Don't take a chance. Pass the test

Don't take a chance.  Pass the test.

Don't take a chance.  Pass the test.

Don't take a chance.  Pass the test.

Don't take a chance.  Pass the test.

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You have worked hard in class but you won’t get certified or licensed unless you pass the test. We are committed to help you in your quest to pass the test and become an EMS provider.

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The EMS Classroom

The EMS Classroom is a blog for students in EMS classes at any level. The blog will discuss everything from tips and tricks to current issues in EMS to clinical topics. Your input is always welcome…and maybe your instructor will stop by too.  Subscribe to our blog RSS Feed.

Submitted by: Dan
Thu, 08/14/2014 - 11:55

After so many years in EMS and law enforcement it is difficult to pick my “worst call.” If I were to do this, it would be the suicide of a 19-year old man in his home. Of course this post stems from the suicide of Robin Williams. From my experience, investigating and responding to at least 100 suicides, I’d like to share a few things I have learned about suicide.

Submitted by: Dan
Mon, 07/21/2014 - 10:54

Although oxygen administration concepts changed with the 2010 AHA guidelines, EMS has been (very) slow in implementation. In the various videos Limmer Creative puts up on our YouTube channel and other social media sites, the most common comment is from viewers who believe our recommendations in reference to oxygen administration are “wrong.”

Submitted by: Stephanie
Mon, 05/05/2014 - 14:36

The following 10 things are tips we learned about the NREMT exam from working with Bill Brown so closely on the app. It is our belief that these tips—and the EMT PASS™ app—will help you succeed on the NREMT!

Submitted by: Stephanie
Fri, 04/04/2014 - 13:22

We always invite user feedback - we love it as a matter of a fact! We recently did a trial of EMT PASS with a company in the military in exchange for their comments, suggestions and ideas. As a result of that trial we heard that often 120 questions is too long to go without feedback on whether you got the question right or wrong. They told us they wanted to know the answer after each question and get the benefit of the debrief rationale right then and there.

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