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Your host is Lee Cunnell, a Paramedic and Senior Lecturer. Lee has worked as an Advanced Practitioner and managed many clinical and educational projects. Lee has developed and is Professional Lead for two degrees in Paramedic Science.

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We regularly receive direct messages on social media from aspiring paramedics and their families asking a range of questions. What classes should I take at school or college? How can I make my application stand out? Where do I start with this confusing assignment? We enjoy helping you out and decided to create Paramedics "Couldn't Do Your Job" to share advice with more of you. There will be tips to help anyone applying to or studying any related health course so do share with your friends an ...
 
Welcome to PragMed. A podcast hosted by medics for medics. We talk about everything from best practice prehospital medicine to coffee. We are not the average clinical health podcast that pretends to know it all, we find the experts and ask them what they feel is best for prehospital medicine. We hope that you not only enjoy but contribute to the discussion and grow with us together. No topic is off the table, and we only ask that you be respectful of another. Otherwise, grab a cup of coffee ...
 
Traumatic injury causes millions of deaths and disabilities globally and cases are rising as road traffic increases. This album features a real-life simulation of the aftermath of a car crash and reveals the crucial steps paramedics must take to tend to the injured driver and get him into the ambulance. It shows the importance of the Platinum Ten Minutes and the Golden Hour, key concepts which the ambulance services follow when dealing with life-threatening conditions. This material forms pa ...
 
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Lee is joined by Tom Chapman , a third year paramedic science student at the University of Suffolk. Tom shares his experiences on the road and in University with some top tips to help with your studies or application. Tom has kindly answered the additional questions we have received to paramedicscdyj@gmail.com. Thanks Tom ! Q: How will the course b…
 
Thanks for joining us ! In this episode Lee discusses practice supervision and mentorship with Lecturer in Paramedic Science and Course Leader , Lee Marshall Resources GROW model with useful template https://elt-connect.com/using-the-grow-model-to-support-students/ Lee referred to a few models discussed in this paper https://www.researchgate.net/pu…
 
Lee Talks to Craig Hosking, a graduate Paramedic and Clinical Instructor. Craig shares advice for applicants and student paramedics on preparing for University, equipment and tips for completing OSCE assessments.על ידי Your host is Lee Cunnell, a Paramedic and Senior Lecturer. Lee has worked as an Advanced Practitioner and managed many clinical and educational projects. Lee has developed and is Professional Lead for two degrees in Paramedic Science.
 
Lee talks to Julie Macleod ,Associate Dean at the University of Suffolk about her journey into higher education and her current role. Julie shares tips to help you nail that application and interview and offers insights into the University life. As always we would love to hear from you. Let us know what you would like us to discuss and if the podca…
 
Lee talks to Lee Marshall and Matt Crickmore about their experience as undergraduates on a Paramedic Science degree. We discuss student life from the perspective of a mature student and how the difficult decision to leave a previous career really paid off. Lee and Matt share their experiences as University Lecturers during the pandemic and offer so…
 
Lee is joined by Vickie Glass, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Development at the University of Suffolk to discuss resilience and whether this is a useful term. Additional materials for reference https://www.ted.com/talks/lucy_hone_3_secrets_of_resilient_people https://www.ted.com/talks/christina_costa_how_gratitude_rewires_your_brain https://www.…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics talk with Dr Timothy Durkin and discuss Heat Stroke, the signs, symptoms, myths, and of course treatment modalities. The boys and Dr. Durkin look to find practical ways for street level providers to identify and treat heat stroke. Dr Durkin provides the listeners with useful tips and thoughts regarding management of …
 
In this episode, Jason and Scooby (Aaron was on shift doing real work) sit down with Ryan Kerr to discuss his free online ventilator book, reasons for writing and publishing a free book, and other ventilator thoughts. Ryan is a current medic/nurse who flies for AirMethods in the Southwest. This is one of our favorite episodes and it is a great conv…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics and Scooby sit down and discuss a proper disaster patient, one with an upper GI bleed (esophageal varices). We discuss a patient from the ICU perspective with lessons learned for paramedics. These patients are challenging to manage, and it's a great conversation that will help a paramedic manage this type of patient.…
 
