2022 Schedule

THE 2022 EMSAC ANNUAL CONFERENCE AGENDA IS NOW AVAILABLE!

ON-DEMAND SESSION PACKAGE:

In addition to our line-up of in-person sessions at the conference in Keystone we are offering 8 hours of on-demand content. This material will be released on the first day of conference: Friday, November 11th 2022. Please see below for the 8+ sessions that will be included in this package:

  • Moving Beyond Permissive Hypotension to Actual Resuscitation
    Presented By: Scott Branney
  • Parachutist Case Review
    Presented By: Pamela Howes
  • Pediatric Pearls 
    Presented By: Melissa Verseman
  • Communicating with Children During a Crisis 
    Presented By: Kara Hellums
  • GI Bleeds: A Bloody Mess and What You Need to Know –
    Presented By: Will Ferguson
  • I’m old and Confused and I Don’t Know Why?
    Presented By: Andrea Zickmund
  • Lazarus Phenomenon: When the Dead Awaken
    Presented By: Eric Jaeger
  • Challenging and Unusual Trauma Case Reviews from Rural Community
    Presented By: Thomas Candlin
  • When Law Enforcement Won’t Help: Mental Health and Intoxication Case Review
    Presented By: Matt Concialdi
  • NAEMT James O Page Lighthouse Leadership Program
    Presented By: Bruce Evans
  • Care Bias in EMS
    ​​​​​​​Presented By:Calvin Brown

To view more information on these sessions, please see the full agenda HERE.

CE INFORMATION:

This year’s conference offers 70+ presentations which may be used for National Registry and/or Colorado EMS Provider recertification. To help you plan and document continuing education (CE) received at this year’s conference, below is the document that is intended to provide suggestions based on the conference schedule.

SESSION DESCRIPTIONS:

Physicians Forum:
Please check back to learn more about what the physicians forum has to offer. Please note that a full conference registration includes this specific session already, if you are interested in just attending the physician forum on it’s own, please make that selection within registration.

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children: Pediatric Simulation Scenarios in the Mobile Training Center
We bring the simulation lab to you! With our state-of-the-art mobile training center, we can provide Pediatric simulation training scenarios in an ambulance or hospital setting. Our simulation scenarios provide training for the care of premature, newborn and pediatric patients.

EMS Escape Room:
Come and test your core knowledge by solving puzzles to see if you can escape the ambulance in time! You will have 60min to “Escape”! Feeling ambitious? Try out the ALS experienced provider room! Get together a group from your department, some EMS friends, or join a group as a solo provider!

IBSC Certification Exams*
Check back for more information and to register for this certification exam.