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August 2018

Aug. 29-31, 2018
National EMS Safety Summit

Denver, Colorado
event site and registration | agenda
The National EMS Safety Summit is a nationally recognized conference totally focused on safety for personnel, patients and community. EMS providers, managers, administrators, and allied health professionals can learn about trends and techniques to increase safety within their operations, improve patient care, engage in valuable networking and idea-sharing activities, and see the latest industry products and services. Throughout the three-and-a-half-day event, this conference features numerous educational sessions taught by nationally and internationally recognized EMS educators including local EMS experts.

Aug. 31-Sept. 5, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators Annual Meeting

Washington, DC
event site

September 2018

Sept. 5-7, 2018
2018 Safe States Annual Meeting

Charleston, SC
Safe States Alliance site | conference information & registration | sponsorship opportunities
Each year, up to 300 individuals working on injury and violence prevention come together for educational sessions featuring research and practice and networking opportunities for injury and violence professionals. This year’s meeting will focus on renewing passion, resolving to strengthen, and realizing goals related to injury and violence prevention.

Sept. 6-8, 2018
American Ambulance Association Annual Meeting

Las Vegas, Nevada
event site

Sept. 12, 2018, 1:00 p.m. EDT
NASEMSO Webinar: "Occupational Health Surveillance for EMS Workers Using NEMSIS Data"
register online
Hosted by NASEMSO, this webinar will provide an overview of data elements in NEMSIS Version 3 standards that can be used to inform and improve EMS safety policy and practice, including safer ambulance design, and proper infection control and PPE practices. The abstract for this upcoming presentation is currently available on our website. Dr. Matthew Groenewold of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, is the featured presenter. The session is open to all interested persons.

Sept. 20-21, 2018
ANVIL Leadership Conference: "Forging Leaders for Tomorrow"

Oglebay Resort
Wheeling, West Virginia
event site
The ANVIL Leadership Conference (Applying New Vision and Inspiring Leaders) is focused on the leaders and managers of EMS, Fire, Police, Healthcare and public safety agencies and will be an intimate opportunity to do some deeper dives in the topic areas. Instead of just highlighting a need, there will be solution driven conversation and interactions. You can find out more about the conference, including our amazing lineup of speakers, session information, lodging, and registration at https://anvilconference.com.

Sept. 21-23, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course
Mt. Holly, New Jersey
register online | details
The National EMS Instructor Courses have been designed and developed in accordance with the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors & the National Education Standards. The IC1 course represents the didactic component and practical application of the educational process for EMS educators specified in over 40 States EMS Rules for Lead Instructors. The course content provides an introduction to a broad span of educational theory that is heavily reliant on brain-based learning and evidence-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.

Sept. 26-29, 2018
Emergency Nurses Association Annual Meeting

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
event site

Sept. 28-30, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
register online | details
The National EMS Instructor Courses have been designed and developed in accordance with the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors & the National Education Standards. The IC1 course represents the didactic component and practical application of the educational process for EMS educators specified in over 40 States EMS Rules for Lead Instructors. The course content provides an introduction to a broad span of educational theory that is heavily reliant on brain-based learning and evidence-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.

October 2018

Oct. 1-4, 2018
American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Meeting

San Diego, California
event site

Oct. 12-14, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course
Belleville, Illinois
register online | details
The National EMS Instructor Courses have been designed and developed in accordance with the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors & the National Education Standards. The IC1 course represents the didactic component and practical application of the educational process for EMS educators specified in over 40 States EMS Rules for Lead Instructors. The course content provides an introduction to a broad span of educational theory that is heavily reliant on brain-based learning and evidence-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.

Oct. 19-21, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course
Hamilton, ON, Canada
register online | details
The National EMS Instructor Courses have been designed and developed in accordance with the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors & the National Education Standards. The IC1 course represents the didactic component and practical application of the educational process for EMS educators specified in over 40 States EMS Rules for Lead Instructors. The course content provides an introduction to a broad span of educational theory that is heavily reliant on brain-based learning and evidence-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.

