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Old 10-08-2013, 08:14 PM   #1321
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Anyone also a first responder? I am and feel that when I am in my first responder role I got to dumb myself down from being a paramedic. I still am trying to adjust to this. I am not trying to be a para-god, but it seems like people that work with me as 1st responders are now intimidated by me and that if I notice a mistake or have comments on something I can't really say anything because then I am being sort of stuck up.
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Old 10-15-2013, 07:18 PM   #1322
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Hows the job outlook in western Canada. This is aimed at you Krazie
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Depends. Industrial? Plenty. Jobs everywhere. With Healthcare? Takes a while to get into. Since AHS is taking over, you essentially get on casual and work your ass off to try and get a full time gig. That's what I had to do, and it's the standard OP now.
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Old 10-16-2013, 11:12 AM   #1324
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Depends. Industrial? Plenty. Jobs everywhere. With Healthcare? Takes a while to get into. Since AHS is taking over, you essentially get on casual and work your ass off to try and get a full time gig. That's what I had to do, and it's the standard OP now.
Right on I am with an industrial company right now here but there is no work. and I have to wait till the next hiring process to apply for the provincial service which I heard is next spring. Need to look at my options elsewhere. Any tips for this green PCP??
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Make sure you have your paper work and crap in order including your drivers license. I dunno if you have or will get a GDL once you get to Alberta. But winter is starting and the season is vamping up.

IPS is the biggest company here thus far. Other companies pay more, but they have all the contracts and thus more work.
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Old 10-18-2013, 05:33 PM   #1326
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Make sure you have your paper work and crap in order including your drivers license. I dunno if you have or will get a GDL once you get to Alberta. But winter is starting and the season is vamping up.

IPS is the biggest company here thus far. Other companies pay more, but they have all the contracts and thus more work.
Thanks, I was on the IPS website and there was an opening for an EMT-A. I know EMT-P is equivalent to ACP, but what level is EMT-A?
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Old 10-18-2013, 05:50 PM   #1327
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Fuck flu season. It has to be the worst time of year. Ran 16 calls yesterday (did a double) 10 straight calls were "I have a fever"

Common sense peeps. Its nothing new
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Old 10-18-2013, 06:02 PM   #1328
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Fuck flu season. It has to be the worst time of year. Ran 16 calls yesterday (did a double) 10 straight calls were "I have a fever"

Common sense peeps. Its nothing new
back on preceptorship had 3 weeks of nonstop N/V calls. On a side note I really need a job so I have more stories than "back on preceptorship...".
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Thanks, I was on the IPS website and there was an opening for an EMT-A. I know EMT-P is equivalent to ACP, but what level is EMT-A?
PCP.

While in Alberta unless your equivalency is that of an ACP, do NOT call yourself a paramedic. You will be shit on, and you will have a very hard time of it.
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What you can expect from making a living on an ambulance

1 You'll find it hard to start relationships because alone time will become a precious thing.

2 Your sense of humor will degrade into the politically incorrect and socially unacceptable

3 You'll eventually start swearing like a sailor and you won't even notice yourself doing it.

4 You'll turn into an anorak/monomaniac and always turn all conversations back EMS

5 You'll earn a pittance for years/decades.

6 You'll either lose a vast amount of weight or gain a vast amount of weight.

7 You'll never ever have a tan ever again. (Unless you buy it)

8 You won't become famous.

9 You'll develop a habit, whether it be coffee, cigarettes, alcohol, gambling, or even red bull.

10 Your feet will get destroyed.

11 Your back will get destroyed.

12 Your hands will get destroyed.

13 You'll live in a constant state of sleep deprivation, indefinitely.

14 You'll have to ask your friends to plan everything around your schedule, which is in complete opposition with their availability, because you never know your days off in advance and you probably won't be able to change it....and you are an hour whore to make ends meet.

15 You'll become jaded to the ability of people to tell the truth

16 You'll become more prone to temper flare ups

17 Your awareness of other people's lack of efficiency and common sense will increase and your tolerance of it will decrease.

