Mark Poyer’s New Book ‘The Paramedic Internship Guidebook’ is a vital tool for those beginning their careers as a paramedic to become successful in their field

Press Release

Oct 4, 2022

Fulton Books author Mark Poyer, who has been involved in fire and emergency medical services for the last 10 years and gained ambulance experience as an EMT, has completed his most recent book “The Paramedic Internship Guidebook”: an informative guide for student paramedics to gain a better understanding of the issues patients may face and how best to assess them.

“This book was designed to be used by both the paramedic intern and paramedic preceptor to help with consistency when it comes to patient assessments and running calls as a student,” writes Poyer. “Think condensed-down paramedic book filled with important details. Reviewing this book as a student allows the student to become consistent and gives them clear, concise goals toward becoming a great paramedic. This book is not geared toward any one specific county, and it is still recommended that you all follow local protocols, guidelines, policies, and procedures.”

Published by Fulton Books, Mark Poyer’s book is a powerful asset for those taking their first steps towards becoming a paramedic, providing essential insider tips and advice that can only come from years of on-the-job experience and wisdom.

Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase “The Paramedic Internship Guidebook” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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