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            Key to NReMt CategoRies
            M Satisfies mandatory core content topic areas • F Satisfies flexible topic areas For example: M-ABC would satisfy the Airway, Breathing & Cardiology topic
            within the mandatory core content area. If no NREMT code is given, the course qualifies as EMS CEU only and does not fulfill mandatory or flexible
            core content requirements.

TUESDAY, MArch 2 &                                            WEDNESDAY, MArch 3                                             WEDNESDAY, MArch 3
WEDNESDAY, MArch 3                                            oNE-DAY WorkShopS                                              hAlf-DAY WorkShopS
TWo-DAY WorkShopS
                                                              8:00 aM - 5:00 PM                                              8:00 aM - 12:00 PM
                                                              advanced airway course                                         leadership Strategies 2.0
8:00 aM - 5:00 PM
                                                              (classroom and cadaver lab)                                    Joseph J. Fitch, PhD                         0011
ambulance Manager academy: level One
                                                              Jim Radcliffe, BS, NREMT-P                          M-aBc      Mike Ragone
Aarron Reinert, NREMT-P, BA          0001
                                                              Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P                           0005
Gary L. Wingrove
                                                              R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center Faculty                     Presentations: tips & techniques
                                                              (This workshop is off-site, lunch will be provided and is      Bob Page, AAS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, NCEE        0012
national alS core content Refresher
                                                              limited to 48 participants.)
Paul Werfel, BA, NREMT-P                        0002
Malcolm Devine, NREMT-P                                       Note: This workshop will also be presented on Tuesday,         WEDNESDAY, MArch 3
                                                              March 2.
Art Romano, BA, NREMT-P                                                                                                      hAlf-DAY WorkShopS
This workshop satisfies multiple NREMT content areas.
                                                              eMS command School: hands-On
(See page 18.)                                                                                                               1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
                                                              Reality-Based command training                                 hemodynamic Monitoring for the critical care
                                                              Richard Bowers, Chief                                 0006
TUESDAY, MArch 2                                                                                                             transport Provider
                                                              Mike Clemens, Assistant Chief                                  Mike McEvoy, PhD, REMT-P, RN, CCRN     0013
oNE-DAY WorkShopS                                             Lee Silverman, Captain
                                                              Chuck Bartlett, Captain                                        Stethoscopy: airway assessment for dummies
8:00 aM - 5:00 PM                                             Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service                        Bob Page, AAS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, NCEE F-aBc
advanced airway course                                        (This workshop is off-site; transportation and lunch will      Note: Participants must bring their    0014
(classroom and cadaver lab)                                   be provided and is limited to 25 participants. The bus will
                                                                                                                             own stethoscopes to the workshop.
Jim Radcliffe, BS, NREMT-P                          M-aBc     leave the Convention Center at 6:30 am.)
Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P                           0003    This workshop will take place at the Montgomery County
                                                                                                                             emergency ethics: Morality, law and conflict
R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center Faculty                    Fire and Rescue Command Development Training Center.
                                                                                                                             in eMS
(This workshop is off-site, lunch will be provided and is     Busing will be provided from the Baltimore Convention
                                                                                                                             Guy Haskell, PhD, JD, NREMT-P           0015
limited to 48 participants.)                                  Center. Note: This workshop will also be presented on
Note: This workshop will also be presented on Wednesday,      Tuesday, March 2.
March 3.
                                                              lean Six Sigma
eMS command School: hands-On                                  William S. Krost, MBA, NREMT-P                       0007
Reality-Based command training
Richard Bowers, Chief                                 0004    eMS law School: understanding the
Mike Clemens, Assistant Chief                                 legal environment for eMS leaders
Lee Silverman, Captain                                        Doug Wolfberg, JD, EMT                               0008
Chuck Bartlett, Captain                                       Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P
Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service
(This workshop is off-site; transportation and lunch will     alS assessment: tips to assist You in Managing
be provided and is limited to 25 participants. The bus will   complex cases                           M-aBc
leave the Convention Center at 6:30 am.)                      Connie Mattera, RN, MS, TNS, EMT-P       0009
This workshop will take place at the Montgomery County
Fire and Rescue Command Development Training Center.          emergency Pediatric care (ePc) M-OB & Peds
Busing will be provided from the Baltimore Convention         hybrid Provider course                                  0010
Center. Note: This workshop will also be presented on         EPC National Faculty
Wednesday, March 3.                                           (This workshop is limited to 30 participants. Registration
                                                              deadline, February 5) Note: You must complete 7 hours
                                                              of online training prior to attending one day of onsite
                                                              classroom training at EMS Today 2010.


