The Medic 101 Podcast is a podcast dedicated to all aspects of EMS education at all levels: EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic. The purpose of the Medic 101 Podcast is to assist in educating prehospital providers and prehospital provider students to not only establish a strong foundation in their skills and knowledge base, but also to take their skills and knowledge to the edge of what is possible in the prehospital environment.
Podcast 5 - Airway Expertise with Jesson Bateman Part 2
This is part 2 of the Airway Expertise podcast with Anesthetist Jesson Bateman. Part 1 hit on what it takes to be an airway expert and included some tips on anesthesia clinical rotations for our student listeners. Part 2 discusses techniques that will step up your airway game and some great discussion over the classic questions like: Mac vs. Miller, and DL vs. VL. If you haven’t listened to part 1 yet, go check it out.
Podcast - 4 Airway Expertise with Jesson Bateman Part 1
Airway Expertise and Anesthesia Clinical With Anesthetist Jesson Bateman - Part 1
Medic 101 sat down with Anesthetist, Jesson Bateman, to share some of his experiences with paramedic students in the OR and what it takes to become an airway expert. Jesson explains what it takes to excell in your OR clinical rotation and gives some tips on how to continue to grow your airway skills after initial training.
Jesson is a PA-Anesthetist in North Georgia as well as an instructor in Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) through Emergency Industries, LLC. Jesson can be found on Instagram @angry.canadian.
Podcast 3 - TECC Part 3
Sean McKay of the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care discussing the various working groups of the C-TECC as well as a discussion on counterfeit tourniquets and tourniquet selection.
Podcast 2 - TECC Part 2
Part 2 of a series of podcasts with Sean McKay of the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC).
Podcast 1 - TECC Part 1
First in a series of podcasts with Sean McKay of the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC).
Podcast 0 - Intro
Introduction to the Medic 101 Podcast. This podcast covers the objectives and future of the Medic 101 Podcast.
Very awesome podcast from very knowledgeable people. Definitely recommend!!
10k+ reps prepares one for mastery level in performing the skill but does it make that person a master at teaching the skill? If you’re training someone to be a master, you need to give them reps, correct? To be a master teacher and teaching is the skill then you need to teach 10k+ reps, correct?
Also, equipment, resources, patients and environments are different in the ER vs OR - this is recognized by American board of medical specialties and is confirmed in evidence based medicine translation from OR to ER does not extrapolate. So mastery in OR is novice in the Prehospital setting. You can’t apply OR skills to the Prehospital setting without that experience of applying it in the Prehospital setting. While I know a small amount probably do, most EMS systems don’t carry bougies but you refer to them a lot in how medics should prepare them when preparing to intubate.
As a paramedic student i find this podcast helpful. Anyone looking to reach out and learn new information, or just brush up on current knowlage should consider listening in.