Education & Exhibits

2017 Education

Are you and your EMS leaders ready to tackle the current issues facing the EMS industry?

Connect and learn with other top EMS leaders at Fire-Rescue Med (FRM). FRM 2017 offers inspiring speakers that focus on hot topics, best practices, and case studies to keep you informed and provide solutions to these issues.

View full education session listing.

What You Need to Know Now

Hear from EMS chiefs and officers who have led their departments through demanding circumstances and what you can learn from their experiences. Plus, changes in EMS response and healthcare, learn how others are adapting to these changes and what you need to know.

Sessions include:

  • Response to the Pulse Nightclub Tragedy
  • Setting Up a Peer Support Program in Your Fire Department 
  • Healthcare in America: Are We on the "Right" Path? 

Earn CEUs Through Columbia Southern UniversityCSU logo

We are happy to announce that the 2017 Fire Rescue Med conference has been approved for CEUs through Columbia Southern University. 

If you are interested in receiving a CEU certificate, please complete the sign–in sheet for each eligible course you attend. At the conclusion of the conference, submit your request for certificate from Columbia Southern Universitiy. 

The $25.00 service fee has been waived for this conference.  

 

 

2017 Exhibits

The FRM Exhibit Hall provides a great place to learn about innovation products in EMS. Attendees can speak with vendors, discover new products, and see the latest equipment enhancements. View all the participating EMS industry partners here.

In addition, lunch is provided daily in the exhibit hall, making it a great opportunity to network with new colleagues and catch up with old friends.



"The Fire Rescue Med conference is one of those valuable opportunities to engage in learning, networking, and meeting people from all disciplines that have a passion for excellence in emergency medicine. It also offers presentations on relevant and current topics in fire based medical response."

– Bill Kinsey, Division Chief, Bullhead City (AZ) Fire Dept