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So, you've just passed all your exams and are now officially a paramedic. Now what? Where should you work? Where can you work? What to do with all that training and knowledge busting from your mental seams? Listen in as Jim gives some ideas on how to get that ink drying on your new paramedic card.
One Mission One Team. Can this be possible? If you have listened to the show you know we really seem far from one of anything. But perhaps we are closer or can get closer than we think possible.
Join us with your EMS week plans and how you define this years slogan.
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Once again we have the popular Rapid Fire show where anything goes and we do some quick commentary on popular EMS related topics.
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What are the requirements to be in EMS? Are there any screening requirements that instill confidence in the public?
Shouldn't we require stricter rules to allow someone to become an EMT or paramedic?
Join us live for this and other topics facing EMS.
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Today I will be discussing nutrition for high performance and longevity with expert Mike Kesthely .
Mike Kesthely has been involved in athletics his entire life, ranging from years playing box lacrosse, martial arts, rock climbing, mountain biking and Crossfit. He currently works as a Firefighter/Paramedic for the Lethbridge Fire Department, and is also the Health & Fitness Coordinator for the department. In his off hours, he works as a trainer with Crossfit Lethbridge, a high-quality strength & conditioning gym located in Lethbridge, Alberta. His passion lies with nutrition, and improving client performance, health and longevity through dietary analysis. His credentials include OPT CCP Nutrition, Level-1, under James Fitzgerald and Mat Lalonde, PhD; Precision Nutrition certified (Sport & Exercise Nutrition) through Dr. John Berardi and certified as a Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist. Mike has focused his passion for athletics on nutrition; he utilizes his knowledge, experience, and data to successfully augment performance, health, and longevity based on his client’s needs and goals.
In EMS we need to make split second decisions sometimes. Using critical thinking we can reduce the errors that can occur during patient care, scene management and much more. Join Dave along with National EMS Speaker and Author Dan Limmer as they discuss the importance of critical thinking when it comes to EMS.
Guest Dan Limmer: http://limercreative.com
Live Call-in Tim Noonan: http://rougemedic.com
Jim Hoffman: http://emsofficehours.com
Tom Bouthillet: http://EMS12Lead.com
Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves actor, Anthony Ruivivar.
Audiences recognize Ruivivar from the TNT prime time drama, Southland where he portrayed, Hank Lucero who met his demise at the hands of a drug dealer. The episode titled, "Chaos (which was based off of the Onion Fields incident) was a very riveting and powerful episode which gave an inside look into the world of a cop being taken hostage and the consequences they endure as a result of their job of protecting the masses.
But before Southland, Ruivivar's breakthrough role came when he starred in the night time action drama, Third Watch which centers around the life of police officers, paramedics and firemen in a fictional town in New York City. Ruivivar enjoyed a six year run as FDNY paramedic, Carlos Nieto.
After Third Watch, Ruivivar stayed in the drama genre and usually portrayed a police officer or detective which was highlighted on such series as Numb3rs, Criminal Minds, CSI; Crime Scene Investigation, etc.
Ruivivar is now busy with the Cinemax hit noir-esque drama, Banshee, from True Blood‘s Alan Ball and House‘s Greg Yaitanes, portraying the character of Alex Longshadow, the son of of Kinaho Tribe chief, Benjamin Longshadow.
During this live episode of the Code Red! radio show, host Alfred McComber's guests will include Gerald McSwiggan, Senior Manager, Disaster Management, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center along with Scott Somers, PhD., who is a member of the Phoenix, AZ Fire Department and a Certified Emergency Paramedic for more than 20 years. He is also a member of the American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council and the Preparedness Sub-Council. Both gentlemen will stop by to discuss important disaster preparedness tips and strategies for small business owners across the nation.
You'll also learn about a special breakout presentation being sponsored by the American Red Cross and FedEx entitled, "SMB Prepared: Getting Your Small Business Prepared For Disasters" that is taking place during the upcoming U.S. Chamber Of Commerce's "America's Small Business Summit" being held next week in Washington, DC.
Later in the broadcast, we will be joined live by Rob Aiers who will be dropping by the show all the way from just outside of London, England!
Mr. Aiers is an internationally known expert on the deadly issue of carbon monoxide poisoning and he is also the founder of: www.CarbonMonoxideKills.com.
Rob is going to share some very important information that could just save your life or the life of a loved one when it comes to dealing with this deadly poison.
Rob will also share insights regarding the often untold side of the story when it comes to long term suffering and injuries for those who survive Carbon Monoxide poisoning incidents.
Our guest this morning is Jim Babylon. Jim retired from the Denver South Metro Fire Rescue in 2011 after 22 years of service.
Currently Jim divides his time between his company Covenant All Risk Consulting and South Metro Fire where he currently works part time as the special operations coordinator. Jim has been a paramedic since 1996 and in EMS since 1979. He spent nine years working as a paramedic on the streets of Denver.
During the 1990s he served as an instructor for the Domestic Preparedness program for NBC Terorrism. Jim is certified as a Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Terrorism Subject Matter Expert by the Department of the Army. Some of his work includes the authoring of the Denver-Aurora regional MMRS decontamination standard operating guide, sub-contractor on the Puget Sound regional mass casualty plan and co-author of the state of Maryland EMS triage system training program.
Jim speaks frequently on the subjects of: hazmat, EMS, responding to ultra-violent events and incident management. He is also a member of the Emergency Volunteer Project.
The EVP provides responders to Israel during national emergencies to allow their responders to fulfill their military obligations. Jim is the father of two beautiful daughters and lives outside of Denver with his lovely wife. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Covenant-All-Risk-Training-and-Consulting-Inc/163451070139
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As April brings in spring or tries to anyway here on the east coast. It comes time for the monthly rapid fire episode.
Anything goes this week as we bring up popular EMS news topics, grip about work and hope we end with a few pointers to share with the masses.
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