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Most webinars qualify for 1 hour of CAPCE - approved CEU credit for attendance of the live event. Once the webinar is complete you will be sent a link to register for your certificate of attendance within 1 week of the event. There will be a fee of $25.00 for non-NAEMSE members to receive 1 hour of CEU. If you have attended a NAEMSE webinar in the past and would like to sign up for your certificate, please find the active registration links here.





D.O.S.E. - Direct On Scene Education

Terrie Godde, BS, CCP, EMS IC

EMS Education Coordinator

Bureau of EMS, Trauma and Preparedness

Michigan Dept. of Health & Human Services

Wed. June 3, 2020 @ 2pm ET


D.O.S.E. is a program for EMS and other First Responders to recognize unsafe sleep environments of infants. This one hour course will review Sudden Unexplained Infant Death, The American Academy of Pediatric recommendations for safe sleep, and the important role of our EMS professionals in helping to prevent many of these from occurring.

By the end of this session, participants will:

Understand the define SIDS and SUID.
Recognize a safe sleep environment.
Identify risk factors of infant sleep-related death.
Find resources to help families who may not be able to afford a safe sleep environment.





  Assessing Resources: Why is it important and how to incorporate it into your program.

CoAEMSP | The Committee on Accreditation for the EMS Professions

George Hatch, EdD, LP, EMT-P, Executive Director
Jeff McDonald, MEd, NRP, Board Member
Patricia Tritt, MA, RN, Technical Consultant
Jennifer Anderson Warwick, MA, Accred. Consultant
Thurs. June 11, 2020 @ 2pm ET

Programs are required to evaluate the appropriateness and effectiveness of their resources. This session will identify resources an EMS program must assess and tools to support the program's assessment. We will dive deeper into what it means to assess resources, what tools to use, and how often a program should assess its resources. This webinar is targeted for EMS educators of all levels.






Building & Removing Scaffolds: Helping Your Students Become Independent Learners

Kyle Bates, MS, NRP

Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director
Thurs. June 25, 2020 @ 12pm ET

When building a wall you eventually get to the point where you can no longer stand on the ground alone and must use a scaffold to build the wall higher and higher. In education, we use scaffolds to help students to gain a better understanding of a subject and, ultimately, greater independence from the instructor. Eventually, these are removed and the student, as well as the wall, can stand alone. In this interactive session, we will discuss constructing scaffolds and when the time is right to remove them. 






Connecting ECG Differential Diagnosis to Patient Management: A Team-Based Learning Approach

Maia Dorsett

Thurs. July 9, 2020 @ 3pm ET


Higher level ECG interpretation goes beyond rate, rhythm, axis, intervals to build a differential diagnosis of ECG findings that helps guide patient management.  Team Based Learning (TBL) is a collaborative learning strategy that is particularly amenable to teaching students about differential diagnosis and its application to patient care.  This webinar will provide background on TBL design and discuss how we have applied it to ECG education for paramedic students. 





Educating Culturally Competent EMS Educators

Sahaj Khalsa, BS, NRP, NM, I/C

NAEMSE, Board of Directors

Wed. July 22, 2020 @ 2pm ET


As a growing body of research reveals disparities in prehospital treatment for minority patients, EMS educators and Program Directors are obligated to understand how we impact this care. We serve as gatekeepers to the profession and, in that role, we may be playing a role in perpetuating disparities in care for our patients. However, we must recognize that the disparities are a result of systemic, not individual, issues, and will require systemic solutions. This presentation will review the latest evidence on disparities and discuss best practices on how to mitigate them. We will identify policies which may be continuing disparities and the impact we may have through the "hidden curriculum" in our programs.



Webinar Archive



 Maintaining the Mental Health of the EMS Student AND the EMS Educator



Maintaining Resiliency During Times of Uncertainty



Practical Execution of a Virtual Simulation Exercise



 Tips & Tricks for Conducting Virtual Simulation Training



 Simulation from a Safe Distance



 You’ve moved your training online, but are your students really

engaged throughout the process?



 The Highs and Lows of Technology in Distance Education



 Remote/Distance/Virtual Simulation: Keeping your EMS Education program going



 Delivering Medical Manikin EMT Skills Content Online



 The Future of Immersive Learning in EMS



Emergency Remote Teaching in a Crisis Situation



Platinum Educational Group - Learn about Secure High Stakes Exams at a Low Cost



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