NAEMSE Webinar: Integrating Smartphones into EMS Education

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  • Welcome to the webinarThanks to NAEMSEEffort of the educational technology committee
  • Smartphones are widely accepted in almost any environment, but often not in the classroom. Why the gap? Permission is granted to do any of these things…
  • www.remind101.com – 1 way communication only – sign-up with one of these steps to receive key points by email or text message during the presentation.
  • Questions … Text idea from David Page at EMS World Expo 2012
  • Post slideshare of slides to:EverydayEMSTips.comUpdate shortened URLUpdate QR codeSlideshare.net/gfriese
  • Value of smartphones …. Very personal for me.2012Managed to drop my weight from 188 to 173. In large part due to awareness that came from calorie tracking. Helped change my diet, lowered what I ate and awareness of where calories were coming from changed a lot of behaviors No salad dressingLess beerLess ice creamMore fruits and vegetablesMore nuts Tracked everything for 30 days … apply that OCD to anything and anything is possible. Probably could have done it without the app, but it sure helped … especially to have app available on all of my devices (phone, Kindle Fire, Desktop)
  • Value of smartphones …. Very personal for me.2012Managed to drop my weight from 188 to 173. In large part due to awareness that came from calorie tracking. Helped change my diet, lowered what I ate and awareness of where calories were coming from changed a lot of behaviors No salad dressingLess beerLess ice creamMore fruits and vegetablesMore nuts Tracked everything for 30 days … apply that OCD to anything and anything is possible. Probably could have done it without the app, but it sure helped … especially to have app available on all of my devices (phone, Kindle Fire, Desktop)
  • 118.9 million units in 2012, a 98 percent increase from 2011 sales of 60 million units, according to Gartner, Inc.http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=1980115
  • SAMPLE Policy. Not sure if this has actually been adopted anywhere. Broken over several pages to be able to read. Page 4http://www.coaemsp.org/Documents/Sample_Appendix_I_%20J_ACC.pdf
  • SAMPLE Policy. Not sure if this has actually been adopted anywhere. Broken over several pages to be able to read. Page 4http://www.coaemsp.org/Documents/Sample_Appendix_I_%20J_ACC.pdfNeed to read for audience. CELL PHONES, PAGERS, AND ELECTRONICSTo eliminate distractions in the classroom the following policy will be followed by all students enrolled in the Emergency Medical Services Program.
  • SAMPLE Policy. Not sure if this has actually been adopted anywhere. Broken over several pages to be able to read. Page 4http://www.coaemsp.org/Documents/Sample_Appendix_I_%20J_ACC.pdfCell phones are NOT to be used in the classroom, laboratory or clinical areas, or in hallways and common areas of the college. This includes use as a phone, text messaging device, music player, voice recorder, camera, video camera, or any other function which distracts the student from learning in class or disrupts others at any time. This policy is not limited to devices sold as a cell phone. Any electronic device which meets the spirit of this policy is included.
  • SAMPLE Policy. Not sure if this has actually been adopted anywhere. Page 4http://www.coaemsp.org/Documents/Sample_Appendix_I_%20J_ACC.pdfNeed to read for audience. Students who violate this policy will be asked to leave campus for the day on the first offense. A second offense will warrant reporting of the student to the Dean for action as a disruptive student which may result in removal from the program.
  • What is the worst case scenario for allowing students to have a smartphone, tablet, or other device during class? Broaden definition of what constitutes a class … where, when, what … get specific … what does it look and feel like?
  • Policy creation, adoption, and enforcement is based on a set of beliefs or assumptions
  • I am not a wall builder, no matter how high the wall, there will be pushes/pulls to go over, under, around, or through the wall
  • Horse is out of the barn, use is so ubiquitous the novelty of a phone free zone is quaint at best and impossible except in highest importance events/locations (high stakes testing (NREMT), high security (state of the union), high concentration (brain surgery)
  • Pick my battles very carefully, win the battles I pick
  • Lecture is a very ineffective education method. Without creating/facilitating distraction students will distract on their own
  • World is full of distractions. Disastrous to try to control them all. Distraction is a timeless problem. Role of teacher is to keep students engaged with worthwhile activities, age/skill/knowledge appropriate instructions, timely feedback, regular assessment, and breaks to re-energize.
  • World is full of distractions. Disastrous to try to control them all. Distraction is a timeless problem. Role of teacher is to keep students engaged with worthwhile activities, age/skill/knowledge appropriate instructions, timely feedback, regular assessment, and breaks to re-energize.
