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NASEMSO Projects

Veteran to Civilian EMS Transition Project


 

NASEMSO Spring 2017 Meeting & Exhibit

Mar. 6-9, 2017
New Orleans, LA
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NASEMSO Fall 2017 Meeting

Oct. 9-12, 2017
Oklahoma City, OK
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The Washington Update

Jan-Feb 2017 (PDF)
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State EMS Job Board

Learn about State EMS job opportunities or request that your job listing be posted

 

NASEMSO STORE

 

Calendar of EMS Industry Events

 

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NASEMSO Internet Policies

 

Member Benefits

NASEMSO membership affords a variety of opportunities to participate in activities with state EMS officials. Benefits include: representation and adovcacy on EMS issues; a twice-monthly newsletter with EMS issues updates; a professional journal; "mini-survey" short data collection projects on specific EMS issues; opportunities for committee service and networking; an Annual Meeting and Expo; the EMS Leadership Skills Workshop; and more.

Please contact the NASEMSO Membership Director with any questions about membership benefits.

Representation

The association speaks on behalf of state EMS programs, and advocates to sustain strong EMS systems on a national level.

Publications

Washington Update

The Washington Update provides members with monthly electronic transmittals reporting on the latest regulatory and legislative activities, national projects, and resource developments for EMS constituents and related stakeholder groups.



Professional Journal

As the official journal of the National Association of State EMS Officials, Prehospital Emergency Care is an authoritative resource delivering up-to-date clinical and research information on advances in medical care in the out-of-hospital setting. It provides cutting-edge articles on all facets of the EMS field. NASEMSO members are now eligible to receive PEC at $56, a 50% discount to the regular subscription rate!! Access podcasts and more…

Download subscription form with special offer of one-year subscription to Prehospital Emergency Care at 50% off

Other Publication Discounts

Elsevier Publications offers NASEMSO members one free year's digital subscription to the Journal of Emergency Medical Services and one year's subscrition to the EMS Insider at 55% off. Log in to the members only area, and then click here.

Access to the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) and its Critical Sectors - Healthcare & Public Health (CS-HPH) Community

NASEMSO members are entitled to access to the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) community, which also includes subscriptions to the weekly DHS INFOGRAM newsletter as well as the For Official Use Only (FOUO) information published by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The Critical Sectors – Healthcare & Public Health (CS-HPH) community is part of HSIN. Through HPH-HSIN, users have access to: timely, relevant and actionable information about threats, vulnerabilities, security, policy, cybersecurity, and incident response and recovery activities affecting the healthcare and public health community; alerts and notifications of credible threats; best practices for protection and preparedness measures for HPH stakeholders; CIKR preparedness and resilience analysis and research products; and communication and collaboration with other subject matter experts. Download the HPH-HSIN flyer here for complete details.

Mini-Survey Service (for state EMS officials only)

The NASEMSO mini-survey service provides a quick turn-around data collection mechanism for state EMS offices, on specific EMS issues.

Mailing List

NASEMSO is the only source of a comprehensive listing of EMS agencies across the country. Data is updated twice yearly and includes about 18,000 contacts; rental fees are $100 per thousand.

Committee Service

NASEMSO has a well-developed and active committee structure. Information exchange, detailed issues examination, and action recommendations occur at this level for policy implementation by the Executive Committee. Current standing committees include: Communications & Technology, Domestic Preparedness, EMS for Children, Government Affairs, Injury Prevention, Rural EMS, and more.

NASEMSO Spring Meeting

The NASEMSO Spring Meeting's purpose is to address emergency medical services and homeland security legislative and regulatory issues; the EMS work force; NASEMSO project updates (model rules for ambulance vehicle design, model interstate compact for personnel licensure, model EMS clinical guidelines, air medical task force, intelligent transportation and traffic incident management developments, and model trauma plan); the National EMS Education Standards project; and more. Programs are conducted in a variety of formats to maximize information exchange and dialogue with state EMS officials on current EMS issues.

NASEMSO Fall Meeting

The purpose of the NASEMSO Fall Meeting is to address current issues and trends in emergency medical services systems.

EMS Leadership Skills Workshop

Designed for the new state EMS official and designated personnel, the 1 day EMS Leadership Skills Workshop covers a review of the functions of state EMS offices and advisory boards; EMS topics of national significance; national EMS resources and more. The Workshop is held in conjunction with the NASEMSO Annual Meeting.

Monographs, Reports, and Other Resources

Periodic data collection from state EMS offices determines how each state's programs compare in terms of structure, services, and regulations. The documented results are very useful to anyone who is interested in national, state, and local EMS policy development. In addition to monographs, NASEMSO also provides final reports from council/committee assessments, joint statements, summit findings, etc.