Advancing the EMS profession


Mass Attacks Defense Toolkit

View Toolkit  The Mass Attacks Defense Toolkit can help reduce casualties from mass shootings and other violent attacks. Funded by the National Department of Justice, this toolkit was created by RAND Corporation researchers to help reduce the likelihood of mass shootings and other public attacks, and reduce the casualties of completed attacks. Whatever your role or level of experience, this toolkit can make you a better defender against mass attacks.


World Trauma Symposium

View Program & Register  On October 11, the 2022 World Trauma Symposium will be conducted in Orlando, Florida, and live-streamed around the world. Held in conjunction with EMS World Expo, the program will feature experts in trauma care, speaking on: effective resuscitation without the use of whole blood, pediatric disaster response, prolonged field care in austere environments, the new field triage guidelines, prehospital pain management, ocular and burn trauma, and TCCC updates. The in-person event includes a continental breakfast, luncheon, and exhibits. Attendees can receive up to 8 hours of CAPCE-approved or ACCME CE credits.


NAEMT EMS Recruitment Guide

Download Guide | In response to the ongoing, critical personnel shortages that our agencies are facing, NAEMT’s EMS Workforce Committee has collected some best practices and successful case studies of EMS agency recruitment strategies. Their work has been compiled into a new guide on Innovative Recruitment Strategies for EMS Agencies. This guide includes:

• Tips for starting a recruiting program.
• Case studies on what’s worked for EMS agencies.
• Practical advice on getting out the word about job openings and marketing your EMS agency using social media.




2021 NAEMT Annual Report

View Annual Report | In 2021, the pandemic continued to bring uncertainty and challenges to our lives. Through all the ups and downs, EMS practitioners continued to serve their communities with fortitude and compassion – from administering vaccines and monoclonal antibodies, to treating the victims of mass casualty incidents, to responding to the epidemic of mental health crises and drug overdoses. Your perseverance and determination to move forward with recovery was truly remarkable. NAEMT is proud to serve the EMS workforce.We encourage you to share this report with your colleagues.



New Course | NAEMT, with support from FirstNet®, Built with AT&T, is pleased to announce the availability of the new Mental Health Resilience Officer (MHRO) course to assist EMS agencies in building and supporting the mental health resilience of their personnel. The online MHRO course prepares EMS personnel to serve as their agency’s Mental Health Resilience Officer. In this role, the MHRO will engage with peers to develop an understanding of mental health issues and resilience; identify peers who are experiencing mental health stressors and crises; navigate peers in need to the right services for help; and support the development of a culture of mental health resilience and emotional wellness within the agency.