Check out the wide-ranging conference program which offers over 230 hours of continuing education accredited by CAPCE through hands-on training, pre-conference workshops and classroom sessions.
EMS SKILLS ROOM
For the first time at JEMS @ FDIC, Indianapolis EMS will be offering a two-day continuing education skills room. Participants will have the opportunity to perform and be checked off on skills required by most state certifications. These skills include splinting and bandaging, medication administration, OB and trauma management. Participants can complete all the skills in one setting or come and go as their schedules allows. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind event on Wednesday, April 26th and Thursday, April 27th.
The JEMS Games is a challenging and educational clinical competition highlighting cutting-edge simulation technology. The preliminary competition challenges teams to appropriately assess and provide quality, efficient patient care during three realistic, high-pressure scenarios.
The Cadaver Labs provide a unique opportunity to review relevant anatomy associated with critical care and lifesaving emergency procedures. Participants will enhance their understanding of the various procedures and the associated risks and benefits through the hands on practicum.
HANDS ON EXPERIENCE
Test drive new equipment and products during the Hands on Experience, all while earning CE credits. This is the go-to place to discover new products and put them to the test right on the exhibit hall floor.
JEMS INNOVATION SUMMIT
The JEMS Innovation Summit is a platform for peer-to-peer interaction among senior EMS leaders from major metropolitan regions in the US. This is an intimate, highly focused event and every facet is designed to spark new ideas, perspectives, and connections.