The annual EMSC EMS Survey is now available. The assessment launched on January 6th and is available until March 15, 2021. Indiana registered EMS Agencies may complete via emscsurveys.org
The goal of this assessment is to understand the capabilities of EMS agencies in our state to treat ill or injured children, specifically in regards to the use of pediatric specific equipment and the coordination of pediatric care.
Application packets are now available. Interested hospitals, please contact Program Manager, Margo Knefelkamp via email email@example.com or phone 317-630-7742 office, and 317-523-4636 mobile. Indiana hospital emergency departments may apply to be recognized as “Pediatric Ready” or “Pediatric Advanced.”
Pediatric seizure is one of the most common neurologic emergencies in children. Prolonged seizure (status epilepticus) can be very difficult to manage and can create stress and anxiety not just to the patient family, but also to the healthcare provider. As the goal of seizure management is to stop the seizure as soon as possible, identifying best practices for treatment is important. The PEAK content is provided to help with managing status epilepticus from prehospital to the hospital environment and highlight available resources for our patients and families with epilepsy.
The EMSC Innovation and Improvement Center is providing FREE limited time access from the King Faisal Specialist Hospital Centre (Riyadh) to the International Conference in Pediatric Emergency. Access over 20, 30-minute lectures on high-impact pediatric topics from five world-leading PEM researchers and educators.
To access: https://medicalacademy.org/portal/event/view/1258