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Paramedic Course Listing

CohortStart DateEnd DateLab LocationFormatEnrollment FeeTuitionRegional FeeTotal CostScheduleNovember 202111/22/202110/9/2022Florida (Tampa Bay)Hybrid1506,2001,5007,850Click HereDecember 202112/13/202110/23/2022Texas (East)Online1506,2005006,850Click Here*Course pricing does not include NREMT testing fees, books, cost of required vaccines. Please reference our institutional catalog for more...

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EMT Course Listing

CohortStart DateEnd DateLab LocationFormatEnrollment FeeTuitionRegional FeeTotal CostScheduleDecember 202112/27/20215/8/2022Florida (Tampa Bay)Hybrid1508004501400Click Here*Course pricing does not include NREMT testing fees, books, cost of required vaccines. Please reference our institutional catalog for more details. **** 2022 Class Schedules Coming Soon ****

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SOE at UT Tyler Pre-Med Conference

Our Director of Operations Tony Cambone was featured in a pre-med conference at UT Tyler speaking with students about the culture of EMS, EMS education, and School of EMS. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held in a virtual setting.

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Online Paramedic Education: Does It Really Work?

Online Paramedic Education: Does It Really Work?

Online education is not new, but it has been slow to be embraced by vocational training schools, especially for the Fire and EMS industry. Students enroll in online school for the increased flexibility and cost savings offered by doing coursework at home - or the station! So how can such a hands-on discipline successfully be taught from miles away without the instructor and student in the same...

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Test-taking 101

In this issue: Scenario Questions "It was a dark and stormy night. The current temp is 60 degrees. You've been sleeping all night until the tones go off. You drive approximately 15 minutes and arrive at a well-kept two-story ranch style house with a cat sleeping on the porch. The patient has a history of diabetes and takes insulin. The husband is a military veteran and is concerned that his wife...

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Research Review

In this issue: Likelihood of Bystander CPR in Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Author: Lee Van Vleet, MHS, NRP Associate Authors: Bradley Baggett, BS, NRP, FP-C; April Elmore, NRP; Michael Ross, BS, NRP, CCEMTP; Melisa Martin, EdD(c), Paramedic This article was a retrospective observational study, meaning it reviewed data that already existed and tried to find a pattern or otherwise measure something....

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