Agenda

October 22-25, 2010 || Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC

Annual IAEMSC EMS Leadership Summit


Friday, October 22:
1800‐2100 Registration & Opening Reception
   
Saturday, October 23:
0800‐0900 Continental Breakfast & Registration
0900‐0915 Welcome
0915-1000 Keynote Address (Embargoed)
1015‐1045 Advances in Planning Technology: Answering difficult questions with new approaches || Chris Callsen
1045‐1115 Break with Exhibitors
1115-1200 Heather Issvoran, Director Naval Postgraduate School
1215-1330 Buffet Lunch with Exhibitors
1330-1430 Jose Vazquez, Director First Responder Technologies Science and Technology Directorate U.S. Department of Homeland Security
1430-1530 National Preparedness Policy Richard Reed Special Assistant to the President Executive Office of the President
1530-1600 IAEMSC General Meeting
1600-1700 Reception with Exhibitors
   
Sunday, October 24:
0800‐0900 Continental Breakfast
0900-0930 Advancing Graduate Education for EMS Leaders || Mike Ward, Professor George Washington University
0930-1015 Health Reform: The Inside View || Gregory Margolis, Robert Wood Johnson Health Care Policy Fellow
1015-1045 BP Oil Spill Command Operations || Donald Hiett, Assistant Fire Chief (Ret) Atlanta (GA) Fire Department
1045-1115 Command Simulation || Andy Wordin, Captain II Los Angeles City (CA) Fire Department
1115-1145 After Action Report: EMS Delivery to the Winter Olympic Games || Michael Sanderson, Chief British Columbia Ambulance Service Canada
1145-1330 Buffet Lunch with Exhibitors
1330-1400 National Injury and Illness Database Update || Geoffrey Miller, Director Emeritus IAEMSC
1400-1430 Philips
1430-1600 EMS Leadership Round Table: Advocating for Change || Kurt Krumperman, President Advocates for EMS with NAEMT, NAEMSO and NAEMSP (invited)
1600-1730 Reception with Exhibitors
   
Monday, October 25:
0800-0900 Continental Breakfast
0900-0945 Mark Shriver, Chairman National Commission
1000-1130 Role of EMS in Community Preparedness & Response
FEMA/ASPR Joint Session
Richard Serino, Deputy Administrator, FEMA, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
Dr. Gerald Parker, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary; Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness & Response, U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services
1130-1145 President’s Remarks/Closing
1145-1330 Buffet Lunch with Exhibitors
1330 Congressional Visitations
   

Brought to you with generous support by:
Philips