The app would contain questions involving all levels of EMS (basic, aemt, paramedic, first responder (maybe?)) where you could test your knowledge against friends. More than likely it would consists of a free version (ads) and a paid version (no ads).
But here's the controversial part. I like...
That's a good point but iTriage is an app for regular people, not EMS professionals. It's function more or less consists of a single symptom picker and then displays a 100 different things it could be followed by "go to the hospital". I was thinking more along the lines of an app specifically...
So I'm in the middle of exploring new potential EMS app ideas for android and iOS. At the moment I'm contemplating the idea of an EMS specified quick and easy to use differential diagnosis finder app.
My idea so far would be the following:
1. A start screen that displays the most common chief...
An AAS is nice, but most companies typically only care that you have a license and then go by experience. But with your background it may be easy to obtain since you more than likely have a lot of the core classes knocked out. Good luck! This is a great field.
As an EMT very little. Know common since math such as multiplying by 2 to assess a heart rate. As a paramedic a little more complicated with med math but you don't have to worry about any calculus or anything. If you put the time into learning it, it's easy.
If you're looking for a good emt app for the NREMT try EMT Study, it's the most current and only a buck. Only for iphone at the moment though.