Oh wow. We don't do EVOC.
For the sickness I would say drink lots of water and try to look out the front of the ambulance. Our ambulances' captains chairs don't move at all so the latter of the two suggestions doesn't work well here, but make sure you're hydrated it helps.
Don't take Dramamine or any other medicine like that because of the side effects it can cause. You want to be 100% when your on your clinical.
I wish I had better suggestions for you.
I respectfully disagree. There is a non drowsy version of Dramamine that I would highly recommend. Make sure that you read the label closely for dosage instructions. It will not effect your ability to stay alert. I will agree that you need to stay hydrated and get well rested before your clinical. You will definitely not be able to focus well if you are nauseous. Two more insider tips. When the tones drop, pop in a piece of gum. Being in close proximity to other people i.e. your patient, and your partners, it will be much appreciated. For the nasty calls involving less than stellar odors, rub a light coating of Vics Vapor Rub underneath your nose. It doesn't block everything, but it does cut down on it.