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  1. this was a rough copy. i submit final copy this week. i am still making changes. i got 20/20 for the rought copy. i will post final fopy here before i submit. it must be 1 1/2 pages double spaced apa format. assignment rrequirments are as followed: During Weeks 10 and 11 you will write a career paper using the writing process and following APA style. This week, you will write the first draft. Your paper should: Present information on the career of your choice Be at least one and a half pages long, double spaced. (Title page and references page do not count in your page total.) Include the following information: Educational requirements including: minimum education, continuing education requirements such as those required to maintain certification, and the benefits of advanced education Salary expectations Work-place description Personal characteristics needed to be successful in the position Prospects for growth in the position Prospects for growth of the career field Your first draft paper must include the following items, and all elements must be formatted according to APA: Title page Introductory paragraph that includes a thesis statement Body paragraphs (A minimum of three paragraphs is needed to answer the above questions) Concluding paragraph At least three sources In-text citations References list – use the title "References" i am still working on it so expecct a final copy sometime friday
  2. PARAMEDICS Brandon Bauer Everest University Paramedics A paramedic is the highest level of EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) certification. A paramedic is trained and certified to perform advanced life support (ALS), which includes administering IV fluids, injections, medications and performing advanced respiratory procedures. A paramedic also performs many of the same functions as a basic EMT, such as treating wounds, performing CPR, delivering babies, and performing patient assessments Many Paramedics operate out of a rescue station. Some operate out of hospitals. Rescue stations have beds and shower facilities. Paramedics are required to take many classes to complete their certification. These classes include training in trauma, respiratory management, patient assessment and cardiac emergencies. The certification is valid in PA for 2 years. There is no college education required in the United States. The expected salary for a typical Paramedic in the United States is $38,300. This can increase depending on length of service with a company and or other certifications. Paramedics must be able to work in high pressure situations, be able to make life changing decisions, and have excellent communication skills. There is plenty of room to grow in EMS (Emergency Medical Services). Paramedics can become part of a flight service or work in a hospital.
  3. i tried to attach the file but it wont let me any ideal how i can post it. its a word doc.
  4. sure ill post final next week as thats when its due this week is rough draft. thanks for the intrest
  5. anyone else have anything to add before i put this report together? the more info i have the better
  6. I have to write a career paper for school. I have chosen the career as a Paramedic and need some information. Can anyone help with the following questions? Educational requirements including: minimum education, continuing education requirements such as those required to maintain certification, and the benefits of advanced education Salary expectations Work-place description Personal characteristics needed to be successful in the position Prospects for growth in the position Prospects for growth of the career field Thanks
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