News & Events

Past Events

EMS World Expo

October 14, 2019 – October 18, 2019

New Orleans, LA

West Region Meeting

October 1, 2019 – October 3, 2019

Residence Inn Marriott - Portland Downtown RiverPlace, Portland, OR
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Topics will include: Community Paramedics/Mobile Integrated Healthcare, Rural & Frontier EMS, disparities in EMS care, the Travis Alert Act and sharing resources across state boundaries, patient surge and repatriation.

Registration Deadline:  September 9, 2019 at 5:00 pm ET. Please note that onsite registration is not available.

Cancellation Deadline:  September 23, 2019 at 5:00 pm ET.

All cancellations must be provided in writing.

Written cancellations can be emailed to, faxed to 703-241-5603 or mailed to NASEMSO headquarters (201 Park Washington Court, Falls Church, VA 22046). Verbal cancellations will not be accepted. NASEMSO headquarters will provide you a cancellation number to confirm receipt of your cancellation.

If you must cancel, please do so in writing.  If we do not hear from you by September 23, 2019 at 5:00 pm ET we assume that you will participate based on your registration.

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Emergency Nurses Association Annual Meeting

September 29, 2019 – October 2, 2019

Austin, TX

Western Plains Regional Conference

September 23, 2019 – September 25, 2019

Kansas City, MO
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Regional Western Plains members are invited to join us for the annual regional conference. In addition to several interesting and timely presentations, this conference provides a great networking opportunity for state EMS officials from: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.

Conference details
Registration fee: $100 (regional members only)
Maximum: 45

Cancellation Policy
Full refund if cancelled before September 16, 2019. No refunds available after this date.

Meeting Agenda

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August 21, 2019 – October 31, 2019

EARTH EX a virtual exercise focusing on what is called a Black Sky event.  The international exercise (last year there were nine nations represented) is free of charge and is available to anyone that has a computer connection.  This year’s exercise will have 36 different lanes of play with local government being one of the lanes.  There is also private sector, federal, state, health lanes just to name a few.  There is also an Individual and Family lane.  The exercise will be open from August 21st until October 31st.  For more information on the council and on EARTH EX please visit:

EMS-XTLS Conference

August 10, 2019

Johnson City, TN
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The Emergency Medical Services Experiential Team Based Learning and Simulation (EMS-XTLS) conference is a unique learning experience hosted at the ETSU James H. Quillen College of Medicine in Johnson City, Tennessee. XTLS brings highly skilled EMS providers and other emergency personnel from all over the region together to work on skills and gain knowledge through hands on simulation and experience. This year’s conference will include 8 different learning stations. Through the use of a state of the art simulation lab, virtual reality anatomy lab, and instruction from a group of physicians and other professionals that lead their fields, XTLS provides participants with an educational experience second to none.

August 10, 2019, 7:30 am-5:00 pm.

Cost of registration is $60.00 and includes breakfast, lunch, and a T-shirt.

Approved by the TN Office of EMS for 8.0 Contact Education Hours (CEHs) and awaiting approval in VA and NC

IAFC Annual Conference: Fire-Rescue International

August 7, 2019 – August 10, 2019

Atlanta, GA

National Association of EMS Educators Annual Meeting

July 31, 2019 – August 5, 2019

Fort Worth, TX

2019 RITN Workshop – Crisis in Context: Minding the Gaps in Medical Preparedness for a Rad/Nuke Incident

July 30, 2019 – July 31, 2019

DoubleTree Crystal City, Arlington, VA

The Radiation Injury Treatment Network seeks to increase the understanding of and preparedness for the tremendous medical, environmental, and psychological consequences of a mass casualty radiological/nuclear incident for healthcare professionals. The 2019 RITN workshop will highlight recent developments in resource-constrained environments: (1) optimizing ARS initial assessment and triage, (2) ensuring the availability and appropriate use of medical and psycho-social supportive care, (3) disseminating the latest research in radiation-specific medical countermeasures, (4) applying technology as a force multiplier for care and education, and (5) enhancing collaboration among burn surgeons and RITN professionals. Additionally, the workshop will encourage open sharing of lessons learned from past efforts.

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