PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Maximize your time at EMS TODAY by adding half-day(s) or full day pre-conference workshops to your Gold (3-day) or Silver (2-day) full conference registration.

These unique, CE certified workshops are designed to provide in-depth clinical and hands-on instruction to students and will take place on Tuesday, February 20, 2018.  These workshops are taught by recognized experts in the world of EMS... and we do mean world, with several international instructors! 

Don't forget that complimentary lunch is provided for all students registered for two 4-hour workshops or one 8-hour workshop!

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FULL-DAY WORKSHOPS:

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 /// 8:00AM - 5:00PM

 

EMS Supervisor Leadership Academy (#19882)

NREMT: Other Continuing Education,NEMSMA
Instructors:
Robert Farmer, BSM, FACPE, Public Safety Evangelist and NextGen Solutions Director, Atos Public Safety
Ryan Greenberg, Executive Director, MedSpan Integrated Health

Workshop Description
This full-day leadership academy, based on the Lee County (FL) Public Safety Leadership Academy and the NEMSMA Seven Pillars of EMS Officer Competencies, provides aspiring and new supervisors with several critical skills they need in order to perform in their new role. The workshop is broken up into seven parts, with each part related to one of the “Seven Pillars of EMS Officer Competencies–Supervisor Officer." Each section uses an activity from the Lee County Public Safety Leadership Academy and is based on a competency needed to perform well as a new Supervising Officer. The academy will cover a wide array of leadership topics including, but not limited to the following: Communications skills and techniques Conflict management Public speaking Process improvement Ethics This hands-on workshop will allow you to learn by doing and hear how leaders from across the country have utilized different ways to solve problems while ending up with similar results.

Cost: $225.00 Before Jan. 19/$250.00 After Jan. 19


Essentials of Advanced Airway Management (#19880)

NREMT: Airway, Respiration and Ventilation
Instructor:
Michael Keller, NRP, Southeast Regional Coordinator, The Difficult Airway Course: EMS

Workshop Description
Essentials of Advanced Airway Management is an 8-hour course designed for ALS providers who perform advanced airway management, including intubation and NIPPV, without the use of sedatives and/or paralytics. Like all airway managers, these providers benefit from tools which help predict difficulty before initiation of airway management and those which are designed to rescue a failed airway. In addition to equipping these providers with the necessary tools to optimize patient airway care within their protocols, this course explains the evidence related to EMS airway management giving attendees a context for their practice.

Cost: $225.00 Before Jan. 19/$250.00 After Jan. 19


The National Conference on Law & Policy (#20086)

NREMT: Other Continuing Education
Instructors:

Chad Brocato, JD, DHSc, Attorney/Partner, Murphy & Brocato Law
Doug Wolfberg, JD, Partner, Page, Wolfberg & Wirth LLC
Scot Phelps, JD, MPH, Professor of Ambulance Science, The Emergency Management Academy
Skip Kirkwood, JD, FACPE, Director, Durham County EMS
Steve Wirth, JD, Attorney/Partner, Page, Wolfberg & Wirth LLC

Workshop Description
James O. Page, the founder of JEMS and father of modern day EMS started the National EMS Law and Policy Conference, the first of which was held in Washington DC in 1990.  JEMS and Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, LLC have joined to bring this conference back into the limelight.  As the clinical and operational aspects of EMS continue to expand and progress, this conference examines the legal aspects of EMS development.  Does the law promote this progress or obstruct it?  Is the public represented and protected by the policies that define and govern prehospital emergency care?  In Jim’s words: “This conference takes decades of collective medical-legal experience in EMS and explores how that experience has shaped EMS policies, practices and procedures.”  Join a distinguished faculty – made up of some of the most prominent members of the legal and EMS communities – as we examine the current state of EMS law and policy.  Sessions will be “team taught” by the experts addressing some of the most pressing – and sometimes controversial – issues that shape EMS law and policy now and into the future. 

Cost: $225.00 Before Jan. 19/$250.00 After Jan. 19.