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                              Schedule-at-a-glance } Wednesday, March 3, 2010

                            7:00 PM - 9:00 PM                               7:00 PM - 8:00 PM                        8:15 PM - 9:15 PM
                            SuPeR SeSSiOnS
BlS clinical       Report from the eagles Panel:               Oxymoron: Our love/hate Relationship




      30
                   What’s hot, What’s not?                     with Oxygen
                   Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP           0101 Mike McEvoy, PhD, REMT-P, RN, CCRN F-aBc
                   Jeffrey M. Goodloe, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP                                          0103
                   Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, FACEP, MACP, FCCP,
                   FCCM



BlS/alS
clinical
alS clinical       eMS diagnosis and treatment of      What lies Beneath: Prehospital
                   aMi—2010                            ultrasound
                   Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP M-aBc Jeff Beeson, DO, LP         M-trauma
                                                  0102                                  0104

eMS leadeRShiP eMS System issues Big & Small                                                                 Planning Your career Success
                   Presented by EMS Chiefs from the IAEMSC 0109                                              Joseph J. Fitch, PhD           0107



SPecial FOcuS                                                     Zero hour: america’s Medic               tips for a long life in eMS
                                                                  Graydon “Gregg” Lord, MS, NREMT-P   0105 Glenn Luedtke, NREMT-P           0108



                                                                  the critical care (ground & air)
                                                                  continuum
                                                                  Barbara Maher, RN, EMT-P, FPO, MS   0106




this year, we celebrate the 30th anniversary of




                                                                     th
JeMS, Journal of emergency Medical Services.
We’re planning some special displays and events to




                                                                                                                 30
commemorate this auspicious JeMS anniversary:
exhiBit hall SPecial event
friDAY, 2:30 pM – 3:30 pM
Join us in the Exhibit Hall on Friday for a special 30th

                                                                                                                     th
anniversary cake and raffle drawing with great prizes.

SPecial diSPlaYS
Throughout the convention center we’ll have special displays
commemorating the past 30 years of JEMS. It’s our history,                                                   Anniversary
but it’s your history as well.


                                                                                     March 2-6, 2010 • Baltimore, MD                         13
                                     Schedule-at-a-glance } thursday, March 4, 2010

     8:30 aM - 10:00 aM                                                           Opening Keynote: James O. Page leadership lecture
                                                                                  climbing Your Own Personal Mt. everest
     opeNiNg CeReMoNies                                                           A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT-P                   1000

                       10:15 aM – 12:15 PM                                                                                 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
                                                                  10:30 aM - 12:00 PM                                       lunch SeSSiOnS
                         SuPeR SeSSiOnS                                                                                         Get more information.
BlS
clinical                                                                                                  lunch & leaRn
                                                                                                          Walt Stoy, PhD, NREMT-P                                           l001

BlS/alS        trauma case Studies            M-trauma   how vital are vital Signs?
clinical       Connie Mattera, RN, MS, TNS, EMT-P 1001   Bob Page, AAS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, NCEE M-aBc
                                                                                                1004

                                                         Fatal Fevers
                                                         Guy Haskell, PhD, JD, NREMT-P     F-Medical
                                                                                               1005
alS            eMS diagnosis and treatment of            10 commandments of airway                        lunch & leaRn
clinical       aMi—2010                                  Management in the Street                         Bob Page, AAS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, NCEE                             l002
               Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP       M-aBc Paul Werfel, BA, NREMT-P                 F-aBc
               Note: This session is repeated from  1002
                                                               ....                                 1006 lunch & leaRn
                                                               . .




