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About Klint W. Kloepping, BS-EMC, FP-C, NRP, C-NPT

Klint W. Kloepping, BS-EMC, FP-C, NRP, C-NPT, is a U.S. trained critical care paramedic who holds specialty certification in neonatal pediatric transport and flight paramedic certification. He is pursuing a baccalaureate degree in EMS management through Western Carolina University. He works full time as a flight paramedic in the Midwest, is a critical care educator with Distance CME and is heavily involved in free open-access medical education and EMS education.

April 2018

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August 2017

January 2016

November 2015

September 2015

Paramedic practice in the United States of America

By |2020-07-09T11:04:48-04:00September 8th, 2015|Categories: EMS career|

Paramedicine has come a long way since it's inception in the United States. Yet, American paramedic practice continues to lag behind that of other nations, such as the United Kingdom and Australia. Low pay and the inability to move up the ladder without being an administrator have played a large role in this, as they remove the incentive for higher education. But, with all that said, there is reason to hopeful for the future of paramedic practice in the United States.

January 2015

Improving Helicopter EMS activation through a recommendation of joint standardization

By |2020-05-19T10:11:56-04:00January 17th, 2015|Categories: In the field|

Improving Helicopter EMS activation through a recommendation of joint standardization  White Paper For The helicopter emergency medical community   JD Graziano Boston University School Medical School Health Care and Emergency Management Program *Article published with full permission of author Introduction Disasters represent a large challenge to helicopter emergency medical services and transport teams, including the sudden [...]