Maryland RA Spring 2016
When: Thursday and Friday June 2nd
& 3rd 2016
Where: Howard County Public Safety Training
Directors, EMS supervisors, Fire/EMS Chiefs, EMS personnel of all levels, and
hospital staffs across the state of Maryland and surrounding regions
Through your attendance, you can
expect to increase your understanding of the interventions important to
pre-hospital cardiac arrest survival and learn to implement ways to track and
improve survival rates in your own community.
Topics to be covered:
that determine cardiac arrest survival
science behind CPR and current resuscitation practices
practices from regional EMS agencies
a cardiac arrest registry
cardiac arrest QA and QI to EMS field providers
CPR train-the-trainer practical session
The Maryland Resuscitation Academy (RA) along with the Maryland Institute of Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS) is pleased to announce our 2016 two-day Maryland RA will be held Thursday and Friday June 2-3, at Howard County’s Public Safety Training Center in Marriottsville, MD. The Maryland RA is a two-day, intensive course dedicated to improving survival rates of patients suffering pre-hospital cardiac arrest, and is suitable for EMS supervisors, medical directors, Fire/EMS chiefs, EMS personnel of all levels and hospital staffs across the state of Maryland and surrounding regions. Based on the curriculum of the world-renowned Resuscitation Academy in Seattle WA, the Maryland RA is co-sponsored by the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services (HCDFRS) and MIMESS.
**Tuition is complimentary,
and conference costs are generously covered by our sponsors.
The deadline to apply is
Friday, May 20, 2016. Click here for the application form or visit us online at www.ramaryland.org. Each person wishing to attend must complete a separate application form. For
questions about the Maryland RA or the application, feel free to email us at RAmaryland@hcdfrs.org.