JEMS Games

On Feb. 17, 2019, the Taiwanese Rhinoceros team and the Phoenix team took an 18-hour flight from Taiwan to Washington, D.C., to attend the JEMS Games at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.
JEMS Games

BALTIMORE, MD, February 28, 2015: PennWell Corporation and the Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) today announced the winning teams in the 2015 JEMS Games competition held during the EMS Today Conference & Exposition, a PennWell event. The conference is a leader in providing quality education for emergency medical services (EMS) worldwide.
JEMS Games

Case Presentation The EMS crew of Station 4 is called to the home of a pregnant female who’s complaining of abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding that began occurring after a fall. The crew learns that she slipped on a wet floor and fell on her abdomen. She advises the lead paramedic that she’s 30 weeks pregnant and that it’s her second pregnancy. During questioning, the paramedic learns that the patient has not sought prenatal care due to severe financial difficulties and lack of insurance.
Airway & Respiratory

2013 JEMS Games In March 2013, a patient suffering from a seizure will be among the victims managed at the JEMS Games clinical competition at the EMS Today Conference & Exposition. This comprehensive clinical article will assist participating teams, attendees and readers in understanding this complex medical event and has been accredited by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for EMS (CECBEMS) for one hour of continuing education credit.
JEMS Games

Registration is now open for the 2013 JEMS Games Clinical Skills competition, which will take place at the EMS Today Conference & Exhibition in Washington, D.C. in March. Download the attached rules and regulations and sign up sheet and go to EMSToday.com to register for the conference. The deadline to submit your team application has been extended to February 15, 2013.
Equipment & Gear

Simple Strategies for the EMS Classroom Although technology has created many engaging and exciting options for EMS classrooms, you don’t have to have the most cutting-edge technology to be an effective instructor. The following are high- and low-tech strategies for each training tool that can make a difference in the EMS classroom. White Boards & Student Response Systems