  • World is full of distractions. Disastrous to try to control them all. Distraction is a timeless problem. Role of teacher is to keep students engaged with worthwhile activities, age/skill/knowledge appropriate instructions, timely feedback, regular assessment, and breaks to re-energize.
  • World is full of distractions. Disastrous to try to control them all. Distraction is a timeless problem. Role of teacher is to keep students engaged with worthwhile activities, age/skill/knowledge appropriate instructions, timely feedback, regular assessment, and breaks to re-energize.
  • From http://www.goddardusd.com/page/51986_3
  • Our Mobile Planet thinkwithgoogle.com, http://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/mobileplanet/en/About page “The Our Mobile Planet research was commissioned by Google and conducted by Ipsos MediaCT in partnership with the Mobile Marketing Association and the Interactive Advertising Bureau.OurMobilePlanet.com provides access to the full set of data from this research through a powerful chart creation tool or the direct download of full country level data files. Businesses can use the data on the site to gain a deeper understanding of the mobile consumer and make data-driven decisions on how to use mobile to help grow their business faster.”
  • From http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/07/08/is-the-internet-making-us-crazy-what-the-new-research-says.html
  • HomeWorkOn the go School – little surprised this is so low.
  • If we look at the usage just in school and divide by age groups, much greater usage in youngest age group
  • Picture of paramedic class … by every measure 18-29 is going to use smartphones with greater frequency.
  • 27% of all photos taken in 2011 were with smartphoneshttp://gigaom.com/2012/06/08/why-facebook-has-won-the-mobile-photo-war/5 billion photos shared5 million photos each dayhttp://thenextweb.com/insider/2012/10/06/happy-second-birthday-instagram/
  • PhotographPost, share, … #NAEMSE
  • http://www.youtube.com/t/press_statisticsTraffic from mobile devices tripled in 2011More than 20% of global YouTube views come from mobile devices3 hours of video is uploaded per minute to YouTube from mobile devicesYouTube is available on 350 million devices
  • http://www.youtube.com/t/press_statisticsTraffic from mobile devices tripled in 2011More than 20% of global YouTube views come from mobile devices3 hours of video is uploaded per minute to YouTube from mobile devicesYouTube is available on 350 million devices
  • Usage is Habitual/Addictive …From http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/07/08/is-the-internet-making-us-crazy-what-the-new-research-says.html
  • Since we can’t likely overcome ingrained habits, brain wiring, and addictive behavior how can we be intentional about using in and out of the classroom. Use as a force for good, rather than a nefarious tool of interrupting and distracting evil.
  • Middle school students “make presentations on iPads, how to keep track of their homework on a smartphone, and what they should and shouldn't post on social media sites. The devices can be their planners, agenda books, and pocket reference libraries all day long.”Middle school students being issued a netbook all cloud based apps for completing and submitting homeworkNPR Some Schools Actually Want Students to Play with Smartphone
  • Responsibility of education programs to teach and model behavior that employers like to see and find desirable – Bill Toon.
  • Netizen
  • Web BrowserMedical and EMS Specific AppsOther textbooks (example of Google books for needle decompression of an infant)
  • Looking up drugs – write down 3 meds from previous patients. Look-up and review with classmates.
  • www.remind101.comSpecial instructions remindersNew episodes of the EMSEduCastSend a test question or review ideaSend key points after a lectureAssign a student to submit key pointsSchedule a study sessionRoom changesReturn to the classroom after being spread out for assessment stations
  • Facebook group for the classTwitter hashtagGoogle+ hangout for class, study groupSkype for office hours
  • Polling and GamesRetentionComprehension
  • QR code links to http://goo.gl/kLVf6Link to more information – Rob’s 12 lead workbook, QR code links to video content related to book page.QR code scavenger hunt – QR code at practice stations that link to a video that shows best practice demonstration.
  • Link to interactive contentGenerate a text messageA contact cardLots of usesBackground video for a scenarioVideo/just in time trainingAudio instructionsLink to more informationDrugs cards for each medication
  • DropboxGoogle DriveEvernoteOther tools to be able to access files from anywhere – no more “dog ate my homework” or I left my USB drive at home or the file is on my other computer.
