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Next Up: Nashville

After a hugely successful EMS World Expo in Las Vegas last October, it’s not too early to think about what you want to teach (or learn) in Nashville in 2018. Did you attend a session whose topic piqued your interest? Have some innovative ideas for a new topic or a new approach to an old problem?

Now’s the time to give back by transmitting your brainpower and experience to all those eager EMS providers. With over 200 hours of continuing education available in tracks ranging from ALS to BLS, Educator to Leadership, and Special Populations to Management, there is no shortage of potential topics.

New for the 2018 Expo is our New Speaker Mentorship program. We are looking to cultivate and develop new talent. To that end, our EMS World advisory board members, seasoned and experienced, will be offering their expertise to you: assisting with content, coaching your speaking skills, and guiding you in polishing your presentation so you’re confident and prepared to deliver to attendees the best education possible. We encourage those who are new to the speaker circuit or those who are regional speakers to consider this opportunity.

The EMS World Expo conference program features timely, thought-provoking, and educationally sound topics that are relevant to EMTs, paramedics, critical care providers, EMS educators, emergency nurses, EMS medical directors, EMS administrators, and managers. In 2017 we had more than 5,000 attendees from close to 50 countries—how about that for an audience? 

Ride the wave of continuing education momentum and strive for further excellence in your EMS practice by submitting a presentation idea for EMS World Expo 2018. Visit www.emsworldexpo.com and follow the link. The 2018 EMS World Expo is scheduled for October 29–November 2 in Nashville. Presentation proposals are due no later than January 15, 2018.  
 

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