18 You'll spend the largest part of your life cooped up in a small, undecorated truck or station with crappy air conditioning, poor heat and a small group of people who will become your only social interactions.

19 You will work longer hours than you ever imagined possible or thought legal.

20 Your shortest work days will be longer than most people's longest, and your longer workdays, which make up about half of your working week, will be longer than the average person is awake in a day.

21 You will probably start eating mostly fast food and cheap instant noodles.

22 You will be the subject of abuse, whether physical or emotional. Officially, it will be as a test of character. In reality, it will be as a form of entertainment.

23 You will end up spending so much time at work that your colleagues will know you better than your spouse/family/friends do.

24 You will meet and form strong bonds with types of people whom you'd previously never even have imagined sharing conversations with.

25 You will be in a constant state of stress.

26 You will never be irreplaceable and will be expected to constantly give 110%.

27 You will always be exhausted.

28 You will not be allowed to call in sick for a hangover.

29 You will be expected to place your work before any other part of your life in your list of priorities.

30 You will never be congratulated on your work.

31 You will be expected to treat your superiors as absolute masters and never answer back, try to explain yourself, start a conversation, or show any other type of insubordination, even if you know that they are in the wrong or feel as if their behavior towards you is unacceptable.

32 You will be expected to trot out "worst call ever" stories at every family gathering...EVER.

33 At least one year out of two, and maybe every year, you will work Christmas, New Year's Eve, Easter, Valentine's day, Mother's day, Father's day, bank holidays, Halloween, your birthday, and pretty much every other day of celebration on the calendar.

34You will make mistakes, and every time you do make a mistake, someone will notice it and make you understand that you are clearly a subhuman because only a subhuman could make such a mistake.

35 If you are a woman, you will constantly be the subject of misogynist remarks and jokes,sexual harassment, belittlement and remarks about your menstrual cycle.

36 None of your friends or family will understand what is involved in your work and you will never be able to make them understand.

37 You will spend vast amounts of money on equipment, books, and training which will leave you with not much money for other things.

38 You will develop a creepy obsession with needles.

39 If you are a Basic, you will develop a creepy obsession with Trauma Scissors

40 If you are the right type of person, you will thank your lucky star every single day for the rest of your life for making you take the best decision you ever did and become an EMT or Paramedic And you will fall in love with your job and never look back.

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Old 11-18-2013, 06:13 PM   #1332
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Cooking at the station.

The station I did my preceptorship at was looking at making a deck in back and getting a grill and a patio set and what not. Dont worry wasnt gonna be with company money or anything.
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thats pretty awesome...
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Old 11-27-2013, 06:02 PM   #1334
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You have a hypoglycemic pt presenting with stroke like symptoms do you push D50 or no?
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Our protocols say to treat a suspected cva pt for hypoglycemia if their bgl is below 50mg/dl
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You have a hypoglycemic pt presenting with stroke like symptoms do you push D50 or no?
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Our protocols say to treat a suspected cva pt for hypoglycemia if their bgl is below 50mg/dl
Same here
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Treat the hypoglycemia first. Some differential diagnosis skills should tell you pretty quickly what you have.
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Old 11-27-2013, 07:00 PM   #1338
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Reason I ask is that the drug profiles I was given while in school said that a stroke was a contraindication, and while looking at different protocols it said bgl under 80(U.S.) and under 4(Canada) to give d50. Just goes to show that you don't learn everything in school I suppose.
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Reason I ask is that the drug profiles I was given while in school said that a stroke was a contraindication, and while looking at different protocols it said bgl under 80(U.S.) and under 4(Canada) to give d50. Just goes to show that you don't learn everything in school I suppose.
I've always believed that you learn a base in school and learn more while on the job. I wouldn't give the D50 orally but can hurt to give it IV
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I've always believed that you learn a base in school and learn more while on the job.
I believe that also, but sometimes I need that little reminder
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