Lectures/Appearances


March 2014 Minnesota EMS Educators Conference

October 29, 2011 Moreno Valley Community College Riverside California

Paramedic Program Graduation Address

October 24, 2011, San Francisco Paramedic Association

October 22, 2011, EMS Conference, Bellingham, Washington

October 3, 2011 North Carolina Emergency Medicine Conference

 

April 28, 2011, 7:00 est, Webinar MCI management for the Real World

February 24, 2011, Webinar: Things you should know partner 2,   EMS Bootcamp.com

January 27, 2011, Webinar: Things you should know partner 1,   EMS Bootcamp.com

November 22. 2010 Texas State EMS Conference, Austin Texas

Pulmonary Edema vs. Pneumonia: The classic EMS diagnosis

November 18, 2010, Webinar @ EMS Boot Camp.com

Webinar: Pre-hospital care of asthma

October 22, 2010 Riverside Community College, Riverside California

Paramedic Program Graduation Address

September 15, 2010 Inver Hills Community College, Inver Heights, MN

Topic: The Downwind Walk, September 11, 2001:  The EMS experiences of a USAR Paramedic


  1. bart axelrod
    October 8, 2010 at 2:43 am

    Im looking forward to studying the 12 lead ecg resource I am about to start my ride time and I need to sharpen my skills!

  2. October 8, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    Hi Bart,

    Thank you for commenting. The 12 lead ECG site listed in the links is AWESOME! Rememebr to interpret the strip, then look for elevation, depression, Q wave changes and then right and left bundle branch blocks.

    I like the Brady 12 lead ECG bok for starters. Some people say it is too simple. I think it great for new medics and refresher students. If you want to delve deep into 12 leads, get the Garcia 12 Lead Book From EMSbook.com.

    We have some extra seats in class too when Dr. Bonaros comes to lecture in the spring.

  3. Joshua Hyink
    November 16, 2010 at 5:15 am

    We are using the 12-lead ECG in Acute Coronary Syndromes book by Phalen/Aehlert (Mosby Jems). Have you gotten a chance to look over this book and if so, what do you think of it?

  4. January 4, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    Josh,

    Tim Phalen is a consummate professional and very approachable. His book is excellent. In my paramedic class we use the Dubin’s ECG book for an entry into ECG’s. Dubins is a good text because it offers detailed information, information for the visual learner and topical review as you go.

    The Brady 12 ECG ECG Book by Wailraven is a excellent simple and clear 12 Lead book for the beginner. This text gives you an overview of the MI locations, arteries affected, right sided MI’s and Bundle branches,

    When evaluating book as a student look at the content provided, how the learning design suits you and support material with the book. In this day and age students are fortunate books are available for the visual learner and audio recordings re available for the auditory learner.

    For more information on 12 lead ECG;s i have a link on this site for the best 12 lead site I have ever seen. Enjoy.

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