About The Disaster Podcast
The Disaster Podcast is a weekly audio production created through a partnership between Paragon Medical Education Group and MedicCast Productions.
About Host Jamie Davis, the Podmedic
Jamie Davis, RN, EMT-P, B.A., A.S., host of the MedicCast and Nursing Show is a nationally recognized medical educator who began educating new emergency responders as a training officer for his local EMS program. As a media producer, he has been recognized for the MedicCast Podcast, a weekly program for emergency medical providers like EMTs and paramedics, and the Nursing Show, a similar program for nurses and nursing students. His programs and resources have been downloaded over 2 million times by listeners and viewers.
Jamie speaks nationally on health care, technology, and education and is an advocate for integrating podcasting and media creation in schools at all levels. He has spoken at the Podcast and New Media Expo, been a featured faculty member of the Podcast Secrets course, and has been invited to speak and MC at medical conferences and expos around the world.
Jamie is also the managing director of the ProMed Network, a collection of the best and brightest independent medical podcasters and new media creators currently available online. The network now comprises over 30 independently produced programs for medical and health care professionals at all levels. These trusted resources for high quality medical education and information reach over 500,000 downloads to medical professionals every month.
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3 Replies to “About The Disaster Podcast”
I think it is real important to be prepared based on past events and lessons learned. Half the emergency responders in the field were in high school on 9/11. Learning from people who know like Sam Bradley, Jim Logan and myself are the best ways to learn lessons that are too expensive to be repeated. word. You should read The Downwind Walk, available at Amazon.com
Thanks for your comment Steve!
Steven didn’t mention we was working at FDNY the day of 9/11 and that he authored the book, “Downwind Walk” about the experiences of the EMS people that day. This man more than most knows about disaster. You can link to his site, “Paramedic Mastery” by hitting his name under “Recent Comments” on the right. Thanks for spreading the word, by friend. – Sam