Sometimes I forget that not everyone who is a part of The EMT Spot community has been a part of that community from day one. Along the way, you may have missed some stuff. In fact, you may have just found us. In which case, welcome.
We’ve done a few great series and also tackled some great issues along the way. In the spirit of back to school time, let me see if I can peak your interest with a few of the ideas that we’ve shared over the past four years.
Feel like building up your knowledge in a few key areas? Here are a few ideas.
How solid are your vital sign taking chops? Want to know the ins and outs of these bread-and-butter EMT assessments? Take a look at the ultimate guide to vital signs:
How about your documentation? If you’d like to bone up on some of the skills that are vital to proper subjective assessment and reporting, you could call these posts our patient reporting mastery course:
Perhaps you’d like to know more about some specific patient populations. If you want to get a better handle on prehospital burn care, you might want to look through our bunr management series:
Or head injury management:
Last but not least, here is a series of some of the best “big ideas” that weve discussed on the site. If you’d like a primer on The EMT Spots philosophy, here are a few of our more popular posts on the subject. Consider it your long-term EMS success guide:
There you have it. The bell has rung. School is back in session. Pick your first subject and get to work. I’ll meet you by the swing at recess.