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It is necessary to define quality in emergency medical services (EMS) and create a common foundation and resource for leaders who work to improve the quality of EMS care. This includes EMS medical directors, quality researchers, EMS educators, those drafting quality metrics, electronic healthcare record (EHR) vendors, EMS stakeholder groups, and regulatory and federal entities working in the EMS quality space (e.g., NHTSA OEMS, HRSA, EIIC, AHRQ, NQF).

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Started October 2015 by the Department of Homeland Security and with the cumulative effort of multiple organizations, the Stop the Bleed campaign seeks to improve public education in hemorrhage control, particularly in terrorism-related mass casualty events.  The basics of hemorrhage control are applicable in a wide variety of instances, however.  From motor vehicle collisions during rush hour, to hunting or camping accidents in the wilderness, laypeople are the key in the initial response to traumatic hemorrhage.  

It is with this in mind that we present to medical directors a resource that can assist in helping educate the public, as well as local government officials, in planning for and responding to severe, exsanguinating hemorrhage.

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NAEMSP is now accepting abstracts for the 2019 NAEMSP Annual Meeting.  Submission deadline is August 6.

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The NAEMSP Council of EMS Fellowship Directors (CEMSFD) is pleased to present the 2018 Match Dates:

  • ​Aug. 22, 2018 - Match Opens
  • Sept. 26, 2018 - Rank Order List Entry Opens
  • Oct. 17, 2018 - Quota Change Deadline
  • Oct. 31, 2018 - Rank Order List Certification Deadline
  • Nov. 14, 2018 - Match Day

Apply yourself or nominate someone today to serve on NAEMSP's Board of Directors for 2019-2021.  Deadline to apply is Monday, July 23.

Click here​ for the Call for Nominations.

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