  • Review an app
  • Photograph slidesPhotograph things, processesAudio record lecturesVideo record skill demonstrations
  • Photograph slidesPhotograph things, processesAudio record lecturesVideo record skill demonstrations
  • Photograph slidesPhotograph things, processesAudio record lecturesVideo record skill demonstrations
  • Ebooks and BlogsReadingAnnotationsDefinitionsIntra and inter linksEbooks – fiction, non-fiction, academic EMS Blogs
  • Ebooks and BlogsReadingAnnotationsDefinitionsIntra and inter linksEbooks – fiction, non-fiction, academic EMS Blogs
  • Doesn’t have to be real timeCould be outside of classroom
  • Doesn’t have to be real timeCould be outside of classroom
  • Enter, edit and review data
  • Habit streak app screen shot or icon.Application to EMSReadingWorkbook exercisesAssessment and treatment skillsHealth and wellness improvements
  • Video-assisted Feedback During CPR: Analysis of Smartphone Video Footage Accurately Classifies Chest Compression RateAbstracts for the 2013 NAEMSP Scientific Assembly Volume 17 / Number 1January / March 2013
  • From National EMS Education Standards, AEMT http://www.ems.gov/pdf/811077d.pdfAlso in paramedic standards, http://www.ems.gov/pdf/811077e.pdfPart of EMS Education StandardsEMS Communication SystemsCommunication with Other Healthcare Professionals
  • 2 tips from Steve Whitehead, Remember 2 things videohttp://paramedictv.ems1.com/Clip.aspx?key=56B16E7715D8A704Be politeMaintain eye contact
  • Smartphone use during breaks … Replaced with phone/online activitiesInformal time for material review, personal care, and relationship building … replaced with smartphone and online activities that may at best prevent accomplishment of other important needs and may at worse be mental and physically draining and even depressing.
  • Smartphone use during breaks … Replaced with phone/online activitiesInformal time for material review, personal care, and relationship building … replaced with smartphone and online activities that may at best prevent accomplishment of other important needs and may at worse be mental and physically draining and even depressing.
  • Smartphone use during breaks … Replaced with phone/online activitiesInformal time for material review, personal care, and relationship building … replaced with smartphone and online activities that may at best prevent accomplishment of other important needs and may at worse be mental and physically draining and even depressing.
  • Clinical case reviewExamsBefore starting a patient assessment drill or simulation
  • NAEMSE Webinar: Integrating Smartphones into EMS Education

    1. 1. Integrating Smartphones and Tablet Devices into EMS Education
    2. 2. Group Text Messaging Remind101.com
    3. 3. Slides and Info Slideshare.net/gfrieseBlog.CentreLearn.comEverydayEMSTips.com EMSEduCast.com TeacherCast.net
    4. 4. My Fitness Pal 188.9
    5. 5. My Fitness Pal 173.0
    6. 6. Worldwide Tablet Sales (millions of units) 125 2013? 118.9 100 75 60 50 2011 2012 2013
    7. 7. CoAEMSP Sample Program Policies and Procedures
    8. 8. CoAEMSP Sample Program Policies and ProceduresCELL PHONES, PAGERS, ANDELECTRONICSTo eliminate distractions in theclassroom the following policywill be followed by all studentsenrolled in the EmergencyMedical Services Program.
    9. 9. CoAEMSP Sample Program Policies and ProceduresCell phones are NOT to be used in theclassroom, laboratory or clinical areas, orin hallways and common areas of thecollege.This includes use as a phone, textmessaging device, music player, voicerecorder, camera, video camera, or anyother function which distracts the studentfrom learning in class or disrupts others atany time.This policy is not limited to devices sold asa cell phone. Any electronic devicewhich meets the spirit of this policy isincluded.
    10. 10. CoAEMSP Sample Program Policies and ProceduresStudents who violate this policywill be asked to leave campusfor the day on the first offense.A second offense will warrantreporting of the student to theDean for action as a disruptivestudent which may result inremoval from the program.
    11. 11. TheWORST-CASE SCENARIO
    12. 12. Policy Creation, Adoption, and Enforcement
    13. 13. Walls
    14. 14. Phone Free Zone Siri, text wife. I amrunning late.
    15. 15. Pick Battles Carefully …
    16. 16. Lecture is Ineffective Oh $*&! this method doesn’t work!
