EMS University provides an opportunity for emergency medical professionals
to learn and discuss relevant patient care and management issues, as well
as a chance to network, meet, and stay connected with other EMS professionals.
April 6-8, 2017
CAM-PLEX Energy Hall
1635 Reata Drive
Gillette, Wyoming 82718
Speakers, courses and schedule
speakers, course descriptions and schedule will be uploaded when confirmed. Check
out the list of speakers
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EMS University is going mobile with an event app! We teamed up with CrowdCompass
to build an app that will make this year’s experience a lot more
valuable for our attendees, exhibitors, and speakers. This app will include
networking, schedules, social media and much more at the palm of your
hand. Benefits include:
- Access the event schedule and customize your agenda with personal appointments
- See all the speakers, read their bios, and view their presentations
- Get important updates and exciting offers through the app through Push
- See who’s attending and share contact information by networking with
Please take few minutes to to download the app
Crowd Compass from your mobile app store. Once the app is downloaded, please search
for EMS University. From there you will see the schedule, the session
descriptions and speaker bios.
In an effort to reduce costs, EMS University event organizers will not
provide a printed program this year. Daily schedules will be available
at registration during the event.
Returning this year: A competition for emergency medical professionals (formerly called Game
of Tones)! In this competition, participants will be required to test
their skills by working through several scenarios. Each team will face
a variety of emergencies, from heart attack to mass casualty. Will they
endure and come out victorious?
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Thank you to the Office of EMS, and the Hospital Preparedness Program,
Wyoming Department of Health, Public Health Division, Health Readiness
and Response Section, for their generous sponsorship of EMS University.
Their commitment to EMS education is appreciated by Campbell County Health
EMS, the conference participants and, most importantly, by those who benefit
from our services.
Rotating skill stations will be offered each morning starting at 7:30 am
and continuing until 9 am. Stations available for CME credit will be basic
splinting/stop the bleeding, spinal immobilization, CPR/AED, traction
splinting, basic airway and half backboard. These stations require active
participation. All equipment and personnel have been provided by Campbell
County Fire Department and Cambpell County Health.
Documentation and verification of attendance at EMSU educational sessions
is the participant’s responsibility. Continuing Education Credits
will be available for all courses. Please be sure to scan in at each session
you attend and remain in the room until the end of the session.
Cancellations & Refunds: available until March 24, 2017
Meals: Continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks will be provided.
Lodging: Discounted room arrangements are available with
Arbuckle Lodge; mention EMSU when registering. Call 307.685.6363.