   Apple ARKit – Reality Composer and Reality Kit AR Tool Kit - https://github.com/artoolkit AppyPie https://www.appypie.com/vr-ar-app-builder Sketch AR Just A Line VUforia Google ARCore Maxst Wikitude --- Please visit the Society for Simulation in Healthcare: - SSIH Website: http://www.ssih.org - SSIH COVID-19 Resources:  https://www.ssih.org/COVID-19-Updates/-Helpful-Links-and-Information Check out these resources from CAE: - Webinars: https://caehealthcare.com/education/webinars/wbn-utilizing-maestro-standalone-in-a-virtual-environment/ - CAE Muse Software 30-Day Trial: https://caehealthcare.com/muse-trial-request/ - CAE Maestro 30-Day Trial: https://caehealthcare.com/support/software-updates/maestro/ares/ For upcoming NAEMSE webinar information and resources related to past webinars, visit this page: https://naemse.org/page/UpcomingWebinars Keep up with NAEMSE on social media! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMUxW5qrZG_1EhHpVF9eXHw/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/NAEMSE LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/pghNAEMSE/ Twitter: @naemsepgh  
by N. Reese
Friday, May 1, 2020
Zoom Hacks to Help Move EMS Class Forward. 3 K. McKenna I have created some 360 videos that allow you to look all over the room or environment for your scene size up and creating a general first impression of your patient. You are more than welcome to use any of these videos, I am working on making more videos for more scenarios. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UW7YhM2xzUUhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vAK_dBOJkY&t=15shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28fB7SuFycs&t=15sI have also included links I made that they can scan a QR code to see specific things on the scene like pill bottles or the wound. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1y7ULSiGBbzmkpUzHvk_q1X-XZQEMEG40Vb4NetYMHNA/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1M_LeKQcxyf7jjlb5jSUY6ctXEp8J2bTBw3w0nv4fCx4/edit?usp=sharingI have incorporated these elements plus pre-recorded iSimulate vitals and compiled them all into one video that makes for a dynamic scenario.
by C. Gibson
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Using iSimulate with Zoom 3 K. O'Connor Here’s what we did with iSimulate and Zoom. We had two devices in a meeting as cohosts, one pointed towards a scene and the other towards iSimulate. An instructors is with a mannequin or a live patient, and students can tell the what to do based on what they see on the monitor. I know there are other ways to do this, but we’ve had good luck with the monitor next to the scene on the student’s end using this. It would also work with any other rhythm generator. In the pictures my son acted as the instructor and I acted as the student telling him what to do. Take care and stay safe everyone.
by R. Sullivan
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Best Practices in development of an online course 0 E. Peralta Online course development CITL presents these "Online Course-in-a-Box" resources to faculty and instructors who are tasked with developing their own online course with minimal campus support. Online Course-in-a-Box includes online education best practices and the research that supports those best practices, along with templates and other helpful guides. This includes support for: Designing your course Planning lectures Recording and editing lectures Building your online course Fostering student interactions Understanding legal issues
by E. Peralta
Friday, April 17, 2020
Skills labs for medic class 7 R. Smith Thank you for all the great ideas! Is anyone grading their scenarios with the Registry portfolio sheets or similar tool? Take care and stay safe,Bobrobert.sullivan@dtcc.edu
by R. Sullivan
Thursday, April 16, 2020
Webinar: Emergency Remote Learning in a Crisis Situation 0 N. Reese   Emergency Remote Learning in a Crisis Situation If COVID19 had come along in 2005, or worse, 1995, colleges, universities and training institutions would have been hard pressed to help their students complete their year through remote learning on such short notice. While the transition was remarkably swift, it’s hasn’t been easy, smooth or consistent. In the past month, we have found quick solutions, and going forward we will discover new solutions and fine tune existing ones. Rob Theriault has been teaching online, both synchronously and asynchronously for over 20 years. Rob began “flipping the classroom” in 2000, several years before the term was first coined. In this webinar, Rob will share what he has learned and what he envisions for remote experiential learning in the future.  
by N. Reese
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Webinar: Learn about Secure High Stakes Exams at a Low Cost 0 N. Reese   Webinar: Learn about Secure High Stakes Exams at a Low Cost   Please take a moment to watch this webinar presented by NAEMSE & Platinum Educational Group on April 7, 2020. Please reach out to Platinum Educational Group through their website, platinumed.com, to see how EMSTesting.com and Platinum Ed can work for you!
by N. Reese
Thursday, April 9, 2020
Article: Creating Experiential Learning Opportunities in Any Course 0 N. Reese   Creating Experiential Learning Opportunities in Any Course Please take a moment to read this article by Timothy Hanrahan published on FacultyFocus: Link to Article
by N. Reese
Monday, April 6, 2020
The Shift to Remote Learning: The Human Element 1 N. Reese Really good article and content to explore. This is the central question on everyone's mind; how will I learn, study and thrive in a digital educational experience. If Y2K brought fears and anxiety about the internet, this Pandemic has catapulted us into the 5th dimension of on-line learning. We are all going to need a digital detox from time to time. Learning modes and styles will remain basically the same. How do you learn? Visual, Auditory, Kinetic experiential; and now full on remote education with a dash of virtual simulation added. It will still be up to the individual, be it an instructor or student who needs to work a program of health and wellness and remain academically fit!
by N. Tucker
Friday, March 27, 2020
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