Some people have the natural gift of teaching. For others it does not come easily. Teaching is all about connecting with your student, finding out their abilities and weaknesses, and helping build them into stronger clinicians. Teaching is a learned skill that can be molded and honed no matter how good a teacher you are. I sat down with Ginger Locke, Associate Professor of EMS Education at Austin Community College and the producer of the Medic Mindset podcast to see what tips and tricks we can offer the field preceptor.
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Office of the Chief Medical Officer for the City of Austin/Travis County Emergency Medical System (EMS) is responsible for comprehensive medical oversight of all clinical care provided in the EMS System.
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