ChartFlow.io, a leader in healthcare education software, is launching a package of low-cost and free materials for EMS schools, training facilities, and students.
We're currently looking for a qualified Paramedic, ER physician, EMS director, or EMS instructor to help us review our newly written BLS medication/pharmacy guide and we would be honored if you would help us!
The main reviewer will get 25 free physical guides for your students/classroom, your name and title on a "Reviewed by" page (unless you don't want to be included by name/title, we're also happy to include a bio for you if you'd like) and lifetime access to our associated teaching materials, digital Run Report for you and your students, and example lesson plans.
We're also happy to feature you and your work/EMS program on our newly developed blog as well as our launch email which will be sent to EMT instructors and programs.
What is it?
This guide will be a small cell-phone size manual that includes the most common medications used across the United States at the EMT-B, EMT-IV, and standard AEMT level. The medications are chosen based on NREMT guidelines and local protocol, including about 15 oral medications, oxygen, and about 5 IV/IO medications (for the AEMT level).
The guide covers vital information like drug names, side effects, contraindications, common uses and general dosage guidelines. We've also included basics like the "Rights" of medication administration and how to handle an oxygen tank. This guide will be available digitally and physically with associated flashcards.
For educators, we’ve uploaded all medications from the guide into our academic electronic charting system and will be creating easy lesson plans for EMT-B instructors to use our digital run sheets as a starting point for patient scenarios.
How to help?
If you're interested in helping us finalize this project, we currently have a draft of 20 pages (finished) that needs to be reviewed for accuracy and medical/terminology typos. We have a standard Editor available, but we're looking for more "peer review" help to verify the accuracy of the guide and to get a second opinion before sharing it with students around the country.
You can click here to review our BLS Provider Pharmacology and Medication Guide
If you’re interested in helping, you can email us at: email@example.com