New England EMSC Pediatric Forum

SAVE THE DATE - March 9th!!


The Westin

Waltham, Massachusetts 

The forum is geared for PECCs, ED nursing and physician leadership and EMS leadership but all are welcome to register.  It will include interactive  workshops on how to do DIY low cost, low fidelity skills simulation, how to do critical debriefing and how to use structured hand-offs to improve signouts during transitions of care.  There will also be time set aside for networking sessions to give people the opportunity to meet their colleagues throughout the region.


To register:


The cost of the conference is $40 and CME/CEU/OEMS credits will be available.  If you had already pre-registered, you will have a spot reserved for you for 1 week (up to 12/13).  After that, your spot may be released back to open registration.

January CT-EMSC Newsletter

In case you did not receive it, or would like to, please click on the link:

January 9th 1-2pm


If you did not participate last session and would like to sign-up, please email Dr. Tiyyagura at

All meeting recordings and handouts for this series are available for you at

January 9th 7-8pm


Topic: Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (formerly known as SIDS) and DOSE (Direct on Scene Education) Outreach Program

If you are interested in joining this month's session, please email Victoria at

All meeting recordings and handouts for this series are available for you at

January 16th 5:30-8:30pm

CCMC Pediatric Evening Lecture Series

Topic: Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: Diagnosis and Management & Evaluation and Management of Pediatric Back Pain

To register for the session, please follow the link:

Hot off the Press!! New Policy and Technical Report from AAP

Pediatric Readiness in Emergency Medical Services Systems

Pediatric Disaster Readiness starts with Day to Day Readiness!

Pediatric Readiness Surveys will be taking place throughout 2020 -

January-March: EMS

June-September: ED

Watch your email today for our 2020 Pediatric EMS Survey!!  Please participate  and help us continue our programming!!!

We encourage you to share these links with staff and colleagues.

Children don't decide their circumstances or where they live. They cannot influence how the emergency medical system works available when they are ill or injured... but YOU CAN.


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