Welcome to Speaker Box Talk. Come along and learn from Jacob's Operator; Tony Fernandez from Roxboro Road in Durham, NC. Burning questions? Ideas? Want to just say hello? Contact us at email@example.com
Statistical Significance and EMS with Tony Fernandez
If you’ve ever read a medical research study, even just the headline, this podcast is for you. If you’re an EMS educator leading the next generation of EMS providers to our field, this podcast is for you. If you’re a training officer or other EMS professional who presents to colleagues or medical directors, this podcast is for you. You don’t have to be a statistician to interpret all the studies. You don’t even have to be a statistician. Tony Fernandez has been a nationally certified paramedic since 2005. Tony was the second individual to successfully complete the Emergency Medical Services Research fellowship offered by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. Upon completion of this program, Tony was a research assistant professor within the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Within the department, Tony was the director of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Research for the EMS Performance Improvement Center, which develops and maintains a comprehensive statewide EMS Data System for North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia. In addition to serving as research director, his own research focuses on patient care in the prehospital environment, EMS occupational health and safety, disaster preparedness, and understanding the EMS workforce. In 2012, Tony was elected as a Fellow for the American Heart Association (AHA). Tony currently works as a research scientist at ESO.
24. Interview with Tony Fernandez, Broward County, Florida, USA
The Rob Skinner Podcast
Tony Fernandez leads a church in Broward County, Florida. While talking with his wife one day, they felt like they needed more friends their age. That conversation ignited an explosion of growth of millenials in their church. They grew from 40 to over 200 millenials in about five years. Find out how they did it on this episode of the Rob Skinner Podcast.
With so many DJs stuck at home during the pandemic of 2020 many have resorted to streaming live performance on Facebook live. Most with disappointing results as Facebook maintains order citing copyright infringement. Tony Fernandez and Mike Fernino tackle this touchy subject on the podcast discussing what is legal and why DJs are getting their music sets taken down.
Ari Shapiro the Owner Operator of AriShapiro.ca joins me to discuss and remember the career and the person Tony Fernandez.The 4 time Gold Glove Winner and multi time All Star was an influential player for the Toronto Blue Jays. He was just as solid for the other teams he played for. Ari reminisces about Tony's career with me. We cover from the early 1980's all the way to 2001.We discuss how Tony can still get into Cooperstown and whether or not Tony is the most influential Toronto Blue Jay in team history.Have a listen. Relax and enjoy.Follow Ari Shaprio @Ari_Shapiro
Welcome to UnforMETable, an Amazin’ Avenue Audio show that looks back on less heralded, more obscure Mets players from the past.Tony Fernandez sadly passed away last month after a long battle with kidney disease at the age of 57. Known primarily as a key figure on some great Toronto Blue Jays teams of the 1980s, Fernandez would come to the Mets in 1993 as the latest in a long line of veteran name acquisitions. The franchise was foolishly hoping to recapture its fading glory, but instead put together a collection memorialized as “The Worst Team Money Could Buy.”We will look back at Fernandez’s impressive career, his disappointing tenure with the Mets, his untimely death, and his historic ranking as a fine candidate for a “Hall of Very GoodAs always, you can listen or subscribe to this and all of our wonderful Amazin’ Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, or listen wherever you get podcasts.If you’ve got an idea for a player to be featured on UnforMETable, let us know in the comments.Make sure to follow Rob on Twitter (@WolffRR), and you can now follow the show, too (@unformetable). Tune in next week for another tale from the Mets’ past. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Astros remain a hot topic; remembering long-time Blue Jays shortstop Tony Fernandez
MLB.com’s Anthony Castrovince (@castrovince) and Richard Justice (@RichardJustice) break down the latest Astros’ news, including Ken’s Rosenthal’s interview with Carlos Correa. The guys discuss the public feud between Zack Wheeler and Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen regarding the team's free agency pursuit, and give a tribute to the life and career of long-time Blue Jays shortstop Tony Fernandez. Plus, it’s Monday, which means it’s time to open up the mailbag!
222: Sens Shoot Down the Stars, PGA Star Tries to Hire Hooker, Tony Fernandez Passes Away at 57
The Steve Warne Project
Our show Presented by all insurance Ontario and RB Computing.Sens come up with a nice OT win vs Dallas, with way fewer Blue jerseys in the stands!Remembering Blue Jays shortstop Tony Fernandez who just passed away at age 57.- A PGA star gets busted in a prostitution ring- Swearing at the referees is commonplace in the NHL. Shouldn’t the referees have the right to give some back???- 7 games for kicking a guy with your skate blade- Erik Karlsson out for the year with a broken thumb- Alexis Lafrenière with a career-high 7 points today. He's up to 99 points in 44 games, leading the entire QMJHL by 17 points. C'mon, hockey gods. Cut Ottawa some slack.