August 6, 2020
We are pleased to announce the selection of Dr. David C. Cone as the next editor-in-chief of Prehospital Emergency Care (PEC), NAEMSP’s official journal. Dr. Cone succeeds Dr. Jim Menegazzi, who has worked since the journal was founded in 1997 to establish PEC as the EMS subspecialty’s most respected journal—a task that Dr. Cone plans to continue and expand upon as editor-in-chief.
The 2021 Call for Abstracts is now available. Click here for more information and to submit your abstract today.
Submission deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 8.
As more cases of COVID-19 are reported in the U.S., the amount of guidance material being released can become daunting. The media isn’t necessarily helping either as the hype simply adds to the confusion, fear and unnecessary panic. As EMS professionals, we are trained to deal with infectious diseases, and we encourage you to refer to the CDC, WHO, NHTSA EMS.gov and your local and state regulatory institutions for the latest information on coronavirus. For your ease of reference, NAEMSP has curated resources on our website to quickly link you to helpful information including EMS-specific information that may help you generate your own local protocols for issues such as alternative response configurations. Be sure to check back frequently for updates.
The application period is now open through August 15. Physician, Professional and now International members can apply. Click here for more information.
Click here to nominate someone today for the following awards presented at the annual meeting:
Submission deadline is Oct. 1.
- Ronald D. Stewart Award
- Keith Neely Outstanding Contribution to EMS Award
- Friends of EMS Award
Save the date for the 2021 NAEMSP Annual Meeting. Registration opens in September. Click here for more information.
Please click here for the LLSA Reading Lists, including the new release for 2020.
May 16, 2019
The NAEMSP Education Committee is proud to release NAEMSP's Learning Management System (LMS).
Need free Physician AMA Category 1 CME? There are three bundles from which to choose.
Members can access the Learning Center (aka LMS) via the direct link that was provided in the May 16, 2019 announcement or from the home page of the website, under the Career Development.
- Airway and Ventilation
- System-Based Practice
Click here for more information on the LMS.
We hope our members find this new benefit valuable.
The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma (ACS-COT), American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), and the National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP) have previously offered varied guidance on the role of backboards and spinal immobilization in out-of-hospital situations. This updated consensus statement on spinal motion restriction in the trauma patient represents the collective positions of the ACS-COT, ACEP and NAEMSP. Read more.
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.
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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).
Click here to read the full paper