In celebration of EMS Week 2017 I have the following e-book deals going on at Amazon:
Lace up the boots with an authentic 20-year EMS volunteer in one of the world’s biggest Emergency Medical Service systems, New York City. Beginning with a bumpy start in the service, through to those teenage rebellion years as a new provider running on calls for help, and culminating to a point of maturity often never reached in an industry infamously known for eating its enthusiastic young with an astronomically high burnout rate to prove it.
Ride along to discover what it’s like to be an EMS provider, plunge head first to unlock the secrets of a misunderstood EMS system, and discover the shocking truth about who’s winning the life and death struggle that human nature declares we wage in the quest for immortality.
˃˃˃ Because You Never Know What You’re Walking Into Working In EMS
“She’s gone. No pulse, no breathing, and cold as an ice cube,” I replied while reluctantly withdrawing my hand.
Turning around and away from her, my eyes fell on the scene at the end of the basement. Along the wall were roughly a dozen men. All of them had their arms above their heads with their palms pressed against the concrete wall. Their feet were spread apart. Their heads were hung in either shame or fear. None of them were fully clothed. Some were missing their shirts, some were missing their pants, and one of them was completely naked….
˃˃˃ Because There’s No Place Like New York City
The New York City EMS system is much more complex than many people realize. It is a tiered service comprised of a variety of agencies, each with their own history and challenges trying to fulfill the Emergency Medical Services mission. Learn about both the challenges and some of the outlandish calls first hand through the eyes of one of the providers.
$4.99 $0.99 only until May 27
Medic school is all about teaching you how to save the lives of others, right? Because that’s what the Emergency Medic Services does, right? Maybe… but there are many topics that medic school doesn’t cover, such as what about the health and well being of the medic providing the care? What kind of shifts will you work?? When will you have time for lunch??? How RICH will you be????
Upon reading this book you will have some honest answers and a new found appreciation for those who stand between you and a potentially negative outcome in times of medical and traumatic emergencies. Understanding how their lives are vastly different by answering that call for help when it comes to things such as eating lunch, getting sleep, and being with family on the holidays will have you appreciate them that much more when you need them.
Popular Chapters Include:
- #1 Certification Doesn’t Matter, We’re All Medics
- #8 Pack Your Lunch
- #10 EMS Doesn’t Save Lives
- #19 You DO Drive The Ambulance
- #24 The Rewards Are Greater Than The Paycheck
˃˃˃ This Edition Includes BONUS: #26 Avoid Social Networking Pitfalls
Although Social Media adoption and use continues to spread like wildfire grabbing headlines on news sites around the world it is important to remember that we are still medical professionals. Time and time again we read and hear about issues with Medics using Social Media inappropriately, and this can be a career ender. This bonus chapter includes the 7 Things To Do Online That Will End Your Career and 7 Things To Do Online To Build Your Career, because not ALL Social Media is bad.
$2.99 $0.99 only until May 27
Have a Happy EMS Week!