Around the World in 80 Days

This last week we passed 80 days since I moved Medical Mondays to this blog format from Facebook. I want to thank each of you for being readers and I’m amazed how many countries are represented by frequent viewers.

You will see that we have gone around the world and have at least one country from every continent represented; except for Antarctica, I think that they’re too busy trying to stay warm to read a silly blog.

As we move into the next 80 days, I’d like to ask two things of you. First, please spread the word about this weekly update on Pre-hosptial care. Each of us know others involved in public safety, ski patrol, ems or emergency care. Please help me spread the word and fill in the map. My second request is to comment on this article. Please let me know your first name, country and involvement in caring for others. I’ll Start; Jay, United States, Paramedic & Ski Patrol.

I hope that everyone is enjoying these articles and would be able to help me reach more people. The page can be viewed from www. medicalmonday.com or  medicalmondayems.wordpress.com. I’d like to fill the map more completely.

Thank you to each and every one of you for taking the time to read my articles. If there are topics that you’d like to see covered, please write me at jay (at) vanzeeland dot info.

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2 Responses to Around the World in 80 Days

  1. Scott says:

    Scott, Critical Care paramedic, ski patrol, Michigan

    Like

  2. Aaron says:

    Aaron; United States; Ski Patrol (OECT)

    Like

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