September 1st, 2011 — jamie
Podcast: Play in new window
The EMS Leadership Podcast hosted by Chris Cebollero, the EMS leadership podcast focuses on supervisory and leadership issues in EMS and indeed in business and other organizations as well. In this episode Chris assembles a panel from some of the top leaders and educators at EMS World Expo 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can find out more about Chris’ guests at the EMS Leadership Podcast website at EMSLeadership.com.
This episode of the EMS Leadership Podcast was sponsored by ZOLL, Inc. and was recorded live in the Podcast Studio on the exhibit hall floor sponsored by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP.org).
Stay tuned here to the ProMed Network podcast channel for continued coverage from EMS World Expo. Many of the short segment reports will also be carried over at MedicCast.tv.
August 31st, 2011 — jamie
Podcast: Play in new window
The ProMed Network continues covering the best in health and medical conferences with the live podcast studio at EMS World Expo 2011 in Las Vegas, NV. Chris Montera, host of the EMS Garage Podcast and Carissa O’Brien from CHEPCast share their thoughts from the exhibit hall floor on Day 1 of the conference.
Find more coverage of this event from the ProMed Network here on the ProMed Conference channel and at MedicCast.tv.
September 28th, 2009 — podmedic
Three of the ProMed Network’s podcasters will be commenting in a live web stream on the brand new NBC show “Trauma.” These paramedic and EMS podcasters will be looking at this new medical drama about EMTs and paramedics in San Francisco and discussing whether this portrays their profession with any realism at all.
Paramedic Podcasters Speakout on Trauma Premier Live
After the show Jamie Davis, an RN, paramedic, and host of the MedicCast (http://mediccast.com/blog) – the highest ranked EMS podcast – will take calls from listeners. Jamie Davis is watching the premiere of trauma because “I am looking for a program that will portray the real issues in EMS while inspiring a new generation to join the profession as previous shows like Emergency inspired me to become a paramedic.”
Greg Friese, a paramedic and co-host of the EMSEduCast podcast (http://emseducast.com) reports, “I want Trauma to be authentic and respectful of EMS. Like many EMS professionals I am excited and skeptical about Trauma’s potential. I am excited to watch and discuss Trauma with an international audience.”
Chris Montera, a paramedic chief and host of the EMS Garage podcast (http://emsgarage.com) shares, “EMS professionals would love for Trauma to succeed and draw attention to the work we do, but if it is a miserable failure we have no problem calling it DOA!”
Directions to join the Trauma premier commentary and discussion
What: Trauma Premier on NBC
When: Monday, September 28 at 9 pm EDT
- Visit Talkshoe.com and click on the “Live Now” button at the top of the screen
- Select the MedicCast Live!
- Listen live, chat live or -
- Call in LIVE!
- Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
- Talkcast ID: 18174
- Enter your Talkshoe Pin number (it’s free to register or participate as a guest)