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Canadian Paramedicine

Canadian Paramedicine

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Canadian Paramedicine offers research articles and stories relevant to the paramedicine community around the world.
In this podcast, we read and discuss many of the articles by experts in the field.
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Responderpalooza: Songs for Sophie - Interview
Did you know that 1 in every 150 babies is born with a genetic disorder? Sophie Chadwick happens to be one of those low odds. Luckily, she has many friends who are helping her, and her family, have the best quality of life possible. In this podcast, RadioEMS interviews Tim Partridge regarding Responderpalooza. A project that Tim started in order to help families in need, such as Sophies. Please take a few minutes to listen in and if you feel the cause is good and just, head on over to their go fund me page to donate and help out. The link is: https://www.gofundme.com/f/responderpalooza-songs-for-sophie Everyone at Canadian Paramedicine, RadioEMS, Responderpalooza and the Chadwick family appreciates your time spent listening and helping.
13:43
October 15, 2021
AS2021 - Disaster At Home GlobalMedic’s Canadian COVID-19 Response
We all know who Global Medic are... But are we up to date with what they have been doing during COVID-19? Join Dayna Eckert for a full report on what GlobalMedic has been up to the last months.
09:47
September 22, 2021
AS2021 - Addiction Through A Compassionate Lens
Addiction is not always related to substance abuse and seeing it this way can lead to misinterpreting the obvious signs of an addict. Listen to the article by Chris Farnady to better understand the correct mindset to board an addict.
11:18
September 22, 2021
AS2021 - Preceptor Principles: Experience As A Teacher
So about two weeks ago I was at home and I found myself sitting on my couch channel surfing a little bit. This was actually a bit unusual for me as I normally have plenty of interests and hobbies to keep me occupied. I guess I was in real need of some downtime because I was mindlessly flipping between channels when I came across a new documentary involving the U.S. military. The big story involving the U.S. military over the past few months is the fact that they have been pulling their last soldiers and resources out of Afghanistan after a prolonged twenty-year war. The documentary itself focused on some of the soldiers who had their boots on the ground in Afghanistan and made it back home alive.
05:09
September 22, 2021
AS2021 - Split (Online) Personalities: Can Paramedics Separate Their Personal And Professional Personas?
The debate on defining health professionalism is at its peak as both generational and gender divides clash in ever-more-public forums. As young paramedics increase their presence on social media to advocate on public health issues, or for social justice, top medical organizations continue to recommend the separation of personal and professional social media accounts. While paramedic schools integrate “advocacy” training into their curricula and competency checklists, EMS organizations often advise clinicians not to speak out except through official public relations teams.
07:29
September 22, 2021
AS2021 - Paramedic Preceptor – Teacher And Evaluator
Reading of Becky Donelon's article. In this episode, she mentions the many obstacles that preceptors must face on a day-to-day basis when it comes to the "back of the ambulance classroom".
12:50
September 22, 2021
AS2021 - Paramedic Wellbeing Series Part 1: You Are What You Eat by Steve "Sunny" Whitfield
There is a range of health factors that impact paramedics across their career with paramedic wellbeing can be linked to mental, emotional and physical health. The Paramedic Wellbeing series will contain some simple strategies to enhance eating, sleeping, mindset and exercise to assist paramedics not just survive but to hopefully thrive.
09:32
September 22, 2021
AS2021 - Guest Editorial by Alejandro Olryd
In our first recording, Alejandro Olryd shares with us the Guest Editorial from the August / September 2021 edition of Canadian Paramedicine. In it, he introduces a new member of the family and describes a few of the changes that we are doing.
04:44
September 22, 2021
Canadian Paramedicine Trailer
Introduction to our Podcast. Have you ever felt that all your work and efforts have only brought you up against a brick wall? Cheer up! Across our beautiful country, among the many hundreds of dedicated people just like you, exciting and invigorating progress is being made. Up until now, most of us have been working in an information vacuum, thinking we are all alone.
02:00
September 1, 2021
JJ2021 - Fanshawe Paramedic Student Research
Fanshawe Students present their research projects.
21:11
July 2, 2021
JJ2021 - Ketofol: A Sedation Alternative
Join Chris Farnady as he explains how to concoct Ketofol - a combination between Ketamine and Propofol. 
11:35
July 2, 2021
JJ2021 - Preceptor Principles: Remember Where You Care From
Remember the olden days when your preceptor's instructions would usually be "carry this", "carry that", "hurry up!"? B.T. Murray certainly does and in this episode, gives us his opinion on the subject.
06:31
July 2, 2021
JJ2021 - Albert Air Ambulance
Join Steve Sutton and Jessica Stevenson as they explain how Alberta Air Ambulance started and the gigantic challenge of coordinating the entire Alberta Health Region.
12:18
July 2, 2021
JJ2021 - Ambulance Victoria MSU
Steve and Ali bring to us information on the new Mobile Stroke Unit in Australia. It is the first of its kind in the southern hemisphere and it promises to be a game-changing unit!
06:36
July 2, 2021
JJ2021 - Editorial
In this month's edition, we celebrate Gay Pride and stand with our brothers and sisters against any kind of violence towards any sexual preference, orientation or gender. Listen to Gilbert's somewhat ironic editorial and his point of view.
06:19
July 2, 2021
FM2021 - NEW STUDY WILL EXAMINE COVID-19 IMPACT ON PARAMEDICS IN BC AND ONTARIO
Submitted by BCEHS and the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences
06:17
March 1, 2021
FM2021 - Crisis Communication
Chris Farnady helps us understand the importance of communication during any crisis. As could be expected, he delves a little into the history of this and breaks it down. A must-listen for anyone involved in communications.
16:02
March 1, 2021
FM2021 - Paediatric Patient Care
Ali and Steve give us important feedback on treating paediatric patients. 
07:26
March 1, 2021
FM2021 - Editorial
Join Gilbert Maraboto as he ironically gives us his point of view on the different levels of certification for paramedics. Remember, this is a critically basic advanced recording!
03:01
March 1, 2021