Unofficial podcast for the newer PA in the U.S. Army with topics ranging from professional development through training and medicine.
Episode 9: Deploying? Don't forget these meds...
It won't be long before you deploy somewhere, whether a training center, rotational mission, or to a combat theater. When you do, everybody is going to make it sound like everything you need is waiting for you there. They're lying. A lot. Better take a listen for some pointers from medicines and equipment to training and medical records.
Episode 8: RSI and TCCC Drugs Chat
In this episode we take some time to discuss better living through pharmaceuticals with our anesthesiologist friend Tyler. He schools us up on dosing, risks, and drugs you want in your aid bag. We also mention an essay about ketamine in the show, here’s the link to it: https://justinlascek.com/ketamine-essay/
Just so you have the JTS CPG one more time:
From our friends ar prolongedfieldcare.org:
Episode 7: Understanding Your Clinical Environment
In this episode we explore who you work for, then give you some background on how and why you can tell everybody else to kick rocks when they start gettin' chippy. Put that in your DMHRSi and smoke it...
Episode 6: CLS and First Responder training
In this episode we explore the TTPs of successfully implementing, teaching, an certifying the Combat Life Saver Program and its intertwined/parallel first responder training efforts.
Here's the link to the CLS centralized repository: https://deployedmedicine.com/market/193
Now get out there, find and tour your local TSC and MSTC, and get to executing this critical training!
Episode 5: 65D LTHET & GPE
In this episode we chat with PA Dave and explore all the recent and planned changes in the 65D DSc programs as they are re-characterized as GPE, particularly ADSO & bonus rules that are now more favorable to you. We'll also focus on where those specialty trained people best fit in the conventional force today and tomorrow. BLUF - you really need to look at going into these programs!
Episode 4: What OER?
Alright - you're certified, you've been doing some sick call and trying to figure out TCCC & Table VIII, time for a report card! Here's some juicy tidbits to guide you through your OERs!
In this episode, we mention a DVIDS promotion board video. This is the link:
While it's a little dated, I haven't seen a newer version. It's 47 minutes, but only the first 30 or so apply to newer PAs, before they start yammering about MAJ/LTC stuff you probably don't care about...yet.