|About the book|
Paramedic instructors, you will be stunned by the resources that support this text. The student and instructor ancillaries McGraw-Hill has developed offer a full range of features to accommodate various teaching and learning styles. The materials speak to the structure needed for the left brain to organize new information and are visually appealing to the right brain. If you are a traditional lecturer, you will find it easy to use the lesson plans and slides. If you are a nontraditional instructor, you will find alternative slides and active learning exercises to complement each lesson. We are confident that the depth and variety of these tools will support you in producing the best prepared graduates.
|About the author|
Will Chapleau EMT-P-RN TNS is the Manager of the Advanced Trauma Life Support program for the American College of Surgeons. He has been a Paramedic for over 30 years, a Trauma Nurse Specialist for 18 years and an EMS Educator for over 20 years. He has worked in the field as a paramedic/firefighter with over 13 years fire service experience including 6 years as Chief of Chicago Heights Fire Department. His nursing experience includes Trauma, Emergency Services and Intensive Care service. He has also coordinated college and hospital Basic and advanced Primary and secondary educational programs. He serves on the board of directors of the national Association of EMTs and has been the Chairman of the PreHospital Trauma Life Support Division since 1996. He also serves on the board of Directors of the National Association of EMS Educators and the Society of Trauma Nurses. He has also served as the Administrative Division Chair of The National Association of EMS Physicians. He has published several texts and numerous articles on EMS and Emergency Services and has lectured all over the world.