               Wednesday, 7:00 PM.
                                                                ....                                     Jeff Beeson, DO, LP                                                l003
                                                         critical care Monitoring nuts and Bolts
                                                         Mike McEvoy, PhD, REMT-P, RN, CCRN        F-aBc
                                                                                                    1007
                                                         evolution and Revolution in              M-aBc
                                                         cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 1008
                                                         Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, FACEP, MACP, FCCP, FCCM

eMS        local Public Service & the united             Only the lead Sled dog gets a nice view lunch & leaRn
leadeRShiP States Secret Service—a Protective            Glenn Luedtke, NREMT-P              1009 Glenn Luedtke, NREMT-P                                                   l004
               Partnership
               David Lebowitz, MS, NREMT-P       1003
               Robert Armstrong




SPecial                                                  From technician to clinician:               lunch & leaRn
FOcuS                                                    the art of critical thinking in eMS         Guy Haskell, PhD, JD, NREMT-P                    l005
                                                         Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP           1010
                                                         Jeff Beeson, DO, LP                         netWORKing lunch                                 l006
                                                                                                     Discuss hot topics, share your knowledge and network
                                                         needlestick at 0300—What Will You do to with your peers while enjoying a delicious deli buffet.
                                                         Keep Your Personnel (and Yourself!) Safe? (Limited to 100 people, $37)
                                                         Jeffrey M. Goodloe, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP 1011
                                                         Jim O. Winham, RN, NREMT-P                  12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
                                                                                                     Prehospital care Research Forum
                                                                                                     Oral abstracts & Poster Presentations
                                                                                                     Baxter Larmon, PhD, MICP
                                                                                                          (Note: Lunch to be provided for the first 105 registrants in this session.
                                                                                                          For the luncheon and session, please circle session l007.
                                                                                                          For session only, please circle 1012.)


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                                 Schedule-at-a-glance } thursday, March 4, 2010

      12:15 pM - 1:15 pM     choose a lunch & learn to discuss topics moderated by a speaker,
      speCial luNCh optioNs: or the networking lunch to build your circle of contacts.

                                  1:30 PM - 3:00 PM                        3:00 PM – 5:00 PM                             3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
                                                                            SuPeR SeSSiOn
BlS
clinical
BlS/alS        Selected Medical emergencies                                                                  When the golden Years Begin to tarnish
clinical       Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP                F-Medical                                        Paul Werfel, BA, NREMT-P      F-Medical
                                                                2001                                                                             3001
               case Studies! 10 Brand-new cases                                                              assessment Basics
               Paul Werfel, BA, NREMT-P                     F-Medical                                        Baxter Larmon, PhD, MICP           F-aBc
                                                                2002                                         Walt Stoy, PhD, NREMT-P             3002

alS            Oral/Maxillofacial trauma                                                                     lightning Round: ask the eagles, national
clinical       Connie Mattera, RN, MS, TNS, EMT-P               F-aBc                                        urban eMS Med directors
                                                                 2003                                        Jeff Beeson, DO, LP; Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP;
               high Risk Patients: case Studies to Keep You on the                                           Jeffrey M. Goodloe, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP; F-Medical
               leading edge                                                                                  Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP; Paul Pepe, 3003
               Jeffrey M. Goodloe, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP       F-Medical                                        MD, MPH, FCCM, FACEP, FCCP, FACP
               David Howerton, NREMT-P                           2004                                        critical illness in the Pregnant Patient
                                                                                                             Connie Mattera, RN, MS, TNS, EMT-P F-OB&Peds
               15-lead ecgs: What You don’t Know Might hurt them                                                                                     3004
               Bob Page, AAS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, NCEE         F-aBc                                           the Science of iO: the latest & greatest
                                                              2005                                           James M. Cusick, MD, FACEP             M-aBc
                                                                                                                                                     3005

eMS        triaging complaints through the use of the                    advocates for eMS:            10 Reasons You need an electronic data
leadeRShiP Management Pain Scale                                         eMS Policy Summit             System                             3006
               Guy Haskell, PhD, JD, NREMT-P                   F-aBc     Jason J. Zigmont, MA, NREMT-P Greg D. Mears, MD, FACEP
                                                                2006     Kurt Krumperman         2010
               the Power to change: the Power to Save lives              Previous EMS Summits have led
               Greg D. Mears, MD, FACEP                         2007 to both policy and law changes,
                                                                         so your voice does count! Session
                                                                         followed by a reception from
                                                                         5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

SPecial        “the electrical connection”:                                                                  eMS innovations: Report from europe
FOcuS          Flowing Patient care information from Field to icu                                            Larry Wiersch, MS                 3007
               Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP                    F-aBc                                         Wayne Zygowicz, BA, EMT-P
                                                                2008

               if Pigs could Fly, Would they carry Bird Flu? F-Medical
               Mike McEvoy, PhD, REMT-P, RN, CCRN                2009                                        Your Worst day ever: line of duty deaths
                                                                                                             Glenn Luedtke, NREMT-P               3008

               Maximize learning With a Blended
               aclS Refresher course                            2011
               Scott Starrett



      5:00 pM - 7:00 pM                                       experience the latest product launches in the
      exhibit hall opeN                                       exhibit hall with new expanded hours.

