One Year Down...

Paramedicine 101 was started by me about one year ago. Initially, I didn't know what would come of it, or what I wanted to come of it. As I browsed many other EMS blogs, I realized I wanted to provide something educational. Information probably not taught in most paramedic schools. Information that a brand new, and a very experienced prehospital provider would both appreciate. Most importantly, I wanted to provide evidence-based information; something funny or opinionated from time to time, as well. I soon realized that I am not the bearer of all this information. I quickly recruited well known, and respected bloggers who I thought might help carry the load, and boy have they. The blog has become a regular read by many, and even though I have been extremely busy with other projects, my cohorts have done a good job providing new posts. There are many contributers, some who post more than others, but all are very appreciated. I also continue to welcome new contributors.

All-in-all, I have to say that I am very pleased with the paramedicine 101 blog. I hope to become as productive as I once was with it shortly. Please, until then, read through the archived posts. There has been a myriad of information covered so far, and much more to come.

Happy Birthday Paramedicine 101

Thanks for stopping by,

Adam Thompson, EMT-P


Geoff said...

Thanks for all the great information you provide, I've been following the site for about 4-5 months since discovering it. Keep up the great work.

Adam Thompson, EMT-P said...

Why thank you. Feel free to chime in on other posts in the future. The feedback really does motivate us to write more.

Anonymous said...

Congrats on one year ! Some great information on your blog. Keep up the good work, but PLEASE use a spell checker !

Bearer not 'barer'
Contributor not 'contributer'

Adam Thompson, EMT-P said...

I'm afraid my spell checker didn't pick up on those typos. I will promptly fix these errors to allow for an easier read.