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Take our Public Safety Learning Styles Quiz and Find Out Which Learning Style Suits You Best!
Whether you are a student or a professional, we have to learn more and more to be an effective EMT, paramedic, police officer, nurse, firefighter, or military service member. If you don’t know which learning style fits you best, you can unlock effective and efficient studying.
At the end of the quiz you’ll find out which style dominates and tips to maximize your learning.
The learning styles quiz is based on the Audio, Kinesthetic, Read/ Write and Visual learning styles. The program is an evidenced based system used by thousands of organizations. This quiz is tailored to help EMT’s, firefighters, law enforcement and police officers, nurses, paramedics, and military personnel/ veterans find their learning style.
Most people have overlapping learning styles with one or two dominant styles present. We are developing a tool to help public safety and medical students identify all dominate learning styles.
What to do with the results
After identifying tour dominate learning style with the quiz, review the tips. Use them and not which ones work and which do not. Also, share the results with your instructor and ask for tips on how to use this information in their class.
Check back with Chiefsays.com for more resources and join the newsletter for updates. Share this quiz with your classmates and colleagues and let us know in the comments what tips you have for others with the learning style.
Register for the 2nd annual National Fire Service Behavioral Health Symposium May 24-27, 2021 held virtually! The First Responder Center for Excellence have prepared an agenda with researchers with a scientific-based topics aimed at helping to spread information about first responder mental health to the nations fire services.
Visit the agenda for the symposium and register here!
National Fire Service Behavioral Health Symposium
- Event Dates & Times:
- Monday May 24th, -Thursday May 27th, 2021
- 1300- 1700 EST each day
- NOTE: When viewing the agenda, find the note just below the title “Agenda” to change the agenda times to your time zone.
- FREE! Registration Required
- Session Types
- Agenda can be viewed here.
- Live and Pre-recorded
- Each day the sessions close with the day’s highlights and a Q&A session
The team at Questions for Science did an excellent job describing the physiology of a headshot GSW. Check it out below!
Most newborn babies turn a little yellow. This is known as jaundice, and it’s very common in the newborn period. But in some very rare cases it can be a sign of a more serious problem. Here’s what parents need to know about it.
The post Newborn jaundice: What parents need to know appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.
Millions of people suffer from migraines, and research has been trying to understand what causes them. A current theory involves branches of the trigeminal nerve. Now the FDA has cleared an over-the-counter device to prevent or treat migraine by stimulating this nerve with mild electrical shocks.
The post Migraine headaches: Could nerve stimulation help? appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.
Learn What EMS and 911 Organizations are Doing to Improve their Personnel’s Mental Health and Wellness
Tune in on Thursday, Oct. 29, at 3 pm ET for the second installment of the First Responder Behavioral Health Webinar Series to hear from two agencies striving to strengthen their employees’ wellbeing.
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