Oct. 21-24, 2018
International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) 2018 Annual Conference
& EMEX Expo

Grand Rapids, Michigan
event site

Oct. 21-25, 2018
American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress

Boston, Massachusetts
event site

Oct. 22-24, 2018
Air Medical Transport Conference

Phoenix, Arizona
event site

Oct. 23-25, 2018
Hale Borealis Forum

Anchorage, Alaska
event site
The Hale Borealis Forum is a 2½-day conference that brings together healthcare, EMS, emergency management, law enforcement, and other critical stakeholders from rural communities from across the country, with a focus on public health and medical emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. Learn through partnerships how to ensure your rural community healthcare system is resilient to public health and medical emergencies and disasters.

Oct. 26-27, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 2 Instructor Course
Los Angeles, California
details
NAEMSE is proud to present the Level II Instructor Course. This course is representative of the 2002 National Guidelines for EMS Educators and will provide educators and program directors with the tools and information needed to further build their leadership skills and better evaluate programs, students, and faculty. While Level I of the NAEMSE instructor course is ideal for the beginning educator, Level II is geared more towards the experienced instructor. The Level II course represents the next step in the formalized education process.

Oct. 26-28, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course
Fargo, North Dakota
details
The National EMS Instructor Courses have been designed and developed in accordance with the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors & the National Education Standards. The IC1 course represents the didactic component and practical application of the educational process for EMS educators specified in over 40 States EMS Rules for Lead Instructors. The course content provides an introduction to a broad span of educational theory that is heavily reliant on brain-based learning and evidence-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.

Oct. 29-31, 2018
National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) 2018 Annual Meeting

Nashville, Tennessee
held in conjunction with EMS World Expo
event site

Oct. 30, 2018
World Trauma Symposium

presented by NAEMT and held in conjunction with EMS World Expo
Nashville, Tennessee
event site

Oct. 29-Nov. 2, 2018
EMS World Expo
Nashville, Tennessee
details and registration

Nov. 2, 2018
Scripps: The 2018 San Diego Day of Trauma
"Trauma 2020: A Glimpse into the Future of Trauma CAre"

Kona Kai Resort
San Diego, California
event site
Care of the injured is rapidly evolving. The recent call for zero preventable deaths has sharpened our efforts to both critically evaluate the way we currently care for trauma patients, and search for innovations which will make that goal achievable. At the same time, the “Silver Tsunami” of elderly injured continues to overwhelm our trauma centers with patients who are in poor health, many with an already limited life expectancy prior to their current injury. These complications add to the challenges already faced by trauma and emergency medical providers when it comes to providing both reasonable and compassionate care to injured seniors. This conference will focus on both critical review of current practice and the innovations which will change the way we care for the injured, including elderly patients. Nationally renowned speakers will present state-of-the-art management of life threatening emergencies commonly encountered in the field. Conference speakers will include specialists in pre-hospital care, trauma surgery, and critical care. Lectures, real-life case presentations, and interactive sessions will engage attendees and promote improved patient outcomes.

Nov. 2-4, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course
Orlando, Florida
details
The National EMS Instructor Courses have been designed and developed in accordance with the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors & the National Education Standards. The IC1 course represents the didactic component and practical application of the educational process for EMS educators specified in over 40 States EMS Rules for Lead Instructors. The course content provides an introduction to a broad span of educational theory that is heavily reliant on brain-based learning and evidence-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.

Nov. 27-29, 2018
7th Annual National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference

New Orleans, Louisiana
details
The 7th Annual National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference (NHCPC) is being held this November in New Orleans. NHCPC is expanding opportunities for learning about the implementation of healthcare coalitions and coalition activities in our communities. While the NHCPC supports coalitions attempting to meet HHS/ASPR HPP and CDC PHEP grant program requirements, the Conference is independent and exists for coalitions, by coalitions.

Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 2018
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE): National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course
Joliet, Illinois
register online | details
The National EMS Instructor Courses have been designed and developed in accordance with the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors & the National Education Standards. The IC1 course represents the didactic component and practical application of the educational process for EMS educators specified in over 40 States EMS Rules for Lead Instructors. The course content provides an introduction to a broad span of educational theory that is heavily reliant on brain-based learning and evidence-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.