The Entrepreneurial EMS Agency – How EMS Service Leaders Can Take Advantage of the EMS 3.0 Transformation (#20087)

NREMT: Other Continuing Education
Instructors:

Douglas Hooten, MBA, CEO, Medstar Mobile Healthcare
Jonathan Washko, NRP, MBA, AEMD, Assistant Vice President of Operations, Northwell Center for EMS
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HAS, EMT, Chief Strategic Integration Officer, MedStar Mobile Healthcare
Robert Nadolski, BS, NREMT-P (ret.), Clinical Administrator, Emory Healthcare / School of Medicine

Workshop Description
Changing stakeholder expectations for how EMS will demonstrate value provides an exceptional opportunity for entrepreneurial EMS service leaders to capitalize on the EMS 3.0 transformation.  Educational systems and payer systems are also changing and there are more healthcare partners willing to re-write the EMS economic and value model.  This session will highlight the Top 10 trends occurring in EMS payment policies to help you prepare for the changes likely to occur within the EMS industry. Registered attendees will help craft some of the topics discussed by responding to a “Top 5” topics they would like covered via a survey that they will receive in advance of the workshop.  Session objectives: Understand the current economic environment for our nation’s healthcare system and EMS agencies Understand the details of recent reports published about EMS service sustainability Learn 5 ways to effect legislative and regulatory change to promote EMS innovation Learn how to cost and price payments for alternate service delivery models to become more efficient, effective and valuable Apply data metrics to develop outcome and performance-based reporting dashboards Develop Alternate Payment Model (APM) workbooks for use with payers.

Cost: $225.00 Before Jan. 19/$250.00 After Jan. 19


Drones & Artificial Intelligence as Tools for Public Safety (#20088)
Off-site Workshop // Location: to be determined.

NREMT: Other Continuing Education
Instructors:
Andreas Claesson, PhD, RN, EMT-P, Researcher, Karolinska Institue's Centre for Resuscitation Science
Andreas Cleve, CEO /Co-founder, Corti.ai
Douglas Spotted Eagle, Instructor and Industry Consultant, Sundance Media Group
Jennifer Pidgen, COO, Sundance Media Group

Workshop Description
This cutting-edge full-day workshop, will be presented by industry-leading drone consulting, education and implementation group, Sundance Media Group (SMG), and feature Douglas Spotted Eagle of SMG and Andreas Claesson, an award-winning drone researcher and implementation specialist from Stockholm, Sweden. Each will provide you with the education you need to explore and move into the new world of drones/UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) for public safety purposes. This special workshop will also introduce you to the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) which can help make important choices and enable personnel to get to the appropriate response faster and be more accurate in their diagnosis, since the AI can find causality where humans cannot; seamlessly validating information in the background as every call develops. 
The workshop will begin with a solid overview of current drone/UAV regulations and requirements in the United States, including:

  • Regulatory requirements (107 Certification, COA’s & Waivers)
  • Best practices of implementing UAV as a tool (Aircraft, Accessories, intent of UAV as a tool, etc.)
  • Identifying and Mitigating Risk in UAV Operations

The workshop will then move into actual applications underway that delivery AEDs and other medical supplies to hard-to-serve and remote areas; use of drones (tethered and free-flying) for overhead command/control/surveillance/reconnaissance/lighting; use of thermal imagery cameras to find survivors at disaster scenes and MCIs, particular at nighttime or remote incidents; delivery of personal flotation devices to swimmers in distress – well before the arrival of a rescue swimmer; and geo-locate (via altimeter and geographic mean) firefighters and other responders trapped in high-rise fires. Futuristic applications such as the resupply of EMS units or delivery of essential supplies to firefighters and law enforcement officers under adverse conditions via drones, and other applications, will also be discussed. Andreas Claesson, PhD, RN, EMT-P, will present his award-winning work in the research and development of UAV use to deliver drones in Sweden to facilitate early defibrillation in out-of-hospital-cardiac-arrest (OHCA). His epic work has evaluated a system that uses geographical information system (GIS)-models.
By weighing the EMS-response time and the incidence of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) in rural parts of Stockholm county areas presenting with a prolonged EMS response time (>20 minutes) were identified. These primarily coastal areas are heavily inhabited during summer vacations and had about 0% survival. GIS models showed a potential of drone-delivered AED with a timesaving of 19 minutes. When matching these areas with existing infrastructure in terms of EMS/fire, sea rescue stations, airports and restricted areas regarding aviation legislation specific points for installation of drone systems were found. Beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flights were performed in October 2016 to historical OHCAs showing a mean reduction in arrival time of 16 minutes as compared to EMS ground response. Upon dispatch, a drone was able to be launched in just 3 seconds to GPS-coordinates sent to them. The drone then flew predefined flight-routes over un-populated areas (acres, waterways etc.) to the target area. Dr. Claesson will also discuss the use of drones in cardiac arrest due to drowning which has also been tested in simulated settings. When sending live-video feed from an UAV at a major beach in Sweden from 60 meters altitude - to a tablet, victims could be located very early. He will also present how the first drones for search and rescue purposes were implemented in Scandinavia in June 2017 at Tylösand surf-lifesaving club, providing situational awareness and the early delivery of flotation devices to drowning victims - dropping self-inflatable buoys to swimmers in distress.
SMG will then present several public safety UAV Applications:

