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FDIC International

April 8, 2019 – April 13, 2019

Indianapolis, IN

National EMS Safety Summit

March 26, 2019 – March 29, 2019

Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver - Downtown Convention Center 1420 Stout Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
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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.

EMS Leadership Academy (Part 1)

March 19, 2019 – March 22, 2019

Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas City Center 4655 Dean Martin Drive Las Vegas, NV 89103

Fee: $3,400.00

Prerequisite: Students must register for both Parts I & II, unless special circumstances apply.

Part I:  March 19-22, 2019
Part II:  May 14-17, 2019

Part I of the Academy (previously “Levels I & II”) will be held March 19-22, 2019. These four days of courses will begin you with the everyday challenges facing EMS leaders by inverting the way you think about running an EMS organization. Learn to manage with leadership in mind.

Part I addresses each participant’s personal leadership challenges, moving beyond management to the art and practice of leading. Leaders see destinations and inspire people to move toward those destinations. This part of the Academy prepares you to reflect on the basics of leadership and the leadership tools of listening, imagining and storytelling.

The Future Starts Now: Implementation of EMS Agenda 2050

March 11, 2019


EMS Focus webinar hosted by NHTSA’s Office of EMS on March 11 at 2pm ET / 11am PT

Released earlier this year, EMS Agenda 2050 presents a compelling vision for a people-centered EMS system. But how do we turn that vision into a reality? It will take deliberate actions at every level, from individuals, agency leaders, elected officials, state regulators, national organizations and more.

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EMS Today 2019

February 20, 2019 – February 22, 2019

Washington, DC 

NASEMSO Medical Directors Council Mid-Year Meeting

January 9, 2019

JW Marriott, 110 E 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701
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To be held in conjunction with the NAEMSP meeting.

Room 402-403
1:00 – 6:00 PM  (Download Agenda)

Registration fee:
Members – $90
Non-Members – $90
EMS Fellows- $25

Registration deadline – January 1, 2019
Cancellation date – December 27, 2018
Cancellation policy – If you must cancel, please do so in writing by December 27, 2018.  NASEMSO will provide a full refund.   We regret that we cannot refund any fees as of December 28, 2018 because we must submit complete commitments for facilities, materials and meals.

If we do not hear from you by December 27, 2018, we assume that you will participate based on your registration and will incur costs on your behalf.  Therefore, if you do not cancel, your registration fees are due even if you do not attend.

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Webinar: The New National Scope of Practice and What it Means for You

December 18, 2018

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EMS Focus webinar hosted by NHTSA’s Office of EMS on December 18 at 2pm EST

First developed more than a decade ago, the National EMS Scope of Practice Model defined the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve competence for each of the four levels of EMS clinician: EMR, EMT, AEMT and paramedic. The 2018 revision marks the first significant update in more than a decade and is sure to have an impact on the education, credentialing and licensure of EMS clinicians for many years.

In this webinar, you’ll learn why revising the Model was so critical and how changes within the profession and medical science over the last decade influenced its content. The panel will also provide insight into many of the decisions they made when writing the Model, which will soon be available on You’ll also be among the first to hear about the effort to revise the National EMS Education Standards – including ways you can provide input.

In addition, the panelists will share:

  • A quick history of the original Scope of Practice Model and why it matters
  • The process for updating the document and gathering input from the EMS community
  • How the new National EMS Scope of Practice Model will influence EMS practice across the country now and in the future
2:00 p.m. EST
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Webinar Details:

Hosted by the NHTSA Office of EMS, the panelists include:

  • Dan Manz, Project Champion, 2018 National EMS Scope of Practice Model
  • Scott Bourn, PhD, RN, FACHE, Co-Chair, 2018 National EMS Scope of Practice Model Project Expert Panel
  • Bryan Ericson, MEd, RN, NRP, LP, Project Lead, National EMS Education Standards Revision
  • Jon Krohmer, MD, Director, NHTSA Office of EMS

Attendees will be encouraged to submit questions during any point of the discussion. The webinar and Q&A will last approximately one hour. Sign up to get email updates about this webinar series, new projects and more.


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National EMS Level 1 Instructor Course

November 30, 2018 – December 2, 2018

Joliet, IL
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