Implementation of the National EMS Education Agenda Web Site
- Presentation from Webcast: State of the State Accreditation Update, with CoAEMSP Executive Director Dr. George Hatch, NASEMSO Executive Director Dia Gainor, and NREMT Executive Director Bill Brown (Feb. 2013)
- Assessing Continuing Competence in Emergency Medical Services: A Reference for State EMS Offices reports the findings of NASEMSO’s Competency Assessment Summit held in April 2015 in San Antonio, Texas.
- Are You Ready? is intended to help state EMS offices determine if the state/territory is ready for the December 31, 2012 deadline for implementation of National EMS Program Accreditation.
- Is Your Program CAAHEP Accredited? is intended for paramedic students enrolling in paramedic programs whose program of instruction begins after January 1, 2013.
- What You Need to Know is intended for individuals considering a career as a paramedic and evaluating programs for enrollment.
- What CECBEMS Can Do for You, by Liz Sibley, Executive Director, CECBEMS (05/12/10)
- Tools for Developing Curriculum (12/29/09) MosbyJems/Elsevier is proud to provide tools that will assist EMS instructors incorporate the National EMS Education Standards into EMS program curriculum. These tools include samples and templates useful for developing both units of instruction and individual lesson plans. A new guide—“Tools for Developing Your Curriculum to the National EMS Education Standards” includes helpful discussions related to improving student outcomes, using teaching strategies such as reflection, classroom discussion, technology, and benchmarking and has been provided as a complimentary resource by this NASEMSO Executive Platinum Sponsor.
- Update from the EMS Education Agenda for the Future Implementation Committee (05/14/08)
- Promising Scope of Practice Models for the Health Professions, developed by the University of California at San Francisco (2007), from the Center for the Health Professions, includes considerations for EMS.-
- Changes in Healthcare Professions’ Scope of Practice: Legislative Considerations, developed by a coalition of national associations for the state regulatory boards (2007) . Representatives from six leading organizations whose members are health care regulatory licensing boards recently created a practical document designed to assist legislators and regulatory bodies with making decisions about changes to health care professions' scopes of practice. -
- Profiling the Professions: A Model for Evaluating Emerging Health Professions, developed by the University of California at San Francisco (2001), from the Center for the Health Professions. Applicable to EMS.
- State Implementation Guide: EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic National Standard Curricula (2000)
- 1998 EMT-Paramedic: NSC Comparison Document
- Skill Set Variations in the Ohio Scope of Practice: Compared to the National EMS Scope of Practice Model (sample of gap content analysis)
Articles from the Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
compliments of LWW at http://journals.lww.com/academicmedicine/toc/2000/06000
- The Development of Professionalism: Curriculum Matters (2000) Wear, Delese; Castellani, Brian from Academic Medicine. 75(6):602-611, June 2000.
- Toward a Normative Definition of Medical Professionalism (2000) Swick, Herbert M. from Academic Medicine. 75(6):612-616, June 2000.
- On Changing Curricula: Lessons Learned at Two Dissimilar Medical Schools (2000) Bernier, George M. Jr.; Adler, Sheldon; Kanter, Steven; Meyer, Walter J. III from Academic Medicine. 75(6):595-601, June 2000.
- Curricular Change in Medical Schools: How to Succeed (2000) Bland, Carole J.; Starnaman, Sandra; Wersal, Lisa; Moorhead-Rosenberg, Lenn; Zonia, Susan; Henry, Rebecca from Academic Medicine. 75(6):575-594, June 2000.