IAFC EMS Section

The IAFC EMS Section is a forum that addresses fire service based-EMS issues and provides guidance and direction to the IAFC board, IAFC membership, the federal government and other interest groups.

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Latest Activity: May 2, 2013


In an effort to connect with more fire-EMS professionals and share ideas and practices, we've started this group on JEMS Connect. We look forward to seeing our friends join the discussions as well as making new contacts with professionals across the country.

First, we want to introduce you to the new podcast series we've started called "Fully Involved." Each month, hot topics, news and current events affecting fire and EMS will be discussed by leading professionals in the field.

When we have a new episode, we'll post a new discussion thread below with the info. After listening to each podcast, you can share your feedback by commenting on that thread.

Be sure to invite your fire-EMS colleagues. Let's get started!

EMS Discussion Forum

Thoughts on this year's Conference

Started by Chris Azevedo Mar 8, 2011.

What is Your EMS Operations Structure? 1 Reply

Last reply by Michael Cashion Sep 30, 2010.

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Comment by Erich M. Weldon on August 23, 2011 at 12:10am

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Comment by Chris Azevedo on March 8, 2011 at 12:35pm
Wow! EMS Today 2011 has now come and gone.  There were a few common threads in many presentations that were highlighted especially in Dr. Meyers's keynote speech.  I'm very surprised there have been no discussions regarding anything posted--especially here (or does everyone just go straight to the General discussion area?).  Any thoughts on this year's conference and the keynote theme?
Comment by Jim Cole on September 16, 2010 at 7:04pm
A life and career changing conference. I hope you can make it. I'll be attending.
Comment by Norris W. Croom III on August 31, 2009 at 3:44pm
Latest web/pod cast is available on iTunes or at Listen to the interview with Dr. George Hatch on accreditation of paramedic education programs.

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