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A new paper published by the CDC further corroborates America's intensifying opioid abuse crisis through an emerging trend in EMS provider administration of Naloxone.

​The paper, "Multiple Naloxone Administrations Among Emergency Medical Service Providers is Increasing," is newly e-published in the National Association of EMS Physicians' (NAEMSP) peer-reviewed journal, Prehospital Emergency Care.

In response to this paper of great significance to medical practitioners and lawmakers, NAEMSP President, Dr. Brent Myers said, "In the midst of an ever-worsening opioid overdose epidemic, this important study confirms that the number of cases with severe overdose is increasing. Our first responders are confronted with patients with life-threatening situations whose overdose is so extreme that they are requiring more than the standard dose of the reversal agent, naloxone. This study informs our pre-hospital providers and reinforces the need for policies to assure naloxone remains inexpensive and readily available."

The paper is available for free online

​Save the Date: Attend the Last of the Regional Meetings to Contribute to EMS Agenda 2050
EMS, healthcare communities invited to one of four regional meetings to create a new vision for the future of EMS

The EMS Agenda 2050 team has two remaining public meetings where attendees will meet and discuss the future of EMS with the project's Technical Expert Panel, a group of 10 individuals with wide-ranging and diverse experiences within EMS systems and healthcare organizations.

Dallas, Texas 
March 1, 2018

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Protecting Patient Access to Emergency Medications Act of 2017 has passed the Senate.  Click here for more information.


Maia Dorsett, Phil Moy and Ritu Sahni represent NAEMSP in an impressive piece, The Little Bill That Could (Save EMS)," published Nov. 21,2017 in The Hill.

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Click here to sign up today to attend NAEMSP's Government Relations Academy! 

Tuesday, April 10 - 8:30 a.m.-Noon in Washington DC

NAEMSP’s Government Relations Academy will provide you with the knowledge, tools and confidence to advocate both locally and nationally for your EMS patients and practice. By meeting with NAEMSP’s government relations experts in DC, the GR Academy will teach you and your colleagues to interact effectively with local and national government. Hit the ground running for EMS on the Hill Day.