Thursday, February 22
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday, February 21 | 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Thursday, February 22 | 11:30 PM – 2:00 PM
The Hands On Experience is a one of a kind interactive learning lab designed to promote education and engagement between attendees and vendors. Thirteen of the industry’s most progressive companies will have learning labs that will involve an objective based hands-on skill or mini-scenario session staffed with an educator. Attendees will visit each station actively engaging, learning and participating in various hands-on activities. Attendees who would like to participate in the Scenario Challenge must successfully complete all learning stations and receive stamps from each vendor on their card.
First 500 participants will receive a FREE t-shirt!
The Hands On Experience Scenario Challenge engages attendees in a (3) station evolution designed to immerse teams in realistic environments and scenarios utilizing learning objectives and skills from the Hands On Experience. Teams will be timed and graded based on clinical decision-making, team performance and communication among others. The top three teams in Hands On Experience Scenario Challenge will be earning rewards. All attendees will receive CEU credit and a prize for competing in the Hands On Experience Scenario Challenge.
***To be eligible to compete in the challenge, attendee must visit all participating Hands On Experience companies. The challenge is limited to the first 75 eligible teams of 2 and will take place on Thursday, February 22 from 11:30am - 2:00pm.
1st place team receives: EMS Today 2019 Gold Passport registration, plus a 1-year subscription to JEMS CE powered by Medic CE online platform
2nd place team receives: EMS Today 2019 Gold Passport registration
3rd place team receives: 50% off their EMS Today 2019 registration
Step Right Up to the JEMS / EMS Today booth #1940 for some carnival FUN and GAMES! Everyone walks away a winner!
A snapshot of history… When Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on August 25, 2017 as a Category 4, it became the country’s first major hurricane since Hurricane Wilma hit Florida in October of 2005. An estimated 13 million people were affected by Hurricane Harvey. Volunteers from around the United States spontaneously responded. This display is a snapshot of a moment during that response when a small band of volunteers met in a Part Arthur mall parking lot as the waters rose, hospital closed and rescues continued. FoxFury Lighting Solutions was proud to be a part of this historic response as we partnered with these responders.
MedCenter Air along with our partners, Air Methods have been serving the Carolinas for over 35 years. We are currently operating three bases with the Airbus H-135 helicopter.