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EMSchick411

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About EMSchick411

  • Birthday 05/02/1984

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    Female
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    Burleson TX

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    Paramedic Student
  1. I am grateful for the opportunity to work at my own pace in a comfortable setting, considering I am the cliche single mom with a part time job, etc. ...But I do feel at times like I am just memorizing words and not absorbing the whole idea. I do well on chapter work, but when it comes to tests I feel lost and too often I just barely get by. A&P has been the longest and hardest chapter by far, and I relied solely on Google and Youtube videos to get me through that one. I have finally moved on which is a relief, but the biggest challenge is being disciplined enough to set aside X amount o
  2. Yes, it exists. It is through a website called Trainingdivision.com. 80% of the course is done online at your own pace, and at the end of each semester, students are required to attend a 7 day hands-on skills class at the training center in Crowley, TX. After passing all the exams, we are then required to do the same amount of clinical rotations as any other program. Same books, same information, I am just presented with more of a challenge because I am basically teaching myself. This is a national program and students from all over the country travel to TX to complete the hands-on portio
  3. Hello again... I have been a stranger to this site since July and never really became an active member, but I would like to change that! I am a certified EMT-B but have yet to start working in the medical field. Against all logical advice, I have decided to push forward and continue with paramedic training despite my lack of experience. I am about a quarter of the way through and I admit it has been a huge challenge as well as a struggle at times, most likely because I have chosen to take the course solely online. I am fighting the odds here, but I am determined to become an excellent p
  4. Hey girl! Wow, already posting? That's awesome! But really ballsy..ovaralie (?)

    It's good to have you. I look forward to learning from you..give a shout if I can help in any way.

  5. Thanks for the welcome replies everyone....Glad to be here
  6. Hi everyone! I am a 27 year old female EMT, just starting my paramedic course. Other than my EMT training, I have no prior EMS experience, and my current job is nowhere near the medical profession. I am slowly trying to make the transition and get to where I want to be, and it would be helpful to surround myself with fellow EMS providers who can share their experiences since I have none of my own as of yet. I look forward to talking with some of you and becoming more confident in my chosen career path. : )
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