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DATE: Wednesday – April 25, 2018
TIME: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
LOCATION: Hartford Police Department
COST: FREE with food/breaks provided
Class will be limited to 20.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 11, 2018
The Team Two curriculum focuses on collaboration between law enforcement, dispatchers and mobile mental health crisis teams in the field. New in 2017-2018: EMTs are invited! Discussion on: Warrants, emergency department issues, screening/assessment difficulties as well as practical tips comprise this scenario- based training. Completion of ACT 80 training (Interacting with Persons with a Mental Illness) is a pre-requisite for law enforcement officers.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Please send the following information to Kristin Chandler by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Celebrate EMS on the State House lawn!
Vermont Emergency Medical Services Week is an opportunity for agencies, districts and hospitals to highlight the importance of EMS in our communities and to thank EMS providers for their dedication and service. To that end, the Vermont Department of Health will be hosting an EMS Day at the State House on Wednesday, April 25th. At this event, will offer a poster presentation and EMS leadership meet and greet in the Cedar Creek Room from 11:00 until 12:00 and a large display on the state house lawn from 12:00PM until 2:00PM. The rain date will be Thursday, April 26th.
This year’s Vermont EMS week theme is “We Are VT EMS” and will highlight the strengths and challenges of Vermont’s many different EMS delivery models. We will also focus on the wide range of additional roles and responsibilities EMS shares. Learn more about National EMS week through the American College of Emergency Physicians.