EMS CE Podcast

First Podcast Created Exclusively for EMS CE

Would you like to put in your headphones and get fluff-free, conversational CE? The 7 Things EMS podcast gives you exactly that, covering a variety of topics that truly make you a better provider. Your host Dan Limmer talks with industry leaders and experts to give you a fast-paced but deeply insightful podcast that matches any attention span.

Each episode delivers 7 Things you need to know about that topic. Pick and choose which topics interest you. There’s no boring content, no complex paperwork and no membership.

Listen. Learn. Get CE. It’s that easy!

How Does It Work?

Each podcast episode streams directly from LC-Ready and qualifies for one hour of F3 CE.

Each CE activity is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) for one hour of CEH.

  • Purchase any 7 Things EMS episode.
  • Listen to the 45-minute audio. Afterward, a short test will be available in your account. Pass the test, get the credit!
  • As long as your LC-Ready profile is filled out with your State and/or NREMT number, your CE credit will appear on the CE Certificate tab in your account.

↪️ Don’t need CE? You can also listen for free on Spotify, Pandora, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Episode List for 7 Things EMS Podcast

New episodes released monthly! These are available right now:

Resuscitation with Bobby Wales
Let’s talk about the science and highlights of AHA resuscitation guidelines. We went straight to the source: Bobby Wales is the Director of Education for the American Heart Association.

Here’s a preview:

Simulation with Richard Low II
How do you tune up or start up your use of simulation in the classroom? Our own Richard Low has 7 Things to help any EMS educator.

Death and Dying with Alex Jabr
Things you need to know about calls involving death – what and when to say something, death notifications, and the resilience to return another day.

EMS Education with Dan Batsie
You may think that you have a progressive EMS classroom but we guarantee that these 7 Things EMS Education with Dan Batsie will make it even better. From refining the basics to big, bold ideas, this will be the best 45 minutes you can spend as an educator.

Street Medicine with Dr. Mike Lauria
Want to know how to deal with stressful calls on the street? This podcast provides 7 Things to deal with stress and improve performance from emergency physician Dr. Mike Lauria, who was a special forces medic. Cool.

Toxicology with Dr. Tony Tomassoni
Wish a brilliant toxicologist could explain things in a way you could understand and use in your practice? Wish no longer. Yale physician and toxicologist (and longtime friend of EMS) Tony Tomassoni shares his 7 Things.

Renal Emergencies with Dr. Bill Young
We still can’t believe we found a brilliant, dynamic, and compassionate person who is also a two-time kidney transplant recipient. But we found all that and more with Bill Young. Combining an insider’s perspective with a detailed clinical mind, this episode shares 7 Things you need to know about renal emergencies.

Medical-Legal with Wes Ogilvie
The Medical-Legal chapter in the textbook is important, but most people speed through it to get to the juicy clinical material. Medical-Legal is very relevant to your practice—as you will find out in this legally insightful podcast with paramedic and attorney Wes Ogilvie.

The Medical Director with Dr. Will Krost
Is the EMS physician an elusive creature only occasionally seen by EMS providers? Or is the EMS physician a tireless advocate and constant presence in a provider’s life? Dr. Will Krost, an emergency physician and paramedic, takes some of the mystery out of the physician-provider relationship.

Continuing Education with Jay Scott
A CE podcast episode that’s about CE itself? Yes. There is no one better to have this conversation with than Jay Scott, Executive Director of CAPCE. We talk about the intent of CAPCE, how CE is delivered and reported, and some fascinating insights into the future of EMS CE.

EMS Well-Being with James Boomhower
Well-being is often not considered until it is too late. James Boomhower is the founder of Stay Fit 4 Duty and and is pursuing his Master’s in Clinical Psychology. He talks about practical components of well-being that are surprisingly easy and intuitive.

Pathophysiology-Based Assessment with Joe Mistovich
Special Double Episode! Joe Mistovich explains the presentation of common conditions like hypoxia, hypoglycemia, and more through the lens of pathophysiology. After this 7 Things, you will understand your patients like never before.

EMS Leadership with Jon Politis
Transitioning from a provider to a leadership role isn’t easy. This 7 Things episode helps smooth the transition for new leaders and helps existing leaders stay on course. EMS leadership expert Jon Politis presents 7 practical tips you can begin to use today.

7 Things Research Tells Us About EMS Practice, with EMS Avenger
It’s difficult to keep up with the voluminous pages of the latest research, but popular social media figure The EMS Avenger is here to help. Each of his 7 Things relates to a piece of literature that has the potential to change the way you practice – and EMS as a whole.

Flipping the Classroom with Chuck Allias
Dan talks with Chuck Allias from Penn State Fayette about his experiences and insights from implanting a flipped format. Chuck includes practical tips on teaching and testing and even finds a way to bring Ted Lasso into the conversation.

