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  • CMS Publishes 2019 Proposed Fee Schedule Rule
  • Dr. Norman E. McSwain: In Remembrance
  • NAEMT Education and Israeli Training Partner United Hatzalah Featured in Ambulance Today
  • NAEMT Is Represented at OEMTA, TEMSEA and Pinnacle Conferences
  • E.V.E.N.T. Summary Reports for Second Quarter 2018
  • U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Wants Your Feedback
  • Ask Your Congressional Leaders to Pass the SIREN Act

WORLD TRAUMA SYMPOSIUM

World Trauma Symposium


Dr. Kenji Inaba will present the latest evidence on hemorrhage control as the first priority in the care of the trauma patient. Kenji Inaba, MD, FRCSC, FACS is an attending trauma surgeon at the LAC+USC Medical Center and associate professor, clinical scholar, of Surgery, Emergency Medicine and Anesthesia at the University of Southern California.

Learn from Dr. Inaba and other top speakers on pediatric cervical spine injury, use of REBOA in the prehospital setting, building resiliency to respond to trauma, advanced traumatic brain injury detection and management, the role of prehospital care in national trauma systems, and much more.

October 30, Nashville, Tennessee

Held in conjunction with EMS World Expo
Breakfast, lunch and exhibit displays are included. Provides 8 hours of CAPCE-accredited CE, CME or nursing CE.

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All Hazards Disaster Training

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Training for disasters is difficult because disasters vary — floods, earthquakes, bus wrecks, active shooters, biological attacks, etc. NAEMT's All Hazards Disaster Response course uses real-life clinical scenarios to teach participants how to analyze potential threats, assess available resources, and create a response plan. AHDR is approved for 8 hours of CAPCE credit.

PHTLS 9th Edition Update

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Monday, October 29, 2018
Nashville, Tennessee

Members of the Prehospital Trauma Committee, additional authors, contributors, and reviewers are working very hard to produce an outstanding 9th edition of Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) course. We invite all PHTLS faculty from around the globe to join us! This event is held in conjunction with the NAEMT Annual Meeting and EMS World Expo.

GotAED.org


GotAED

Keeping communities safe is GotAED's #1 priority. Having an AED device nearby can protect their hearts and save lives. Visit GotAED.org to learn more  GotAED is an initiative of Simon’s Heart, a nonprofit organization raising awareness from sudden cardiac arrest and death in kids.

EVOS - Safe Driving

EMS Vehicle Operator Safety

NAEMT's EMS Vehicle Operator Safety (EVOS) course focuses on the specific behaviors that need to be changed to create a culture of safe driving. The 8 or 16-hour course is approved for CAPCE credit. Students can choose classroom or online format, and print or digital materials. All current instructors of national driving courses can teach EVOS by taking the 1-hour online transition course.