America’s Music City Tunes in to EMS
This fall, Nashville will be the heart and soul of EMS as Tennessee’s “Music City” plays host to this year’s EMS World Expo, Nov. 9-13, at Music City Center. The nation’s largest EMS-focused conference and tradeshow, EMS World Expo provides superior and affordable education and learning opportunities to EMS providers at all levels, including five days of industry-leading education, co-located EMS events, off-site tours and the largest exhibit hall in North America.
Recognized for excellence in EMS education, EMS World Expo offers more than 130 CE-certified sessions taught by top industry experts, including two-day, one-day and half-day workshops focused on specific areas of skills development. The expo is co-located with the Mobile Integrated Healthcare Summit, which provides information to EMS agencies to show how mobile healthcare can improve patient care, redefine operations and increase revenue, and the World Trauma Symposium, which provides trauma professionals with information on the latest trends in global prehospital trauma care.
This year, EMS World Expo expands its educational opportunities to include off-site tours of Vanderbilt University Medical Center, one of the nation’s premier institutions of academic medicine. Attendees will tour the adult emergency department, the emergency communications center for LifeFlight and a LifeFlight helicopter.
With 300+ exhibitors and specialized educational opportunities, the EMS World Expo exhibit hall showcases products, technologies, services and training that directly improve delivery of patient care. Highlights include the SimLab, where attendees can test the most advanced simulators in the industry and use them to work through scenarios; the Exhibit Hall Learning Center, where attendees can earn free continuing education credits and the cadaver lab, which provides opportunities to learn the latest medical techniques and use the latest medical devices in a small group setting instructed by medical care professionals.
Produced by EMS World Magazine, EMS World Expo’s dynamic education focuses on the future of EMS to provide the skills and solutions first responders and emergency service providers need to meet the challenges of an ever-changing healthcare system. For more information or to register, visit EMSWorldExpo.com.
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