                                                                                 March 2-6, 2010 • Baltimore, MD                                          15
                                        Schedule-at-a-glance } Friday, March 5, 2010
     10:00 aM - 4:00 pM                                            Bagels & Breakthroughs showcases the latest products and we also offer
     exhibit hall opeN                         }                   FRee ceu in the learning center. look for expanded lunch options and the special
                                                                   JeMS 30th anniversary celebration with cake & raffle prizes!

                 8:00 aM – 10:00 aM                                    8:30 aM – 10:00 aM                         1:30 PM - 2:30 PM                         3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
                   SuPeR SeSSiOnS
BlS          assessment Basics                 inhalants: cheap, easy, deadly Poisonings in the elderly
clinical     Baxter Larmon, PhD, MIC F-Medical Lisa Booze, BS, PharmD F-Medical Lisa Booze, BS, PharmD M-Medical
             Walt Stoy, PhD, NREMT-P     4001                             4005                             5001
             Note: This session is repeated from
             Thursday, 3:30 PM.


BlS/alS                                                              Penetrating trauma: Mecha-           case Studies in trauma care                 chemical Burn injuries: More than
clinical                                                             nisms of injury, caveats of care Wayne Zygowicz, BA, EMT-P M-trauma              Just Skin deep           F-trauma
                                                                     Edward Dickinson, MD, FACEP, NREMT-P                             5002            Kim D. McKenna, BSN, RN,     6001
                                                                                                    4006                                              CEN, EMT-P
                                                                     Medical lessons & innovations
                                                                     from the Battlefield
                                                                     Julio Lairet, DO, EMT-P, MC    4007


alS          international Panel: Pain                               Sex, drugs and R&R: hormonal           cardiovascular Pharmacology               Pediatric Pharmacology
clinical     Management and Other clinical                           influences in Resuscitation            Jeff Guy, MD, FACS, EMT-P    F-aBc        Jeff Guy, MD, FACS, EMT-P M-OB&Peds
             issues                                                  Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, FACEP, MACP,                                  5003                                       6002
             Bryan Bledsoe, DO, FACEP, EMT-P                         FCCP, FCCM                    M-aBc    gender differences in Pain
             Bill Lord, BHlthSc(PHC), Med                                                            4008   Management                                extreme eMS: heat and cold-
             David Davis, EMT-P          F-Medical                                                          Bill Lord, BHlthSc(PHC), Med  F-aBc       Related emergencies
                                             4002                                                                                          5004       Edward Dickinson,      F-Medical
                                                                                                            Stroke Management: a tale of two          MD, FACEP, NREMT-P          6003
                                                                                                            countries                    M-aBc
                                                                                                            David Davis, EMT-P             5005
                                                                                                            Geoffrey T. Miller, EMT-P


eMS          understanding Where We’ll Fit cecBeMS accreditation                                                                                      drug diversion issues
leadeRShiP   in the Obama healthcare Plan      for Your department                                                                                    W. Ann Maggiore, JD, EMT-P         6004
             Bill Atkinson, PhD, MPH, MPA 4003 Liz Sibley, MA                                      4009
             Note: A shorter version of this session will repeat                                                                                      eMS and Public health collabora-
             on Friday at 1:30 PM.                                   congratulations! You’re a                                                        tion: a Model for the Future
                                                                     Middle Manager                                                                   Norma Battaglia, RN, MS      6005
             Measuring & improving First                             Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P 4010
             Response capabilities
             Mike Ragone               4004 cutting-edge case                                                                                         Mentoring and Succession
                                            Studies in eMS law                                                                                        Planning
                                            Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P                                 4011                                               Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P             6006
                                            Doug Wolfberg, JD, EMT                                                                                    Jerry Overton, MPA
SPecial                                                              until dead do We Part:                 understanding Where We’ll Fit in national Registry update
FOcuS                                                                death by Suicide                       the Obama healthcare Plan          William E. Brown, Jr., RN, MS,            6007
                                                                     Wayne Zygowicz, BA, EMT-P    4012      Bill Atkinson , PhD, MPH, MPA 5006 NREMT-P
                                                                                                         Prehospital care Research
                                                                     how to Build a hypothermic                                                       employee Satisfaction
                                                                                                         Forum Poster/Research
                                                                     Resuscitation Program                                                            Barry Bagwell                      6008
                                                                                                         Round-table
                                                                     Brent Myers, MD, MPH, FACEP, EMT-P  Baxter Larmon, PhD, MICP     5007
                                                                                                    4013                                              international eMS: What’s
                                                                                                         international eMS: Middle east               different, What’s not?
                                                                                                         Systems                                      Bryan Bledsoe, DO, FACEP, EMT-P;   6009
                                                                                                         Walt Stoy, PhD, NREMT-P      5008            Bill Lord BHlthSc(PHC), Med;
                                                                                                            advanced Practice Paramedics, One         David Davis, EMT-P
                                                                                                            Year later
                                                                                                            Brent Myers, MD, MPH, FACEP, EMT-P
                                                                                                                                               5009


