EMS Today offers networking with 4,600+ EMS professionals from around the world, countless hands-on experiences, 200+ CEH opportunities and the most innovative products and services available to the industry displayed by over 250 exhibiting companies.
The course stresses critical thinking skills to help practitioners make the best decisions for their young patients.
The National EMS Safety Council (NEMSSC) has established the National Safety in EMS Award to annually recognize an organization which has significantly contributed to advancing EMS practitioner and/or patient safety.
The 2nd edition of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) teaches EMS practitioners at all levels how to respond to and care for patients in a civilian tactical environment.
The target audience for this program is EMS providers of all types/levels/certifications as well as any other clinical personnel who may be exposed to patients with high-consequence communicable diseases.
This workshop will walk you through developing test items that allow you to assess your students’ level of knowledge accurately.
To assist organizations in preparing employees for responsibility as supervisors and managers, Keavney and Streger, in cooperation with industry leaders, has developed the Leadership Enhancement and Development (LEAD) Program.
Beginning in 2015, Advanced Medical Transport (AMT) embarked on a journey to improve outcomes from sudden cardiac arrest. Little did we know how significant this journey would become for both the citizens we service as well as our care providers.
Scenarios in Seconds, an innovative,award-winning training system, provides everything needed for effective pediatric emergency training. With 52 unique scenarios and multiple training options, it reinforces knowledge with realistic practice.
The winners of this year’s EMS10: Innovators in EMS awards were announced Wednesday, Feb. 20, at an exclusive breakfast, hosted as part of EMS Today 2019 in National Harbor, Maryland, and sponsored by Stryker.