The PragMedics decided to look inward and interview Aaron about a recent austere/disaster response mission he participated. Jason and Scooby talk with Aaron about his recent trip to a developing country in response to a natural disaster. This episode has bits and pieces from disaster response preparation for paramedics, resource limitations, and be…
 
Welcome to our first episode of Cognitive Offloading with the PragMedics and Scooby! In this episode, Dr. Andrew Fisher (Trauma Daddy) and Jason Segal of P1 Air Rescue join us to chat about a wide range of topics, from acute traumatic coagulopathy to our thoughts on a hot EMS topic. So join us and enjoy this episode with some great guests! Our next…
 
The PragMedics are back and hoping everyone is looking forward to the New Year! In this episode, the PragMedics and Scooby sit down and discuss beta blocker overdoses. Beta blocker ODs present with various indications and can be difficult to diagnose. It is a wide ranging discussion on different treatment options and ways to manage patients experie…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics chat with Chris "Hutch" Hutchison about a wide variety of topics. We chat about the changes he has seen in the military, the differences between military and civilian medics, and his thoughts on the transition from military to civilian paramedicine. Chris is a 14 year veteran of the US Army, starting his career as a …
 
In this episode of "I Had This Patient," the PragMedics and Scooby discuss how to treat and manage a patient presenting with a STEMI or OMI. It is a wide ranging discussion on different treatment options and ways to manage patient experiencing a STEMI in the prehospital setting. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our "I had this patient"…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics sit down with Doctor Fisher and discuss TXA. Doctor Fisher discusses the changes in dosage and administration of TXA, along with how the CoTCCC makes changes to the TCCC guidelines. Its a great discussion on another tool medics have in treating trauma patients, so tune in and give it a listen! As always, we want to t…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics chat with Brad Morgans about ketamine. Brad retired from the US Army after 20 years of service and multiple deployments a a Lieutenant Colonel. He deployed with USSOCOM as a CRNA numerous times in support of Special Operations. He continues his service by teaching warfighters austere medicine and ways to utilize phar…
 
In this weeks episode, the PragMedics chat with Jim Bollenbacher about what an event medic is and does. Jim is a retired lawyer turned medic who enjoys working as an event medic with some great stories. He wrote a book about his adventures and stories called "Molly, Mushrooms, and Mayhem." It's a great read and Jim donates every cent of profit to t…
 
Scooby and the PragMedics are back again with Part 3 of a three-part series discussing intubation. In this episode, we discuss the intubation process from confirmation of tube placement to a failed airway. In todays episode, Scooby discusses intubation steps and thoughts in a pragmatic, logical way with tons of information. Tube in and sit back for…
 
In this episode, we chat with Global Response Management (GRM). GRM is an international NGO and exists to bring emergency prehosptial care and training to those living in or displaced from conflict zones. Listen in as we learn from the medical providers who work within this organization and the challenges they see in low-resource, high-risk areas. …
 
In this week's episode, we sit down with HSAR Medic Jason Segal and discuss the evolution of medical mission from his perspective. We chat about patient care, scene and flight management, time considerations, and ton of other topics. Jason is a HSAR Medic with our show sponsor, Priority 1 Air Rescue, and we are extremely happy to have them and Jaso…
 
This week, we decided to re-release a previous episode from our early days! We chatted with Dr. Steffian who is a distinguished psychologist very well versed in mental health but, more specifically, high-stress situations and candidate selection within the military's special warfare groups. He has published several peer-reviewed articles on the top…
 
This week's episode is a re-release of our conversation with Dr. Lauria. Dr. Lauria just released a great new YouTube video discussing checklists and it is well worth one's time to watch. We discussed how situational awareness pertains to the EMS provider and variety of other topics, to include his thoughts checklists and simulation training. Check…
 