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                                                                                                                  Friday, March 5, 2010 &
                                     Schedule-at-a-glance } Saturday, March 6, 2010
     satuRday 8:30 aM - 10:00 aM ClosiNg CeReMoNies                                                                                     satuRday
     ClosiNg KeyNote: customer Service: a Key ingredient for Success
                      Gordon Graham, JD                        8000
                                                                                                                                  }     9:30 aM - 1:30 pM
                                                                                                                                        exhibit hall opeN


                                                              SatuRdaY
                         FRidaY                            1:30 PM - 3:30 PM                            SatuRdaY                                 SatuRdaY
                    5:15 PM - 6:15 PM                                                               1:30 PM - 3:00 PM                         3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
                                                           SuPeR SeSSiOnS
BlS
clinical
BlS/alS                                                understanding and M-trauma Prehospital care of the cervical Spine                understanding the new trauma
clinical                                               Managing Blast injuries            injured athlete                               triage guidelines
                                                       Julio Lairet, DO, EMT-P, MC 8001 Darryl Conway, MA, ATC, EMT-B M-trauma          Richard Hunt, MD, FACEP M-trauma
                                                                                                                           8006                                      9001
                                                       Whooping and Barking:
                                                                                          understanding heart Failure
                                                       difficulty Breathing in the
                                                                                          Dennis Edgerly, EMT-P          M-aBc
                                                       Pediatric Patient
                                                                                                                          8007
                                                       Kim D. McKenna,          M-OB&Peds
                                                       BSN, RN, CEN, EMT-P           8002

alS
clinical
eMS              diversity in the Workplace:           a Road Map to Managerial              Secondary triage Options using nurse       eMS and Public health collabora-
leadeRShiP       how to Manage it, how to              leadership Success                    call centers                               tion: a Model for the Future
                 deal with legal issues                Orlando J. Dominguez, Jr., RPM, MBA   Barry Bagwell;                   8008      Norma Battaglia, RN, MS      9002
                 W. Ann Maggiore, JD, EMT-P 7001                                     8003    Jerry Overton, MPA                         Note: This session is repeated from
                                                                                                                                        Friday, 3:30 PM.
                 texts, twitters and Blogs:
                 legally Regulating On-and                                                   ethical decision Making
                 Off-duty conduct in today’s                                                 Gordon Graham, JD                   8009
                 Multimedia environment
                 Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P; Doug 7002                                                                                      Progressive discipline
                 Wolfberg, JD, EMT                                                                                                      Gordon Graham, JD                     9003