  • Dropping Flotation
  • Devices
  • Dropping Survival Gear (e.g. to hikers)
  • User of tethered drones 
  • Finding alzheimer patients who wear special wristbands

Use of Artificial Intelligence
A special lecture on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will then be presented by Andreas Cleve, CEO of Corti.ai, based out of Copenhagen Denmark and San Francisco. Corti has been working with Copenhagen EMS and other clients to bring Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Speech Recognition(ASR) to EMS dispatch centers, operations and field diagnosis.  He will present on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can now equip people and public institutions to better handle imperative problems by converting “conversations” and turning a massive amount of stored/absorb data into actionable insights that advances the art of decision-making, seamlessly. Corti's technology listens in when the dispatch center receives a call and helps the agent find the right response in a matter of questions by analyzing critical information being presented to dispatchers along with paramedic findings, patient history or patterns across different calls. 
Hands on Demonstrations:
Douglas Spotted Eagle and Andreas Claesson  will introduce attendees to state-of-the-art Unmanned Aerial Vehicles currently available and show how easily and effectively they can be utilized by public safety personnel.


Cost: $250.00 Before Jan. 19/$275.00 After Jan. 19


Essentials of Wilderness Medicine for EMTs and Paramedics (#19869)
Off-site Workshop // Location: to be determined.

NREMT: Medical
Instructors:
Jonathan Politis, MPA, NRP, EMS Educator/Consultant/Paramedic, Jon Politis Emergency Services Education
Will Smith, MD, Paramedic, Jackson Hole Fire/EMS, National Park Service

Workshop Description
Caring for and evacuating a patient located beyond the "road head" provides a unique set of challenges for prehospital care providers. In fact, the rural, remote or "wilderness" incidents are big magnifiers of small problems. Rescuers and EMS responders need to think differently in these environments! The environment, response distance and ability to carry everything needed at these incidents means a different approach is needed. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or a provider who occasionally faces prolonged care situations, your understanding of the concepts of Wilderness Medicine are essential. Based on Wilderness Medical Association guidelines, this highly informative and interactive session with be taught with a mixture of lecture, discussion and hands on training.  Wilderness Medicine experts, Dr. Will Smith and Jon Politis will spend the day covering: -Anatomy of a backcountry emergency -Preventing emergencies and the essentials of outdoor leadership -Dealing with common wilderness medical issues -Common environmental emergencies -Adapting supplies and equipment to the wilderness environment -Essentials of helicopter evacuation/rescue -Improvised wilderness evacuation -Litter evacuation/carries Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast seeking to enhance your backcountry skills or an emergency responder who gets called to extended care situations, this 8-hour workshop will be invaluable to you and your agency!

