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Steven Velasquez
Works at MONOC Mobile Health Services
Attended Greenville Technical College
Lives in Morgan, NJ
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< Find More Residental Listings in this Area >. Nicely maintained 3 BDRM spacious dormer Cape Cod, 2 full baths,2 ZONE- Eat in updated Kitchen with new SS appliances.MB complete with WIC & a Full bathroom suite with linen closet , Living room and Formal Dining room with sliders to new Paver ...
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Ketamine - It's a dessert topping and a floor wax!
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"If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then YOU are an excellent leader." - Dolly Parton #leadership #eof #abbieunger +John Lee Dumas of EntrepreneurOnFire​
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Now I'm hungry!

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Toad-in-the-hole grilled cheese exists, and you need to make it a reality in your life.
A recipe for grilled cheese may seem unnecessary, but so are ball pits, and that doesn't make them any less awesome. And unlike ball pits, there are some simple steps and affordable ingredients that can transform a standard grilled cheese into legend...
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"The spread of disease by people, food-borne outbreaks and other sources is unfortunately inevitable and something hospitals need to be ready to address at any time," says Pat Lafaro, Robert Wood Johnson's director of infection prevention.
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The young paramedic's Facebook post showed how frustrated she was that she had to sit through a PALS class (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) in a room where she was the only paramedic. "Uggghhh" she posted, "someone just shoot me! They should make a PALS class just for the paramedics." Her hardened experience of < 1 year as a paramedic had convinced her of her mastery.
"Why don't you try to pay attention" he replied, "and try to gain some experience from the other health care professionals in the room? Many of them work in critical care settings and can help you understand more than just the algorithms."
These were not the words she wanted to hear and so she continued texting and posting through the day assuring that not a single bit of new information darkened the six inches between her ears.
This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to you or someone you know is purely coincidental. If the shoe fits however...
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"...in 2010 in paramedic pediatric simulations when they found epinephrine was administered incorrectly in 69% of the cardiac arrest and in 75% of the asthma scenarios."

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Introduction. Within the past five years, leading EMS organizations in both the U.S. and Canada have issued reports that identify patient safety as a priority in the industry. In both cases, medication errors have been determined to be an area in which improvement of safety is needed.1,2 ...
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I've always had a passion for words, for the art of oration. This set of words has set my mind ablaze today. Spend every day learning new words - and worlds!

"The limits of my language are the limits of my worlds. All I know is what I have words for."

 - L Wittgenstein (1953)

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"His uniform hid the truth, that he was a penniless young man, with only that grand vision of himself." - The Great Gatsby ‪#‎sadtruth‬
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Thank you for your loving support today +Kimberly Waters. It meant a lot.
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Congratulations on your award!! I'm very proud of you. Thank you for having me there, by your side. Love you! 
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  • Greenville Technical College
    1992
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"The welfare of the people has always been the alibi of tyrants" Albert Camus - Nobel Prize winning author, journalist and philosopher
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Proud father of three daughters. Proud brother of The Fourth Watch MC FWFFFW. 25+ year EMS veteran. Photographer, writer, educator
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Advanced Life Support Educator / Mobile Intensive Care Paramedic
Employment
  • MONOC Mobile Health Services
    Mobile Intensive Care Paramedic, 2006 - present
  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Mobile Health Services
    Mobile Intensive Care Paramedic, 2004 - present
  • Barnabas Health System
    ALS Educator, 6 - present
    Program coordinator for PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support). Local Course Director (LCD) - The Difficult Airway; EMS course
  • UMDNJ EMS (Newark, NJ)
    Paramedic / Instructor, 2009 - 2013
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Morgan, NJ
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Rutherford, NJ
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Where Do College-Educated Millennials Live? - Research Center | Redfin
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According to our research, many college-educated millennials will begin their home search in neighborhoods that look very different than the

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. Nicely maintained 3 BDRM spacious dormer Cape Cod, 2 full baths,2 ZONE- Eat in updated Kitchen with new SS appliances.MB complete with WIC

Kars4Kids
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Making a difference. One child at a time.

An EMS Instructor's Opus
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by Steven P. Velasquez, NREMTP Of all the courses I teach, I am probably most proud of teaching The Difficult Airway Course; EMSTM. (DAC). T

Could 9/11 ever become a time of celebration? | Penelope Trunk Careers
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I was there, at the base of the first tower when it fell. That night I wrote a piece for Time magazine to make sense of what happened. And e

The Invisible Patron
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Steven P. Velasquez, NREMTP  A tired paramedic completed his night shift and greeted the beautiful summer morning with a smile -- and stron

The Mom House
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The seashell road to the house. This is not fiction. This is my life, or a snapshot from it. I make no bones about coming from a long line o

The Difference Between Successful and Very Successful People
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I recently met with a capable and driven executive and asked him, “How are you?” He gave me a rapid-fire answer of all of the things he was

How to Leave Your Ego at the Door
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(Originally posted on Medium.)People often misidentify self-confidence for egotistical behaviour, and vice versa. These two have a very dist

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Conference Tweeting: Don't start tweet with @ symbol unless you want it to be read by smaller audience

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A Harley Davidson Inspired theme. This theme is for all the Harley Davidson fans out there !!! This is a high resolution theme…

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by Steven P. Velasquez March 3, 2014 This past weekend, my daughter's mother gave us a complimentary pair of tickets to a NJ Devil's hockey

EXPLAINED: Anatomy of the Surgical Airway
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The Intensive Care Network (ICN) was set up and is run by a group of Australian ICU specialists and advanced trainees on a voluntary, non-co

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I am the poster-child for the saying “You have to spend money to make money”. I make a lot of money but I spend most of it on people who hel

"Awake" Intubation Screencast
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Recently gave my awake intubation talk to our residents. Here's a screencast. Bonus: DSI content

The Business Side of EMS -
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EMS leaders and managers are usually more comfortable in the clinical realm of data, examining such statistics as ROSC rates. However, the “

The True Spirit of Christmas... Every Day.
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You can tell a lot about a person by how they treat the disenfranchised. My grandmother used to start collecting socks, hats, and gloves in

Ghosts of Christmases Past
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by Steven P. Velasquez December 31, 2011 Over the past few weeks, the EMS community in NJ has once again, endured the pain of having to bury

What did I like? I liked the young man who assured me my medication would be ready in "15 minutes" just like I heard him and others tell other customers. What else did I like? The 40 pages I read in one of your paperback novels. What did I not like? The fact that you NEVER called my name despite the bag clearly marked "waiting." The way you all peered at me , standing before you in a back brace for over an hour and couldn't think to ask if I needed assistance. The way the long line developed before me and still, no one calls my name or asks if the man in the brace needs help. So I finally get in said line, wait another 20 minutes (nearing 2 hours) and inquire about my Rx and you nonchelantly hand me the bag that has been there for well over an hour. You are in a customer service business. Let your yes be yes and your no be no. If you need a management seminar about "managing expectations," I can certainly provide one.
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