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We are pleased to open the 2015 Call for Abstracts for Innovations in EMS Fellow Education.
Potential Exhibitors and Attendees - Please see the important note on the Annual Meeting page and Exhibitor and Sponsor page regarding hotel reservations in New Orleans.
We look forward to your joining us in New Orleans! January 22-24, 2015 Hyatt Regency New OrleansNew Orleans, Louisiana Click here for information on the 2015 Annual Meeting as it becomes available.
Don't put it off; submit an article TODAY!
NAEMSP is always seeking articles for the next issue of NAEMSP® News. Please e-mail Joe DeLucia, editor, with articles by the following established deadlines for 2014:
Friday, October 24
Any submission is appreciated, preferably about 400 words. Anything related to EMS: book reviews, interesting cases, updates and news.
Thanks,Joe DeLucia, DO, FACEP
NAEMSP® Newsletter Editor
CDC Twitter Chat: What U.S. Healthcare Facilities Need to Know to Prepare for Ebola Virus Disease
The recent Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa has increased the need for U.S. healthcare facilities to be prepared to handle potential patients with Ebola virus disease. Additionally, two American citizens with Ebola virus disease have been medically evacuated to the United States to receive care in a U.S. hospital. During this Twitter chat, CDC will answer clinicians’ questions on what steps U.S. healthcare facilities can take to prepare for the possibility of caring for a patient with Ebola virus disease.
Date: Friday, August 8, 2014 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 pm (Eastern Time)Tweet with: CDC Ebola Response ExpertsHow to Participate: Follow @CDCgov on Twitter and use hashtag #CDCchat For more information visit: https://twitter.com/CDCgov
Special Operations Medical Association will be conducting its 2014 Scientific Assembly at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida, December 8-11.
On behalf of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), I am pleased to announce the release of a new CDC Blast Injury mobile application to assist in the response and clinical management of injuries resulting from terrorist bombings and other mass casualty explosive events. This application provides clear, concise, up-to-date medical and healthcare systems information to assist healthcare providers and public health professionals in the preparation, response, and management of injuries resulting from terrorist bombing events and other mass casualty explosive events.