                 lessons learned:
                 information Sharing
                 Jennifer Smither             7003
SPecial          autonomy and Professional-            legal issues for the non-             eMS Response to toxic Fires:                   uS Fire administration/national
FOcuS            ism in eMS Practice: evidence-        Management eMS Provider               implications Beyond the Flames                 Fire academy eMS and health
                 based, Offline Orders                 (consent, abandonment,                William P. Richard, NREMT-P               8010 & Safety training and Research
                 Norma Battaglia, RN, MS  7004         transport decisions)                                                                 Program
                                                       W. Ann Maggiore, JD, EMT-P 8004       Surviving Your next call                  8011 Mike Stern                 9004
                                                                                             Chad Brocato, DHSc, EMT-P; Robin J. Davis      Bill Troup
                                                       Fire-Based eMS: the issues,
                 Zero hour: america’s Medic            the challenges                       lessons from the appleseed Project:
                 Graydon “Gregg” Lord, MS, NREMT-P     J. Robert (Rob) Brown, Jr., EFO 8005 examples of how eMS and Public health
                 Note: This session is repeated 7005   Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P               can Work together to Prevent injuries       dynamic Presentations
                 from Wednesday, 7:00 PM                                                    and Promote Readiness                       Dennis Edgerly, EMT-P                 9005
                                                                                            Keith Griffiths; Josh Krimston, EMT-P; 8012
                                                                                            Paul Maxwell, EMT-P
                 the 30-Second Radio Report
                 Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P 7006                                            large Scale disasters and children:
                                                                                             interim Recommendations affecting
                 the Future of Field                                                         eMS and Medical capacity & capability
                 communications                 ®
                                                                                             Graydon “Gregg” Lord, MS, NREMT-P  8013
                 Kathy McMahon               7007

    6:30 pM to 9:30 pM
    JeMs gaMes FiNal
    attend and Receive ceu!
    Edward Dickinson, MD, FACEP, NREMT-P

                                                                                                 March 2-6, 2010 • Baltimore, MD                                              17
                              neW OPPORtunitieS }advance you career!
 additional opportunities to advance your career!
 Participate in the preparatory class, then complete the program with an exam.
 MaxiMize youR tiMe & budget!

neW! get CeRtiFied as a Flight/CRitiCal CaRe paRaMediC!
 Monday, March 1 & Tuesday, March 2, 8am-6pm                                  Presented in partnership with the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification
                                                                              (BCCTPC) and the International Association of Flight Paramedics (IAFP)
 Critical Care Transport Certification Review Course
 Anthony Baca, MBA, RN, LP, CCRN, CFRN, FP-C
 The Critical Care Transport Certification Review Course, sponsored by the (IAFP), is a dynamic 2-day review of the mate-
 rial typically encountered on the CFRN, CTRN, FP-C® and CCP-C® certification examinations. The course will provide par-
 ticipants with a thorough review of complex subject matter such as flight physiology, acid base balance and ventilator
 management, cardiovascular pathophysiology, hemodynamics, and disease management, as well as trauma assessment
 and patient stabilization. Special time will be spent reviewing high-risk populations such as neurological, medical, envi-
 ronmental, pediatric, and obstetric patient problems that the flight clinician might encounter.
 Registration Fee: $180.00 for IAFP/ASTNA Members, $230.00 for Non-Members
 Register for this course here

 Wednesday, March 3, 8am – 1030am
 Certified Flight Paramedic (FP-C®) Exam / Certified Critical Care Paramedic (CCP-C®) Exam
 The expectation for the FP-C Exam is that candidates have a mastery of current trends and therapies in critical transport
 medicine in a flight environment. Study time may range from 12 hours to 60 hours depending upon level of experience
 and educational background. The expectation is that all prospective exam candidates have a significant knowledge of
 flight physiology, current CAMTS flight safety standards, ACLS, PALS, NALS, and BTLS/PHTLS. The exam is not meant to
 test entry-level knowledge, but rather test the experienced paramedic advanced skill level. Questions? Please call the
 BCCTPC office at 770-978-4400.
 Registration Fee: $175.00 for IAFP Members, $275.00 for Non-Members
 Register for this exam here



neW! get CeRtiFied iN eMeRgeNCy MaNageMeNt!
 Wednesday, March 3rd, 8am-1pm                                          Presented in partnership with the the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM)
 CEM®/AEM Exam Preparatory Course
 The CEM®/AEM Exam Preparatory Course is recommended for professional emergency managers interested in obtaining
 the Certified Emergency Manager® (CEM®) designation. The course includes a review of Certified Emergency Manager®
 program requirements (experience, education, professional contributions and more), application procedures, tips for suc-
 cessful program completion, overview of the CEM® exam, sample CEM® exam questions and a Q&A period.
 Registration Fee: $495.00 (does not include ability to sit for the exam)
 Register for this course here.

 Wednesday, March 3rd, 2-4pm
 CEM®/AEM Examination
 To sit for the exam you must have paid the application fee in full. Candidates will have one year from their date of the exam
 to submit their credentials for review.
 Registration Fee: $325 for IAEM members, $450 for non-members
 Register for this course here.

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