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Below are the 10 most recent journal entries recorded in Canadian Emergency Medical Personnel's LiveJournal:

Tuesday, May 8th, 2007
7:00 pm
A written but never filmed episode script of the TV show Emergency now airing..
I'm producing an actual written but never filmed Emergency TV show episode
by Michael Donovan.

Come read along as we complete it with music and images..


Enter User ID : efan Password: frontrowseat

Patti :)
Monday, April 23rd, 2007
5:10 pm
New here.. NREMT-B from the U.S.

Just found this group.

I'm an NREMT-B in Minnesota.

I write stories and run a website where paramedics
and firefighters working in the field write new episodes of
Emergency along with fans of the series. I'm a host there.

If you'd like to read some of these, go here.

Kinda nice finding a community devoted to the field.
I hope to meet more of you real soon.


Emergency Theater Live
Wednesday, April 18th, 2007
10:59 am
Echocardiogram (ultrasound) of a human heart during actual resuscitation.


Current Mood: bouncy
Friday, December 15th, 2006
4:43 pm
Thanking Doctors and Nurses
Be able to thank a Doctor...

I don't personally have a disability, but my younger brother was raised with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA). There were so many doctors along the way that helped him succeed, helped him to walk, to live a normal live. These doctors went far above and beyond the call of duty.

This holiday season, thank a medical professional that has touched someone's life in a special way.. Visit www.hero.md to tell your story and thank someone today.

Check out this site to say THANKS!
Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
12:26 am
Paramedic Programs in Ontario
Hi everyone,

I am interested in applying to a paramedic program (most likely in Ontario), and I have heard various things about the driving requirements needed. I've heard that for some programs you need your full G before starting, and for others as long as you have your F class before second year starts, you're OK.

Anyone have any insight on this?

Saturday, October 7th, 2006
1:11 pm
Bad Roads for Emergency Response
Image that you had to respond to a Delta/Priority 4/Life Threathening call with roads like this?

Russian Federal Highways


Current Mood: content
Tuesday, August 1st, 2006
9:04 am
Just an introduction. I'm an industrial FA in BC. I'm currently self employed as an OHS consultant and trainer, but have been interested in becoming a paramedic for several years. I don't get to practice FA at my "real" job very much anymore, but I volunteer at several events throughout the year. I've also worked on a privately owned stable patient transfer ambulance.....well it was more like a large mini-van that pretended to be an ambulance. But that's a weird and wacky tale for another day. I've been on a ride along and worked with some great paramedics at some of my volunteer gigs. After doing all sorts of other things, everything just seems to keep coming back around to ems for for me. So I'm currently getting my butt in gear to apply to the JI here and take the PCP program. Guess you gotta do what you love, instead of whats "responsible".

Current Mood: thirsty
Friday, February 24th, 2006
1:00 am
Hi everybody, I'm Heather, just found this community and think it's a great idea! I'm not sure yet if I want to be a paramedic or a nurse or what, I'm currently a pharmacy tech but so far the part of my job I enjoy most is doing first aid and we don't get to do that much! Anyways, was just wondering, were you guys at all squeamish when you first started your training or work? I always thought I was but lately I've been around a lot of messy injuries and needles and I'm starting to think that maybe I'll get over the squeamishness if I'm around it more. Any thoughts?
Saturday, January 7th, 2006
12:20 am
Invitation to TalkEMS

My name is Matthew Carter (EMT) and I've created a website for EMS
Professionals to discuss matters related to emergency medical services.

I would like to you invite you to join this new community and and meet
other everyday hero's like yourself from around the world. It costs
nothing and is simply a place to talk, meet people and have fun.

The address is http://www.talkems.com , and I hope to see you soon.

Be safe,

Current Mood: cheerful
Friday, December 30th, 2005
7:23 pm
Welcome to the Candian EMS Community

I created this community as a link to all members of a Canadian EMS Service to sit and chat about anything they want.

This invitation extends to all levels of personnel from student to Medical Director of a paid or volunteer service or those who are still in college wishing to become a paramedic.


Current Mood: good
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