PEPID EMS Plus NAEMSE Incorporated into the Classroom at Howard

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PEPID EMS Plus NAEMSE Incorporated into the Classroom at Howard

Evanston, Illinois � September 18, 2008 � PEPID Medical Information Resources announced today that Howard Community College will add PEPID EMS Plus NAEMSE to its emergency medical technician (EMT) curriculum. This technology will help students while in the classroom and as they transition into the fast-paced environment of emergency medical services.

While incorporating an electronic resource into your curriculum was once a practice reserved for programs that were ahead of the curve it is now quickly becoming a must have for programs across the country.

"We are excited to integrate this NAEMSE resource in our curriculum for our students," says Angel Burba, EMS program director and NAEMSE president, "it�s easy to use and will give students an immediate edge as they begin their careers."

Howard joins EMT programs across the country that have added PEPID EMS into their curriculums. By adopting a complete medical reference along with EMS-specific topics written by NAEMSE, students have an easy way to drill down to critical information, life saving protocols and evidence based medicine as they learn to use technology in their day-to-day activities.

"We are pleased to partner with the instructors at Howard Community College in bringing PEPID EMS Plus NAEMSE into the classroom,� says PEPID President, John Wagner. �These students now have an educational tool that will continue to help them in real-life situations after graduation."

Not only does PEPID EMS NAEMSE help students by teaching them to use technology in their day-to-day activities, it provides them with a complete medical reference with EMS-specific information from NAEMSE.


PEPID utilizes mobile and online technology to deliver clinical decision support resources specific for healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses, EMTs and students.

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