    17. 17. Distractions are Everywhere My teacher keeps me engaged with worthwhile activities …
    18. 18. Distractions are Everywhere Age, skill, and knowledge appropriate instructions …
    19. 19. Distractions are Everywhere Timely feedback and regular assessment …
    20. 20. Distractions are Everywhere And breaks to re- energize. (otherwise I go nuts)
    21. 21. Policy ComponentsDon’t allow if device:• Disrupts education process• Undermines academic integrity• Violates confidentiality or privacy• Threatens any individual
    22. 22. Finding a BalanceBan vs. No Limits• Organization policy• Ability to enforce• Instructor comfort• Student needs• Start strict, ease off later• Provide breaks for use• Appropriate consequences
    23. 23. Smartphone Usage
    24. 24. Ubiquity of Mobile Devices
    25. 25. Smartphone Penetration Them Us
    26. 26. Phone Addiction “Most college studentsare not just unwilling, butfunctionally unable, to be without their media links to the world,”University of Maryland concluded Newsweek Magazine, July 9, 2012. Is the Web Driving us Mad?
    27. 27. Location of Use - AllHomeWorkOn the GoSchool
    28. 28. Use at School Them Us
    29. 29. Kids These Days18-29 year olds
    30. 30. Smartphones27% of all photos taken Instagram • 5 billion photos shared • 5 million photos each day
    31. 31. Join me at …naemse.org/symposium
    32. 32. Smartphones for Videos Traffic tripled in 2011
    33. 33. Smartphones for Videos Traffic tripled in 2011 • 20% of global views from mobile devices • 3 hours of video uploaded per minute from mobile devices
    34. 34. Intentional Usage
    35. 35. Primary Education
    36. 36. Model EMS Professionalism
    37. 37. EMS Professionalism Skills• Access knowledge• Curate information• Click safely• Focus on people/tasks• Honor patient PHI• Professional discussion
    38. 38. Assessment and Treatment- +x ÷Share your favorite apps in the chat
    39. 39. Access Information EMS ACLS Guide Paramedic MedsH LA County Paramedic Pediatric EMS
    40. 40. Reference Guides Epocrates WebMD iPharmacy Drug Guide and Pill ID
    41. 41. ERG 2012 App • Safe clicking • Download • Feature tour • Find guides • Scene reports EMS1.com: Train to use app
    42. 42. Group Email Messaging
    43. 43. Group Email Messaging• Basecamp Breeze• Google Groups• Facebook Group• Others?
    44. 44. Group Text Messaging Remind101.com
    45. 45. Video Conferencing Google+ Hangouts Skype
    46. 46. Why use Games and Polls? FunCompete Assess Variety
    47. 47. This is a ____ and it links to …
    48. 48. QR Codes
    49. 49. QR Code Generator
    50. 50. QR Code Generator
    51. 51. File Sharing / Remote Access Dropbox Google Drive I just ate your Evernote USB drive.
    52. 52. Course ActivitiesApps to:• Capture and edit video of proper skill performance• Flash cards for study• Quiz question banks• Create scavenger hunts
    53. 53. Learn!
    54. 54. Learn!
    55. 55. Learn!
    56. 56. Read!
    57. 57. Read!
    58. 58. Ask!
    59. 59. Ask!
    60. 60. Track!
    61. 61. Track! • Reading • Workbook • Skills • Fitness • Diet • Wellness
    62. 62. Prepare! EMT Review Plus Paramedic Review Plus Critical Care Paramedic Review
    63. 63. Go Places! • Service area • Clinical sites • StationsH • • • Hospitals SNF’s Clinics
    64. 64. Go Places! EMS Today app • Topics • Speakers • Products • Social stream
    65. 65. Get Better! Video-assisted Feedback During CPR: Analysis of Smartphone Video Footage Accurately Classifies Chest Compression Read Scientific RateAssembly Abstracts
    66. 66. Call Report! H END
    67. 67. Get Patient Off Phone!
    68. 68. “Alone Together” MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle “There are people here. What should I do? ” Scan or click to read an excerpt
    69. 69. “Alone Together” MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle “There are people here. What should I do? ” Slowly put down your phone. Scan or click to read an excerpt
    70. 70. “Alone Together” MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle “There are people here. What should I do? ” Slowly put down your phone. Ask, “How are you?” Scan or click to read an excerpt
    71. 71. Device Free Time • Case review • Exam • Before drill or simulation • Class issue
    72. 72. Questions Search
    73. 73. Connections Welcome Email or Call Visit and Connectgreg@centrelearn.com Facebook.com/gfriese 717-227-4655 (office) Twitter.com/gfriese Blog.CentreLearn.com EMSEduCast.com EverydayEMSTips.com

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