Here’s some rules for posting content, comments, and listening to the show:

  1. My Site, My Rules.
  2. The information I present is for general knowledge purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers, and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction. If you do something different, share it back with the MedicCast listeners.
  3. Keep it clean! (Hey! My kids read this.)
  4. It’s ok to disagree as long as you’re respectful about it.
  5. I reserve the right to allow or disallow any posts, comments, or threads as I see fit. (see rule 1)

Privacy:

I will not share or purposefully allow to be shared any personal, confidential, or identifiable listener, viewer, reader or patient information on this site. Links to other social media sites are governed by the rules and policies of those sites when you link out to your pages there from the MedicCast blog.

Please remember that the information you share in comments or articles here on the MedicCast blog becomes the non-exclusive property of the MedicCast site and may be used in promotion or shared in other forums with community members.

If you ever have a concern about a privacy issue or want a specific answer, please contact me using the information below.

Contact Information:

You can contact me by email at podmedic@mac.com

Call the Voicemail Line at (941) 306-3342

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About the MedicCast Podcast:

The MedicCast is a podcast for EMT’s, Paramedics, and other medical professionals. The podcast covers news and commentary, tips and tricks, and much more. It can be an excellent tool to help with classroom or online emt and paramedic school training and continuing education. With my list of Meds of the Week, this is a good start for your online EMS Drug Guide. Check out the list of the Tip of the Week for tricks of the trade to help you in the field.


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Thanks to all of you for your nominations to the Podcast Awards fornom-vote300-300.jpg this year. The MedicCast was selected by the panel over hundreds of others to be one of the Finalists for the Health and Fitness category which is an honor in and of itself. I’d also like to thank Stacey Leung, who helped design the site and wordpress theme, for all of her hard work. Site design was considered in the review process.

Thanks for your support!

Jamie

The Podmedic

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About Host Jamie Davis, the Podmedic

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAJamie 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.

More info about me here:Podmedic Site

You can also email me at podmedic@mac.com

Voicemail Line — (941) 306-3342 (that’s 941-30-MEDIC)

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About Podcasting:

Check out the Podcast 411 tutorials for great info for both podcasters and listeners.

A few things to remember:

  1. You don’t need an iPod or other mp3 player to listen.
  2. Any computer with an internet connection and a web browser can check out podcasts.
  3. There are several free RSS (really simple syndication) Readers that will allow you to subscribe to your favorite podcasts, news, and websites so that you never miss any episodes, articles, or posts.
  4. One I Recommend: Juice (formerly iPodder) a RSS reader that is free and works with both Macs and PC’s.

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