Episode 3 continues the series in which I sit down with recent paramedic school graduates from my past student cohorts.
Jennifer graduated in 2016. She successfully completed her probationary period at a busy 911 service and has recently completed her “Survival Year” as a 1st year practicing paramedic.
Listen as she breaks down the importance of having a good partner, dependable mentors and the use of self reflection as benefits to shaping her freshman year as a medic.
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