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Intermediate Class

Phil Hoffman phoffman at charlevoixmfg.com
Mon Oct 17 03:44:03 BST 2005


First, I would suggest that they check their spelling and grammar...  :)

But, most importantly, they need to learn to treat every patient as if that
patient were the provider's closest relative.

Phil Hoffman

||-----Original Message-----
||From: Roger Ekins [mailto:remt14 at msn.com] 
||Sent: Sunday, October 16, 2005 10:29 PM
||To: Trauma & Critical Care mailing list
||Subject: Intermediate Class
||Hello, I am Roger and I will be starting a EMT Intermediate 
||class.  Every time I begin a class and think of the 
||responsabily that I feel to 
||teach each student how to become a great EMT.  So I was 
||thinking of each of you and you vast expertise. I would like 
||to pose a Question to each of you.   That question is?   If 
||you were teaching this class what would be the most important 
||thing that you would want to teach each student?
||Roger Ekins
||REMT Medical Training
||trauma-list : TRAUMA.ORG
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