Hey guys, so I am getting closer to finishing my EMT-B course and am doing really well. My problem lies in the practicals. Yesterday my teacher had us work with partners and run through a scene and while we saved our patient, I think we were both nervous the whole time. We accidently used a rebreather instead of a nonrebreather and made a few other silly mistakes because we were nervous. (We fared better than another group, though, who apparently accidently shocked the victim's family memeber with the AED) I think one part is, for me at least, I was unsure of myself working with someone else. I had trouble trying to keep everything straight between narrating what I was doing for my instructor, communicating with my partner, and treating the patient. Can anyone give any tips both for in-class practicals and once I'm out in the field treating real patients? Any advice at all about communications and things they've found that work for them and how to combat nervousness. Anything at all you feel would be helpful. Thanks for any help!