EMS 10: Innovators in EMS 2014
Annual award recognizes leading EMS innovators
Recognizing Leading EMS Innovators of 2014
EMS has changed drastically over the years, with those changes being driven by innovations from individuals looking to improve clinical or operational practice. No area has escaped their creativity as they worked to bring EMS care to a higher level. As a result the service now provides better care to more people in more ways than ever imagined.
This process of innovation continues today, in agencies large and small, public and private, from basic EMTs to medical directors. As the leader in spreading the best knowledge in EMS practice, JEMS, with support from Physio-Control, Inc., is proud to recognize the top 10 innovators in EMS who drove the EMS practice forward in 2014. Each innovator will be recognized as one of the EMS 10: Innovators in EMS 2014.
The seventh annual EMS 10 winners will receive recognition at the 2015 EMS Today Conference & Exposition in Baltimore, Md., in February. They will receive complimentary registration to attend the EMS Today Conference & Exposition and an invitation to attend a special awards dinner with past winners.
Eligibility: This award is now open. For queries, contact JEMS Editor Allie Daugherty at email@example.com.
Selection Process: Representatives from JEMS and a panel of EMS experts will judge the entrants.
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