it looks like it'll be a lot of fun. I will have resources here that can help me with material I don't understand as well, which will be nice.Enjoy. Derek and all the others are awesome.
I'm curious what you think of the exam. I'm looking at taking it. What did you use to study?Working on that professional development. Taking the CHSE exam this week and the C-CP exam next month. I don’t plan on ever working as a community paramedic, but my organization is very involved in MIH/CP and they asked if I would get the cert.
I have a Community Paramedic cert from the university I got my bachelor's at. Just have no idea if I'm actually prepared to take that exam. And it's not an inexpensive exam.C-CP? I took the Community Paramedic prep course at Columbia southern and have the textbook. There needs to be a practice exam, but there’s not a good resource.
It is, the in person portion was really cool. And yes, you will spend a lot of time with lectures. It was like being back in college to a degree.it looks like it'll be a lot of fun. I will have resources here that can help me with material I don't understand as well, which will be nice.
and thanks! I need to order some books. I'm preparing for a LOT of time on Zoom too. lol.
I think this a Fauci-driven approach. He probably has invested in Canine-Covid Detection.BOSTON (AP) — Two dogs trained to detect an odor distinct to people who are sick with COVID-19 will visit three school districts in Bristol County this week. A black Labrador named Huntah and a golden Lab called Duke can detect the smell of the virus on surfaces and will sit to indicate when...apnews.com
So we've stooped to using dogs to detect people who have Covid?