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FRIDAY

4 pm to 5 pm

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: The Role of Mentoring in EMS

No one in EMS succeeds alone. However, far too frequently new practitioners are left to “take their lumps” and languish without proper guidance. This common dilemma leads to not only poor patient care, but serves to weight down EMS as a profession in face of progress. This motivational discussion will describe the importance of mentors in EMS and discuss the role of EMS education in fostering these relationships.

Dan Batsie        EMS Education Director           State of Vermont

5 pm Meet and Greet/Exhibitors

6 pm to 8:30 pm

Round Table Discussions

 

     Clinical

Jodie Harbert

 

     Rural EMS Education

Jennifer Stout

 

     New coordinator

TBA

 

     High School EMS Programs

Tony Ayub

 

    Accreditation and Appendix G

Hatch and Michelle Prescott

SATURDAY

8 am to 9 am

Texas Association of EMS Educators Meeting

Introduction of Bylaws, Officers, and Our Future. 

Jeff McDonald,   Michelle Prescott and Diedra Blankenship

9 am to 10 am

Threat-Stress Management

Implication of threat-stress on students and when this can hurt, or help students.

Paul Garcia Lecturer University of Texas Health

10 am to 11:30 am

Stop Talking at Your Students

Quick tips and tricks to do in the classroom that get away from traditional lecture.
​Got something? Let us know! Be prepared to bring any materials you need to show us how to do it. We want to get everyone involved in your ideas.

Prescott and Blankenship

11:30 am Exhibits Open

11:30 am to 1 pm

Lunch plus exhibit time (1.5 hours)

1 pm to 2 pm

Role of the Teacher: Stop Talking at Students and Teach Mastery

Jeff Hayes

2 pm  to 2:15 pm

BREAK

 

2:30 pm Exhibits Close

2:15 pm to 3:30 pm

DSHS Course Coordinator Update (No CE)

Join DSHS Staff for an update on what’s new and what’s on the horizon. 

Brett Hart et al

3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

EMS Education Dinosaurs

How willing are you to change what you've been doing for decades in the classroom? Are your analogies older than your students? Are we teaching to only listen to ourselves pontificate or truly invested in promoting lifelong learning? Are we effectively developing critical thinkers who can translate theory into practice? What strategies, tools, and technology can breathe life back into your classroom and engage your EMS students?

McDonald and Prescott

4:30 pm Summit Ends

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