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Sept. 19-22, 2016
Albuquerque, New Mexico
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National EMS Week Is Celebrated May 15-21, 2016

(05/15/16) National EMS Week takes May 15-21, 2016, with this year's theme being "Called to Care." National EMS Week is the perfect time to honor your local EMS professionals and promote awareness of their everyday service to the public. Here are some links for more information:

Presidential Proclamation

2016 Events to Honor Fallen EMS Heroes
> May 14-20, 2016: National EMS Memorial Bike Ride
> May 21, 2016: National EMS Memorial Service
> Third weekend in May 2016: National EMS Weekend of Honor

Download complete details here.
> May 15-21, 2015
National EMS Week
(order form for planning guides)

Kevin McGinnis EMS Message (video)

#Drones4Good Tumblr blog
True Priority and the FirstNet Network Video
FirstNet and Emergency Medical Services Fact Sheet
FirstNet Looks to Continue EMS Collaboration on New Public Safety Broadband Network Article (EMS Insider access required)


NASEMSO Fall Meeting Registration Is Now Open

(05/15/16) Online registration is now open for the NASEMSO 2016 Fall Meeting, set for Sept 19-23, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque, Albuquerque, New Mexico. The early bird registration deadline is Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016, with registration fees increasing as of Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. A preliminary program is available, as well as hotel information.

The purpose of the NASEMSO Fall Meeting is to address current issues and trends in emergency medical services systems. Programs are conducted in a variety of formats to maximize information exchange and dialogue with state EMS officials on current EMS issues. Exhibits of advanced equipment, technology, and services are part of the meeting.

 

|EMS News & Resources

National EMS Weekend of Honor to be Held May 20-22 in Washington, DC

(05/09/16) The National EMS Memorial Service, the National EMS Memorial Foundation, and the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride will pay tribute to 32 fallen EMS and air medical providers from 15 states during the 2016 National EMS Weekend of Honor, scheduled May 20-22 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City at Reagan National Airport, 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway in Arlington, Va. There are many activities and events during the three-day 2016 National EMS Weekend of Honor, including events that the public and media are invited and encouraged to attend as a show of support for the selfless service and sacrifice of the 2016 honorees. Download press release with details. Download media alert on the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride.

The 4-1-1 on NASEMSO Projects and Activities from the Current Issue of the Washington Update

  • Fatigue in EMS: the expert panel and research team met in Washington, DC on Apr. 26-27. Several EMS organizations and observers were present as the project team, using the GRADE methodology, worked on developing PICO questions to commence its literature search into the evidence.
  • EMS Compass: 66 individual comments were received in the most recent public comment period along with letter responses from AAA and NAEMT. The 2nd batch of measures (STEMI and SCA) will launch May 13.
  • National Model EMS Clinical Guidelines: moving into next phase of project. Revisions anticipated along with new content.
  • REPLICA: only 3 more states are needed to enact legislation that would enable implementation of the EMS licensure compact. NASEMSO Board of Directors has established an interim committee to help build the foundation of the REPLICA Commission.
  • FACTOID on naloxone administration for opioid overdose by BLS personnel: 92% of states already permit EMT’s to administer naloxone or are currently engaged in a regulatory process to allow and 80% of states that have them, allow it at the EMR/First Responder level.
  • Ground Ambulance Vehicle Standards and EMS Safety Resource: while still under development, the goal of SafeAmbulances.org is to compile information about ground ambulance standards and EMS safety into a single portal.

NASEMSO Is Strategic Partner of EMS STRONG

(03/07/16) Produced by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), in partnership with the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT), EMS STRONG is a campaign designed to celebrate, unite, and inspire the men and women of EMS 365 days a year. NASEMSO is a strategic partner of EMS STRONG. EMS STRONG is the bond you share with fellow first responders. Sometimes that bond is expressed in a silent nod of recognition, and other times it takes the form of war stories shared for the umpteenth time. But it’s always there. EMS STRONG is what draws a special few together to do incredibly important work, often under difficult circumstances, and many times with little thanks. Learn more about the campaign here. Download press release.
 

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