Cost: $250.00 Before Jan. 19/$275.00 After Jan. 19

Off-site Workshop // Location: MEDIC Facility


Stimulating Simulation - A Deep Dive Into EMS Best Practice of Simulation Techniques (#19881)

NREMT: Other Continuing Education,NEMSMA

Instructors:
Amar Patel, DHSc, MS, NRP, Director, Center for Innovative Learning WakeMed Health
Andrew E. Spain, MA, NCEE, EMT-P, Director of Accreditation and Certification, Society for Simulation in Healthcare
Brian Shimberg, MEDIC
David Garber, AS-EMS, NC EMT-P, Field Training Officer, Educator, MEDIC
Jay Black, Education Quality Specialist, MEDIC
Jennifer McCarthy, MAS, NRP, MICP, CHSE, Paramedic Science Program, Bergen Community College
Malcolm Leirmoe, Education and Quality Specialist; Tactical Medic, MEDIC
Thomas Porcelli, MEDIC
Timothy Whitaker, BS, EMT-P, CMTE, CHSE, CHSOS, Clinical Educator, CAE Healthcare

Workshop Description
This simulation preconference session will be an immersive 8-hour course held at the new, ultra-modern MEDIC Simulation Center in Charlotte, NC which features state-of-the-art simulation technology, realistic rooms and props, sound stages and audio-video control center. This comprehensive Workshop at MEDIC’s new $62 million headquarters session will offer participants the opportunity to experience multiple different modalities of simulation by multiple leading simulation and medical equipment manufacturers. Participants will be offered a first-hand opportunity to see and try different modalities that can be used to achieve the same learning outcomes. The immersive education sessions will be powerful because participants will actively practice what they are interested in learning and teaching. Although EMS educators have been using simulation as a teaching modality, often there is gap in knowledge about the fundamentals of evidence-based practice within EMS simulation. For this reason, a short, interactive discussion will provide an overview of the fundamentals of simulation to ensure that all participants, regardless of experience, have a similar reference point of the basis of effective simulation techniques. The session will continue to engage in creative ways to enhance the simulation environment for improved realism. The participants will then take a MEDIC Simulation Center tour where they will learn how each of the spaces is utilized and what learning objectives are taught in each area. After lunch, staff and simulation vendors offer four rotations (Outlined below). Detailed scenarios and/or instructional objectives will be provided to the vendor and a course faculty member will help facilitate the session. Space is limited to 30.

Cost: $250.00 Before Jan. 19/$275.00 After Jan. 19

 

HALF-DAY WORKSHOPS:

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 /// 8:00AM - 12:00PM

 

12-Lead ECG Acquisition and Interpretation Made Easy (#19892)

NREMT: Cardiovascular
Instructor:
Scott Crawford, NRP, FP-C, EMSI, Paramedic/Firefighter, Omaha Fire Department

Workshop Description
This workshop is designed for clinicians with little or no experience in analyzing 12 lead ECGs. Your host, seasoned EMS educator and clinician Scott Crawford, has a demonstrated ability to present complex topics in a manner that is both enjoyable and promotes retention. Scott will focus on multiple learning points, including proper placement of the electrodes in an easy-to-remember manner, a solid review of ECG basic concepts, the value of multi-lead monitoring, an innovative and fun introduction to 12-lead analysis, the recognition of ischemia, injury, and infarction events, and the specific identification of S-T elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and much more. BLS and ALS providers will leave this amazing workshop confident in their 12 lead interpretive skills.

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19


Proper Post Exposure Medical Follow Up - The Latest and Greatest (#19868)

NREMT: Operations,NEMSMA
Instructor:
Katherine West, Infection Control Consultant, Infection Control Emerging Concepts LLC.

Workshop Description
There have been many advances in post exposure medical follow up and treatment. This four-hour workshop will present the newest standard of care for post exposure follow up for each of the diseases that are part of the Ryan White CDC list. Departments are responsible to insure proper care and follow up for employee exposures. Therefore, it is important to know what that follow up should include. This workshop will focus on quality of care and risk management as it relates to infection control practices and will be highly beneficial to attendees and their organizations.

