Dental jobs plus strong work ethic is defined by your attitude & actions…
Wish some people who understand this!
keep your heels, head & standards high! Coco Chanel
Am I a burn out? I’ve been reading many articles on occupational stress injuries, PTSD and stress in the work place. A few of these articles stated the work place environment (office politics) is a major cause of stress for first responders and in some cases first responders stated office politics as being more stressful than attending emergency calls. Is it possible that our workplace can be more stressful to us than attending life and death emergency calls? When I was a new medic I would…
Where I’m from the average career span for a paramedic is 7 years. At that point we usually move on to something else in a similar field or take advantage of the many doors that have opened up for us. Many of us just quit and move onto something completely different. I’ve been a paramedic for 14 years and looking back on my time I’ve noticed I’ve gone through distinct stages as I’ve moved through the years. As a new graduate medic I had a huge sense of accomplishment and along with that…
This one is for my EMS Sisters. Some nights we take any chance to take a little breather and debrief ourselves on the calls we've done. Although most of us are very confident we're our very worst critics when it comes to our work.
Nurse humor. Doctor's stethoscope.
Paramedic-Minion... OK, I did that. The truth is, the pain, death and "adventures" weren't usually funny.
Relevant for me in a way, instead of calling an ambulance, you walk into the office...or ask for an appointment two weeks from now.