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Good morning and happy Friday! This has been an amazing week for me. I had the chance to attend the 2013 NENA conference in Lansing, Michigan for 9-1-1 professionals. I attended some excellent classes and met some great people doing great things. In this episode I had the pleasure of speaking with Dee Ann, assistant director of Tuscola county 9-1-1, an ENP and one of the founding board members of the 911 Wellness Foundation. Also sitting with us for this episode was Jim Marshall with the 911 Wellness Foundation and also the director of the 911 Training Institute.
This is an episode that you do not want to miss. The information in this episode is important for everyone and Jim even gets me with a Jedi Mind Trick by getting me to admit a few things. It definitely felt good to admit those items so thank you Jim and Dee Ann for helping me and those in our field. For more information on the 911 Wellness Foundation or the 911 Training Institute please follow the links below. Also if you would like to get a hold of them through the show or our Facebook fan page you can shoot us an email and we can make contact with them. As always you can email the show at email@example.com.
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- Dealing with stress and how it affects your family
- Stress and your health
Good morning folks! Within the Trenches is back for episode 26! I had the pleasure of sitting down and speaking with Roger of Cullman County 9-1-1 out of Alabama and Craig who is retired out of Guilford Metro 9-1-1 in North Carolina. This episode is a must listen as both Roger and Craig go through their history with 9-1-1 and how it pulled them in. Craig had emergency services in his blood, so to speak, since his father and uncle’s helped form several volunteer fire departments. Roger on the other hand was first part of the defense industry. Once he retired from there he moved into emergency services and became a 9-1-1 director after long admiring the profession.
This episode is a must listen. The history and look back at how 9-1-1 was before more recent technology is very interesting. As always you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org for comments, concerns suggestions or if you would like to be on the show.
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- How Craig got into 9-1-1
- How Roger got into 9-1-1
- A look back at how 9-1-1 was before recent technology
- A look at text to 9-1-1 and the progress
Good morning from the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Yesterday was my first day of the 2013 NENA Conference and Expo. The morning was rather rough with a 12 hour drive and the hotel losing my reservation. I had nowhere to sleep but I finally found a place to power nap for two full hours. Yep you read that right.
Either way things have been going great and I recorded the first episode of the conference. In this episode I sat down with Erica and Megan of New Hanover County 9-1-1 in Wilmington, North Carolina. This episode combines stories of the serious and humorous nature. You won’t be disappointed! As always you can email the show at email@example.com and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and ‘Like’ us on Facebook.
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- How both Erica and Megan got into 9-1-1
- First calls
- Singing in dispatch
- The importance of telecommunicators participating in a NENA conference