Scooby and the PragMedics are back again with Part 2 of a three-part series discussing intubation. In this episode, we discuss the intubation process from medications to confirmation and everything in between. In todays episode, Scooby discusses intubation steps and thoughts in a pragmatic, logical way with tons of information. Tube in and sit back…
 
In today's episode, the PragMedics chat with Shane, a Community Paramedic, and Dr. Liao, a Medical Director, about Indianapolis EMS response to COVID. This is Aaron's last episode as a full time cohost but no worries, he is still planning on being a contributor and cohost with Scooby! This is a great episode that discusses how to effectively respon…
 
Scoobs is back again with a three-part series of I Had This Patient. Over the next three episodes, the PragMedics led by Scooby, talk about DSI and intubation. We start from resus and work our way through the cords. In todays episode, Scooby discusses pre-intubation steps and thoughts in a pragmatic, logical way with tons of information. Tune in an…
 
In this episode, The PragMedics chat/battle with the Free Radicals in an international meeting of the minds. The Free Radicals are an Australian based paramedicine podcast with critical care backgrounds. Their podcast focuses on all things paramedic and gave us the opportunity to collaborate. Listen in to hear — “Who won, who’s next, you decide.” C…
 
This week, The PragMedics chat with the world famous Medic2Medic Host Steven Cohen. A man who has produced over 200 unique episodes from his own studio. Mr. Cohen is also a paramedic with nearly 30 years experience. He’s currently in a leadership position and is the chief of Cary Area EMS. Check out his story and why he does what he does. As always…
 
In this week's episode, The PragMedics chat with Jason Segal of P1 Air Rescue. Jason is a helicopter search and rescue paramedic and educator. His background in EMS includes about everything the EMS community has to offer. He has been an oil rig medic, truck medic, and currently a HSAR Tech with one of the premier SAR companies. We discuss his expe…
 
This week, the PragMedics with Jonathon "Scooby" Friedman discuss sepsis. This is our first clinical episode. We will be offering The "I Had This Patient..." series once a month and during will discuss a variety of clinical topics. Jonathon is a critical care paramedic that recently completed a BSN program. In this episode, he discussed the treatme…
 
In this week's episode, the PragMedics sit down with a Medical Director, Dr. Miller, and Paramedic Kamryn. We chat about dynamics between the Medical Director and Paramedics. We also chat about rural EMS and some differences between rural and urban EMS. Dr. Miller has years of experience in emergency medicine and Kamryn is an experienced paramedic …
 
This week, the PragMedics chat with Dr. Mike Simpson on a variety of topics. Dr. Mike Simpson is a former Ranger, Special Forces Medic, JSOC Augmentee, and current ER physician. We discuss gear, different setup options, trauma, hypothermia prevention, and a multitude of other topics. This is an awesome conversation that has a ton of great informati…
 
PragMedics chat with Andy Fisher and Jonathon "Scooby" Friedman about two big announcements on Facebook Live! The PragMedics are adding some new content and looking to adding even more content in the future! Check it out and we are excited about where we are headed in the future! Check out Andy Fisher on Instagram at @fisherad1 and Scooby on Facebo…
 
The PragMedics sit down with Matthew Heneghan, author of the book A Medics Mind. Matt tells us about why he chose to write the book and gives an in-depth look into his life as a military medic, his transition to civilian paramedicine, and finally life beyond. It is a gripping story. However, he is a funny and articulate man whose sense of humor mad…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics sit down with Dr. Tania Glenn and discuss PTS and some treatment options for PTS. Lane Abshire also joins us and talks about some treatments that Dr. Glenn worked through with him after an incident. Dr. Glenn is a leader in PTS treatments for veterans and first responders. She has over 28 years of experience working …
 
This week, the PragMedics rerelease the sit down with Dr. Michael Lauria to discuss Situational Awareness and the EMS provider. Dr. Lauria is an accomplished provider who has volunteered as an EMT while in college, became a Pararescueman in the Air Force, then a flight paramedic with DHART, and now a current medical resident in New Mexico. We discu…
 
