EMS Events
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    Fire-Rescue Med
    August 17 - 18, 2020
    Phoenix, AZ
    Education for fire-based EMS leaders, including new and aspiring chiefs, on hiring and retaining, public/private integration, technology, billing for services, community paramedicine, active shooter response & more.
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    Fire-Rescue International
    August 19 - 21, 2020
    Phoenix, AZ
    FRI, the IAFC's annual conference and expo, provides senior-level leadership training for chiefs and officer development education for chief and company officers, new ways to connect with vendors and colleagues, and the latest solutions to today's toughest challenges.
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    Fire-Rescue International
    July 28 - 31, 2021
    Charlotte, NC
    FRI, the IAFC's annual conference and expo, provides senior-level leadership training for chiefs and officer development education for chief and company officers, new ways to connect with vendors and colleagues, and the latest solutions to today's toughest challenges.
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    Fire-Rescue International
    August 24 - 27, 2022
    San Antonio , TX
    FRI, the IAFC's annual conference and expo, provides senior-level leadership training for chiefs and officer development education for chief and company officers, new ways to connect with vendors and colleagues, and the latest solutions to today's toughest challenges.
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  • January 17, 2019
    As the debate over requiring a degree for paramedic education heats up, I want to clarify one thing: EMS is not the same as other health fields. Stop comparing EMS to any other form of medicine. read more
  • January 3, 2019
    There's no evidence that requiring college degrees will help advance the EMS industry, yet this same requirement could create significant obstacles to caring for patients. read more
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