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19


Tactical Tips and Treatment Techniques for EMS Providers (#20559)

Instructor:
Steve Markham, Director, Medical Products and Services, Strategic Operations Inc. (STOPS)

Workshop Description
In this fast-paced and participatory, hands-on workshop, the staff of Strategic Operations, an internationally-recognized civilian and military training center that uses Hyper-Realism in the replication of battlefield conditions in training environments to tax and train tactical and medical responders will teach you how to train your personnel and best practices in treating the three primary causes of death on the “battlefield”; uncontrollable hemorrhage, airway compromise and tension pneumothorax. Participants will be applying TQ’s to life threatening extremity bleeds, packing wounds and using junctional hemorrhage control devices as individuals and working in teams while also having the ability perform higher level treatments per the individual’s skill level. The instructors will review important aspects of situational awareness and scene safety, teach you proven military-style techniques and expose multiple products you and your staff can use to rapidly save patients, their partners or themselves in the worst of situations. The training will use the STOPS TCCC/EMS Cut Suit, a multifaceted training suit that allows you to perform field crics; hemorrhage control via tourniquets, wound packing and pelvic splints; chest decompression, IV/IO insertion, and chest tube placement on a living subject wearing the suit. This is a must attend workshop for anyone interested in trauma and tactical casualty care.

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19


Ultrasound Use in Prehospital Care & Resuscitations (#20531)

NREMT: Medical
Instructor:

Faizan H. Arshad, MD, EMS Medical Director, Healthquest Systems

Workshop Description
This workshop will guide you through the nuts and bolts of prehospital point-of-care ultrasonography (POCUS).  Led by Faizan H. Arshad, MD, and featuring a team of ultrasound industry experts, this four-hour workshop will do a deep dive into the clinical applications, efficacy, and patient case studies of ultrasound in the field changing patient outcomes.  From quickly differentiating from the etiologies of shock in your hypotensive patient to evaluating for a pericardial tamponade in your penetrating trauma victim, POCUS will help you answer meaningful clinical questions without adding to overall scene time.  This  workshop will give you  exceptional ultrasound education and two-hours of hands on experience live scanning. The areas of concentration will be: ECHO, E-FAST (extended focused assessment of sonography in trauma), abdomen and the use of US in Procedural Guidance.  You will rotate through four (4) different hands on stations every 30 minutes.  Space is limited to 40 people.

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19.

 

 

HALF-DAY WORKSHOPS:

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 /// 12:00PM - 5:00PM

 

Advanced Concepts in 12-Lead Interpretation (#19895)

NREMT: Cardiovascular
Instructor:
Scott Crawford, NRP, FP-C, EMSI, Paramedic/Firefighter, Omaha Fire Department

Workshop Description
If you are comfortable with the tip-of-the-iceberg concepts of 12-lead ECG interpretation and now want to explore the two-thirds of the iceberg that typically lies below the surface, then this workshop is designed for you! Developed and presented by seasoned educator and field clinician Scott Crawford, this session will give you the information and tools to navigate these treacherous waters and plot a direct course toward successful patient outcomes. Topics will include identification of atrial and ventricular chamber enlargement, conduction disturbances, discernment of wide-complex tachycardia, electrolyte disturbances, axis deviation, early recognition of evolving infarction events, differential pathology of chest pain and much more. The most important part of a journey is not the destination, it’s deciding to go. If you want to master your 12-lead skills, welcome aboard!

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19


Classrooms that Engage (#19866)

NREMT: Other Continuing Education,NEMSMA
Instructors:
Michael McDonald, RN, NRP, EMS Training Officer, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue
Michelle Beatty, MEd, NRP, Training Specialist, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue
Rachel Short, NRwP, Training Officer, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue
Stephanie Corbin, NRP, BA, EMS Training Officer, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue

Workshop Description
Classroom methodologies have changed significantly. Spoon-feeding students and utilizing death-by-PowerPoint has fallen to the wayside. EMS educators in Loudoun County have embraced these changes, teaching almost solely without PowerPoint. Their classrooms are highly interactive and their students are now more engaged and involved, learning through activities, games and group discussions. They have also overcome many challenges and maintained nearly 100% NREMT first-time pass rates in all programs as a result of the new educational approaches implemented, including Emergency Medical Responder, EMT, EMT-to-Intermediate, and their Paramedic programs. Come to this cutting-edge workshop to hear about the Loudoun County experiences and challenges and gain valuable insight into how your system can move to a more non-traditional and highly successful EMS educational format.

