Ginger Locke is a paramedic and professor of EMS students in the US. She has long been fascinated with the inner-workings of medics' minds. In this podcast, she interviews medics face-to-face, in long, intimate format. She thoughtfully asks her guests to open up about their mindset, routines, mistakes, thought-processes, and lessons hard-learned.
She is on twitter @gingerlockeatx and show notes from each episode can be found at medicmindset.com.
The Limit of Jace
Critical care and flight medic, Jace Mullen and Ginger discuss all things medical and rock climbing. Topics include: The Principle of Charity in arguments, why code-switching is an essential skill of paramedics, how to be a good re-tweeter, what still scares him, how he decided to transition out of urban 911 to critical care/flight medicine and what it was like to get COVID during the first months of the pandemic. Shownotes at medicmindset.com
Thinking: Pediatric Respiratory
Show notes at https://medicmindset.com/2021/09/11/thinking-pediatric-respiratory/
Dr. Joelle Donofrio-Odmann shares her passion and expertise on the topic of Pediatric Respiratory Distress. She covers how she uses the pediatric assessment triangle to stratify patients and how she thinks about the diseases of the upper and lower airways. Listeners also get to hear a cameo visit from Dr. Peter Antevy from the "In the Zone. The Antevy Zone" episode.
Reading: Dr. Maia Dorsett
What do the greats of EMS read? EM Physician and EMS educator, Dr. Maia Dorsett shares what, when and how she reads.
Reading: Michael Herbert
What do the greats of EMS read? Paramedic Michael Herbert shares what, when and how he reads.
Reading: Nyssa Hattaway
What do the greats in EMS read? Flight Nurse Nyssa Hattaway shares what, when and how she reads.
Mixtape: The One Book
What's the one book you'd recommend to a brand new paramedic? 3 guests answer this one question. The guests are: Flight Nurse, Nyssa Hattaway. Paramedic, Michael Herbert. EM Physician, Dr. Maia Dorsett.
Episodes on reading
Love these interviews on the topic of reading with your guests! Thank you for a few new recommendations.
A different path
I appreciated listening to Ginger in the beginning. The discussions she had on medicine, the experiences that were shared and some opinions that differ then my own were enlightening. I respected Ginger’s intelligence and her hard work in reaching out to the EMS community. I continued to listen to the Podcast as new topics were discussed. However, my coworkers who are salty and those who tend to be right leaning have strayed away. I hope Ginger can return to a more middle of the road Podcast.
The best EMS podcast in the Internet
So much information, a nice, calm manner of talking. Good journalism!
I love this podcasts and can’t be thankful enough for it! 🙏