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MedicCast Audio Podcast for EMT Paramedics and EMS Students

By Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, RN, NREMTP, BA, AAS

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Description

This is the Mediccast, an EMS Audio podcast for EMT's, Paramedics, and other emergency medical professionals. The podcast covers news and commentary, NREMT & field tips and tricks, and much more. Check out the studio video version of the show also available here on iTunes. Visit our website at MedicCast.com/blog for more EMS news and tips.

Customer Reviews

MedicCast podcast review

An excellent podcast full of great information whether your a basic or a paramedic!

"Turning into a commercial": I completely agree

This is some years after the DocJosh review, but if anything the commercial-heavy nature of this podcast has gotten even worse, and I've unsubscribed also. At the beginning of one segment: 6 minutes of back-to-back ads, largely obnoxious. (iPods need a 30-second jump forward function as well as 30-second jump back.) Yes, I can bypass the ads with enough fiddling, but not if my hands are wet while doing the dishes, for example. Good content in the shows, but the package has gotten polluted, up there with the worst advertising excesses of broadcast TV. I also notice the websites have made it almost impossible to give feedback such as this. There's no standard Contact Us link, only an Advertise with Us. That figures.

Good info, but stop the advertisements

This is a great source of information to keep you thinking on calls and stay sharp. The downside is having half the episode be one long commercial or advertisement. Please, get to the point! Ads should be 1 minute, max. Then, talk EMS.

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