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Would you like to put in your headphones and get fluff-free, conversational CE? The 7 Things EMS podcast gives you exactly that, covering a variety of topics that truly make you a better provider. Your host Dan Limmer talks with industry leaders and experts to give you a fast-paced but deeply insightful podcast that matches any attention span.

Each episode delivers 7 Things you need to know about that topic. Pick and choose which topics interest you. There’s no boring content, no complex paperwork and no membership.

Listen. Learn. Get CE. It’s that easy!

How Does It Work?

Each podcast episode streams directly from LC-Ready and qualifies for one hour of F3 CE.

  • Purchase any 7 Things EMS episode.
  • Listen to the 45 minute audio. Afterward, a short test will be available in your account. Pass the test, get the credit!
  • As long as your LC-Ready profile is filled out with your State and/or NREMT number, your CE credit will appear on the CE Certificate tab in your account.

↪️ Don’t need CE? You can also listen for free on Spotify, Pandora, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Episode List for 7 Things EMS Podcast

New episodes released monthly! These are available right now:

Resuscitation with Bobby Wales
Let’s talk about the science and highlights of AHA resuscitation guidelines. We went straight to the source: Bobby Wales is the Director of Education for the American Heart Association.

Here’s a preview:

Simulation with Richard Low II
How do you tune up or start up your use of simulation in the classroom? Our own Richard Low has 7 Things to help any EMS educator.

Death and Dying with Alex Jabr
Things you need to know about calls involving death – what and when to say something, death notifications, and the resilience to return another day.

EMS Education with Dan Batsie
You may think that you have a progressive EMS classroom but we guarantee that these 7 Things EMS Education with Dan Batsie will make it even better. From refining the basics to big, bold ideas, this will be the best 45 minutes you can spend as an educator.

Street Medicine with Dr. Mike Lauria
Want to know how to deal with stressful calls on the street? This podcast provides 7 Things to deal with stress and improve performance from emergency physician Dr. Mike Lauria, who was a special forces medic. Cool.

Toxicology with Dr. Tony Tomassoni
Wish a brilliant toxicologist could explain things in a way you could understand and use in your practice? Wish no longer. Yale physician and toxicologist (and longtime friend of EMS) Tony Tomassoni shares his 7 Things.

Renal Emergencies with Dr. Bill Young
We still can’t believe we found a brilliant, dynamic, and compassionate person who is also a two-time kidney transplant recipient. But we found all that and more with Bill Young. Combining an insider’s perspective with a detailed clinical mind, this episode shares 7 Things you need to know about renal emergencies.

Medical-Legal with Wes Ogilvie
The Medical-Legal chapter in the textbook is important, but most people speed through it to get to the juicy clinical material. Medical-Legal is very relevant to your practice—as you will find out in this legally insightful podcast with paramedic and attorney Wes Ogilvie.

The Medical Director with Dr. Will Krost
Is the EMS physician an elusive creature only occasionally seen by EMS providers? Or is the EMS physician a tireless advocate and constant presence in a provider’s life? Dr. Will Krost, an emergency physician and paramedic, takes some of the mystery out of the physician-provider relationship.

Continuing Education with Jay Scott
A CE podcast episode that’s about CE itself? Yes. There is no one better to have this conversation with than Jay Scott, Executive Director of CAPCE. We talk about the intent of CAPCE, how CE is delivered and reported, and some fascinating insights into the future of EMS CE.

EMS Well-Being with James Boomhower
Well-being is often not considered until it is too late. James Boomhower is the founder of Stay Fit 4 Duty and and is pursuing his Master’s in Clinical Psychology. He talks about practical components of well-being that are surprisingly easy and intuitive.

Pathophysiology-Based Assessment with Joe Mistovich
Special Double Episode! Joe Mistovich explains the presentation of common conditions like hypoxia, hypoglycemia, and more through the lens of pathophysiology. After this 7 Things, you will understand your patients like never before.

EMS Leadership with Jon Politis
Transitioning from a provider to a leadership role isn’t easy. This 7 Things episode helps smooth the transition for new leaders and helps existing leaders stay on course. EMS leadership expert Jon Politis presents 7 practical tips you can begin to use today.

7 Things Research Tells Us About EMS Practice, with EMS Avenger
It’s difficult to keep up with the voluminous pages of the latest research, but popular social media figure The EMS Avenger is here to help. Each of his 7 Things relates to a piece of literature that has the potential to change the way you practice – and EMS as a whole.

Flipping the Classroom with Chuck Allias
Dan talks with Chuck Allias from Penn State Fayette about his experiences and insights from implanting a flipped format. Chuck includes practical tips on teaching and testing and even finds a way to bring Ted Lasso into the conversation.

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