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Attention NAEMSE Symposium Attendees: Tonight is Trading Post Networking Night

August 3, 2016

From 7:30-11:30 PM tonight, NAEMSE Symposium attendees have an opportunity to share some of their most unique electronic teaching resources at NAEMSE’s Trading Post Networking Night, sponsored by Fisdap. Whether PowerPoint presentations photos, outlines, lesson plans, quizzes or videos, attendees can “trade” some of their resources in exchange for being able to receive everything that other participants brought with them to the Symposium, plus some of the Trading Posts’ current best selections.

This month's PCRF Journal Club webinar: Paramedics Assessing Elders at Risk for Independence Loss (PERIL)

July 6, 2016

Please join the PCRF moderators on Monday, July 11, 2016 at 12:00 PM (Central) to discuss:

ClinCon Attendees: Our Scenario Validation Workshop is nearly full!

July 1, 2016

If you are attending Florida’s ClinCon conference this month and would like to attend our Scenario Validation Workshop, please note that there are only a few spots left. You can reserve one of these final spots by registering now at www.emlrc.org/clincon.

About the Workshop:

New Item Writing Workshop Announced: June 21-22 in Elizabethtown, KY

May 27, 2016

We’re pleased to announce a new Item Writing Workshop on June 21-22 in Elizabethtown, KY. EMS educators are invited to attend and learn the recipe for 100% success on the NREMT exam and how to be fully prepared for CoAEMSP visits. Plus, attendees will be eligible to receive 11.5 hours of CE at no cost.

Work with a local community of educators to learn:

Educational Scheduling and Skills Tracking Workshop

April 29, 2016
Learn How To Use Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Competency and Accreditation Documentation
  • Demo Fisdap’s robust Scheduler and Skills Tracker tools
  • Discuss the benefits of skills tracking and research on collected patient care data
  • Meet the National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP)
Clinical internships allow students to apply the knowledge they’ve gained in a real-world setting, however scheduling and tracking this experience is often difficult for educators, clinicians, preceptors, and students.

Discuss Cognitive load theory for the design of medical simulations with the PCRF Journal Club

February 2, 2016

Join the Prehospital Care Research Forum (PCRF) as we discuss "Cognitive load theory for the design of medical simulations," by Kristin L. Fraser, MD, Paul Ayres, PhD, and John Sweller, PhD.

Megan Corry will join Dave Page in co-facilitating our discussion this month. Register now to attend at: http://fisdap.hs-sites.com/pcrf-journal-club-register

Sponsored by the Prehospital Care Research Forum (PCRF) and facilitated by Fisdap, the PCRF Journal Club is a live podcast series featuring round-table discussions of new EMS research.

Attend an upcoming NAEMSE/CoAEMSP Accreditation & Student Competency workshopBy Rachael Rosen

May 29, 2013

We heard really great feedback from the first workshop in Dallas--we encourage you to check out this new workshop series.

The next workshop is June 25-27 in Los Angeles, CA.

The 3-day, co-sponsored sessions have been designed to update the new paramedic program director (and others) on the CAAHEP accreditation process and to assist instructors in appropriately evaluating students in all domains while complying with CAAHEP accreditation standards.

The flyers, including a registration form, are attached below.

Get a free pass to visit the exhibit hall at EMS Today in Washington, DCBy Rachael Rosen

February 20, 2013

Email Rachael at rrosen [at] fisdap [dot] net for a form to get your free pass!


The 2013 Research Summit will be here before you know it!By Rachael Rosen

August 14, 2012

We're a couple months away from opening registration for the 2013 Research Summit, but if you want a notification email in October, sign up for the Research Summit email list to make sure you get the registration announcement.

Or email rrosen [at] fisdap [dot] net (subject: 2013%20Fisdap%20Research%20Summit) (Rachael Rosen) for more information about the 2013 Research Summit.

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