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19


Ultrasound Use in Prehospital Care & Resuscitations (#20058)

NREMT: Medical
Instructor:

Faizan H. Arshad, MD, EMS Medical Director, Healthquest Systems

Workshop Description
This workshop will guide you through the nuts and bolts of prehospital point-of-care ultrasonography (POCUS).  Led by Faizan H. Arshad, MD, and featuring a team of ultrasound industry experts, this four-hour workshop will do a deep dive into the clinical applications, efficacy, and patient case studies of ultrasound in the field changing patient outcomes.  From quickly differentiating from the etiologies of shock in your hypotensive patient to evaluating for a pericardial tamponade in your penetrating trauma victim, POCUS will help you answer meaningful clinical questions without adding to overall scene time.  This  workshop will give you  exceptional ultrasound education and two-hours of hands on experience live scanning. The areas of concentration will be: ECHO, E-FAST (extended focused assessment of sonography in trauma), abdomen and the use of US in Procedural Guidance.  You will rotate through four (4) different hands on stations every 30 minutes.  Space is limited to 40 people.

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19.


Tactical Tips and Treatment Techniques for EMS Providers (#20560)

Instructor:
Steve Markham, Director, Medical Products and Services, Strategic Operations Inc. (STOPS)

Workshop Description
In this fast-paced and participatory, hands-on workshop, the staff of Strategic Operations, an internationally-recognized civilian and military training center that uses Hyper-Realism in the replication of battlefield conditions in training environments to tax and train tactical and medical responders will teach you how to train your personnel and best practices in treating the three primary causes of death on the “battlefield”; uncontrollable hemorrhage, airway compromise and tension pneumothorax. Participants will be applying TQ’s to life threatening extremity bleeds, packing wounds and using junctional hemorrhage control devices as individuals and working in teams while also having the ability perform higher level treatments per the individual’s skill level. The instructors will review important aspects of situational awareness and scene safety, teach you proven military-style techniques and expose multiple products you and your staff can use to rapidly save patients, their partners or themselves in the worst of situations. The training will use the STOPS TCCC/EMS Cut Suit, a multifaceted training suit that allows you to perform field crics; hemorrhage control via tourniquets, wound packing and pelvic splints; chest decompression, IV/IO insertion, and chest tube placement on a living subject wearing the suit. This is a must attend workshop for anyone interested in trauma and tactical casualty care.

Cost: $125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19


Emerging Challenges in EMS (#19878)

NREMT: Other Continuing Education,NEMSMA
Instructors:
Brian LaCroix, President/EMS Chief, Allina Health EMS
Michael Touchstone, BS, Paramedic, President, National EMS Management Association
Troy Hagen, MBA, Immediate Past President, National EMS Management Association
Vincent D. Robbins, FACPE, FACHE, President & CEO, MONOC

Workshop Description
The National EMS Management Association (NEMSMA) believes in developing inspired leaders to better serve their communities. Attendees will be better equipped to handle a multiple of situations facing their organizations today. This high energy workshop will present current and pressing topics in EMS Management and Leadership and engage the audience in identifying the most promising solutions. The topics will be presented by the facilitators to give you the best picture and discussions to generate the right solution. Learn from both the presenters and audience members alike. The format is designed to allow participants to engage in open, creative conversation on best practices and problem-solving experiences, while making new connections and sharing lessons learned. This session is sure to be informative and thought provoking.   These four industry experts will engage the audience in dialogue on issues including: Work-life balance Multi-Generational Workforces Recruitment and retention Developing a more diverse workforce Combating practitioner violence Dealing with the ongoing opioid crisis Practitioner mental wellbeing Participants will have the opportunity to raise their own topics for group consideration and discussion.   

Cost:
$125.00 Before Jan. 19/$150.00 After Jan. 19

 

NEW in 2018! POSTER GALLERY  

EMS Research Recognition
In cooperation with the National Association of Emergency Medical Services Physicians (NAEMSP) and other members of the JEMS Global Research Alliance, some of the top EMS research of the year will be recognized and on display at EMS Today.