Education & Training in EMS
In this episode of "Outside the Box," we delve into the EMS Education and Training world. Returning to our studio is the esteemed Jay Barrera, a passionate advocate for continuous learning, teaching, and mentoring. Jay shares his invaluable insights and embracing a "crawl, walk, run, sprint" approach. He highlights his ever-evolving teaching philosophy, dedicated to nurturing the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains of education. Furthermore, we explore the significance of personalized training, fostering a supportive learning environment, and cultivating collaboration among colleagues to create a dynamic curriculum that enriches all. Discover the extraordinary influence of education and training within the EMS industry, propelling clinical excellence and nurturing the personal growth of the next generation of EMS professionals.Disclaimer: The Sugar Fire Department, including its officers, employees, and affiliates, shall not be held responsible or liable for any claims, damages, injuries, or losses arising from the use or misuse of the information presented in these videos. It is important to note that the videos are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers should always adhere to the local protocols set by their agency and Medical Director.