I would have a hard time explaining my way out of not RSI’ing this patient with the information provided.
However, I am no longer a ground provider and there are a few nuances to consider in the aeromedical vs ground environment. Anyhow, I digress.
The Missus knew from an early age (pre-teen/ teen) that she wanted to go to nursing school. She started college level prereq’s in HS, got her CNA and worked at a SNF and hospital prior to nursing school.
All of this was before she hit 20. Her nursing program had a wait list to contend with so...
I would be curious to gain insight from bridge program nurses who bridged with their paramedic license and/ or experience.
Did/ do they feel the curriculum missed was a non-factor? I realize requirements can vary by state. My state did it for like 2 years, but I have yet to come across one...
My statements are my opinions and observations, much like yours.
Isn’t that the point of these discussions and forums? Also, I feel it’s at least relevant to this thread. Cheers.
I think you finally argued back your own (and my) point.
Very experienced paramedic here. I have the experience...
Incredibly easy actually. The online services most these universities use, like Parchment, make it really quick and easy to get transcripts transferred over. What took the longest was getting my HS transcripts.
Ironically enough I was in the midst of applying to EKU’s ASP online degree when I...
I highly doubt most nurses—with the exception of those holding a paramedic license—go to nursing school with an end goal of obtaining a paramedic license.
I think a lot of paramedics see nurses/ nursing (specifically the ER/ ICU specialties) as somewhat comparable to EMS. I think they’re...
They’re definitely making the pursuit of higher education much easier nowadays. And, my National Registry is finally paying off all these years later. I’m glad I’ve kept it up.
I still can’t wrap my head around nursing school. I’ve tried, I just can’t.
TBD. It’s supposed to roll out at the beginning of 2023 is my understanding. They mentioned a paramedic refresher also being in the works, so all good and promising things.
I know when me and the others from our base went they were in between filming the courses for it.
I’d imagine comparable...
Didn’t realize until I called the NREMT yesterday that the con-ed requirement changes are permanent, so now it can be live or distributive for all CE required.
I was under the impression it was merely a temporary Covid thing. Awesome. Finally, they made it way more convenient.
Anyone that’s in and around the SoCal area who’s a fan, definitely worth the visit.
They’ve restored all of the vehicles have some cool merch signed by most of the cast members and it’s only $5 a head.
My son and I had a blast. My wife was a sweet, and very patient bystander.