Podcast Episodes

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Episode 6

Having a complaint filed against you at the College of Paramedics can be a terrifying experience. In this episode, Marc walks through the complaint, investigation, tribunal and resolution process with College Registrar, Tim Ford and Complaints & conduct Director, Jenn Kirk.

Episode 5

Clinton Marquardt is Canada’s top sleep and fatigue specialist. Listen as he and Marc talk everything from shift patterns, how to get a better nights sleep, the dangers of sleep deprivation, sleep inertia, napping and so much more!!

Episode 4

It’s voting time!
In episode 4 Marc chats with College candidate Carl Damour about everything from fitness to practice, scope of practice, education standards and why the once ultra-progressive Alberta profession is becoming frozen in time. Have a listen… then go vote!!

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Episode 3

Dr. Megan McElheran is a Registered Psychologist who specializes in paramedics, military and first responders.  Today she speaks about the family dynamic in regards to stress, Paramedics and PTSD.   This is a great podcast to listen to with your family, partner and kids or send them the link for them to take a listen to!

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Episode 2

In this episode Psychologist Jeff Sych, Alberta Critical Incident Provincial Network clinical director, CISM expert, educator and researcher discusses the stress paramedics are facing in the pandemic and some tips to maintain a healthy mindset.

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Episode 1

Hear how the Association is preparing the profession for the growing pandemic.

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