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Online Learning: Do You Have Time?

Time management and organization are the keys to success when it comes to online learning. One way to achieve more effective time management skills is to create a personalized “to-do” list for yourself.  Below are some helpful tips to get you started:

Why Can't Military Medics Practice Per Civilian State EMS Requirements?

One of the trials for civilian EMS agencies is determining how military training and the experience that those medics possess correspond to the civilian state EMS requirements.  

How to Advance Your Career as a Paramedic: Increase Your Value and Your Salary

Advancement as a paramedic, just like time, stands still for no person. If you are not preparing now for your future, you are, in reality, moving backward as others pass you by! Regardless of the career that you choose, it’s imperative that you continue growing, improving and advancing. Nowhere is that more true than in the field of pre-hospital emergency medicine.

EMS Degree Program Spring Poster Presentations

EKU Emergency Medical Services students took part in a poster presentation as their final project for the Spring 2015 term. In this photo, Dr. Sandy Hunter, who teaches in the EKU Online emergency medical services degree program and the on-campus program, discusses research findings with a student. 

EMS Degree Allows Graduate to Make a Difference in the South Pacific

What are your career options with an emergency medical care degree? Earning an EMS degree from Eastern Kentucky University started Miles Owen on a career path that makes a difference.

EKU Announces Online Degree Programs in Emergency Medical Services

The Emergency Medical Care Program at Eastern Kentucky University will launch two 100% online degree options in Fall 2015.