This week, the PragMedics sit down with Dr. Michael Lauria to discuss Situational Awareness and the EMS provider. Dr. Lauria is an accomplished provider who has volunteered as an EMT while in college, became a Pararescueman in the Air Force, then a flight paramedic with DHART, and now a current medical resident in New Mexico. We discussed how situa…
 
This week’s episode, the PragMedics chat with Eric Bauer, the paramedic who started FlightBridgeED with his wife and close friend. Eric tells the guys about how he came up through the ranks and began his world-famous company. Eric started his career like most of us, on a truck and then became a flight medic and educator. He realized that he had a p…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics sit down with flight paramedic "Boomer," who is the founder of the program and company Stay Fit 4 Duty. Boomer has an in-depth understanding of PTS and PTSD and the stressors that impact prehospital providers. He helps the PragMedics understand the differences between the different types of stressors, describes diffe…
 
In this episode, Aaron is missing his usual co-host, Jason, due to shift work. However, Mr. Will Wingfield was kind enough to come and guest host with the PragMedics. It is a diverse episode that covers various topics from several other episodes where Aaron and Will take the opportunity to chat about them. Will is a leader of flight education revie…
 
In this episode, the guys sit down with Major Andy Fisher to discuss the practical things that a paramedic might do in all things trauma. Major Fisher has an accomplished career as a Paramedic, Ranger Battalion and Regimental PA, and current medical student. We talk about best practices for best outcomes with the resources available to us regardles…
 
**Special Note: We are releasing this week’s episode a few days early to ensure everyone has time to listen and process the heart-wrenching story. This episode is a discussion with the founder of a foundation we are passionate about at PragMedics. David Hughes tells a story about a series of errors that resulted in the death of his son and some of …
 
In this episode, the PragMedics talk with HEMS Paramedic Lane Abshire about CVAS, CRM, and PTSD. The boys are lucky to have special guest host Chris Sharpe around to advise on matters such as resource management and, furthermore, introduce them to Lane, who, with teamwork, was able to get him and his crew out of crisis mid-air on a reasonably strai…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics chat with their friend Chris “Razor” Sharpe. Chris is a man who has seen the world and experienced over 30,000 flight hours and has accumulated 6,000 rescues. He is currently a resident of Guatemala and owner of Black Wolf Consultants, a HEMS, SAR, and SPEC Op helicopter company. As mentioned previously, “Razor” is a…
 
PragMedics interview a distinguished psychologist very well versed in mental health but, more specifically, high-stress situations and candidate selection within the military's special warfare groups. He has published several peer-reviewed articles on the topic, and we ask him the down and dirty about how stress impacts us as EMS and paramedic prof…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Tammie Bullard, the author of the book “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.” Tammie is a fascinating person, a great writer, and an awesome but also "good" paramedic. Tammie works in Western Australia as a medic. We discuss what we enjoyed most about the book, to include some thoughts on introspection and the BLUF. We…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics discuss "A 1000 Naked Strangers" with acclaimed author and former paramedic Kevin Hazzard. We present a multitude of topics in EMS to include some of the calls he took during his career, his thoughts on the EMS profession, and a recent article that illustrates the history of EMS about one of the first paramedic syste…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics follow-up their interview with Chris Adams of the Field Medics by discussing methodological approaches and other nuanced skills that apply directly to education, training, and understanding how communication affects how paramedics treat patients. As always, thank you to our listeners, our Guest Chris Adams, and many …
 
In this episode of the Being a Better Medic Series, the PragMedics play a blog that Aaron wrote but performed by Matthew Heneghan, the author of A Medics Mind. After listening to the piece, the guys discuss PTS and PTSD as it relates to EMS and provides insight and potential outlets for those living with this. Thanks to the Code Green Campaign for …
 
On this episode, we welcome Danny Kelly, who is a flight paramedic, but before that, he was a street paramedic. Like many of us decided he wanted to take to the friendly skies to treat the sickest of the sick. A native of Indiana, Danny, and Aaron have several things in common; they are both paramedics and worked at what is now known as Indianapoli…
 
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