706-841-2800 info@gtcnc.org

Central Georgia Region 5 EMS Pediatric Trauma Symposium

Pediatric Trauma Symposium

WHEN: Monday, January 24,2020

WHERE: Central Georgia Technical College H-Building ( Auditorium) located at 3300 Macon Tech Drive in Macon, Georgia

Register Online : www.surveymonkey.com/r/R52020PedsTraumaSymposium

Please e-mail region5rtac@gmail.com for additional details.

Admission  One New Teddy Bear

Discussion Topics: Abdominal Trauma, Mass Casualty Triage, Pediatric Burns, Orthopedic Trauma, Suicide Among Children and Teens and much more.

 

***New this Year….. FREE Pre-Symposium Workshops:

January 23, 2020
8:30a-12p Georgia EMS for Children – Peds CHAMP Orientation

12p-1p Central Georgia EMS-C Lunch & Learn

1p-4p Child Abuse Prevention & Intervention

1p-4p Improving Occupant Protection for Pediatric Patients in Ambulance

Please e-mail region5rtac@gmail.com for additional details

 

 

 

 

2020 GEMSA Leadership Program

2020 GEMSA Leadership Program
Applications due January 31, 2020

The Georgia EMS Association (GEMSA) is currently accepting applications for Year 9 of the Georgia EMS Leadership Program for 2020. All application materials must be MAILED to Kim Littleton, Leadership Program Director & GEMSA Executive Director, postmarked no later than January 31, 2020.

Please note: All applications must be submitted by mail as no email or fax copies will be accepted.

The GEMSA Board of Directors is pleased to announce that we have secured funding from the Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission to conduct the ninth EMS Leadership Education and Training Course in 2020.  The class will be conducted during four (4) up to one week sessions at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro and other locations across the State.  This funding will allow us to pay for all expenses, except for travel to and from the course, for participants selected for the program.  We will accept 25 students into the course.   

Learn more…

Download the cover letter about the program and learn about its history.

The course outline is available here along with the material that is tentatively scheduled to be presented during each session. The outline also lists the dates and locations (if determined) for each session.

Download the application here.

To be considered, your application package must contain the following documents:

  • Minimum Qualifications – A, B or C
  • Letter of Endorsement – A, or B, or C
  • Student Information
  • Student Essay
  • Student Commitment Verification
  • Supervisor acknowledgement of Leadership participation

Details regarding each element are on the application form.

This program, after eight very successful years, has captured national attention and is positioned to shape the future of EMS leadership training. We hope that you will choose to be a part of the 2020 class of the Georgia EMS Leadership Program.

All application materials must be MAILED to Kim Littleton postmarked no later than Friday, January 31, 2020 to:

Kim Littleton, Leadership Program Director
Georgia EMS Association
245 Oakland Pkwy, #608
Leesburg, GA 31763

All information is available on our website here

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The mission of the Georgia EMS Association is to advocate for the emergency medical provider, develop educational programs, liaison activities, provider benefit programs, and improvements to the Emergency Medical Service System in Georgia.

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Contact GEMSA:
Mary Napier, Communications Specialist – communications@georgiaemsassociation.com
Cathy White, Program Coordinator – program@georgiaemsassociation.com
Kim Littleton, Executive Director – director@georgiaemsassociation.com
386 River Point Drive | McDonough, GA 30252 | tel: 229.402.2240
www.georgiaemsassociation.com

Injury Prevention Grant Information

INJURY PREVENTION GRANT PROGRAM INFORMATION
REQUIRED LETTER OF INTENT DUE TODAY BY 5PM*
Friday, December 20, 2019
APPLICATION PERIOD
Monday, December 23, 2019 – Friday, February 7, 2020
AWARD AMOUNT
$10,000 – $30,000
ABOUT THIS INJURY PREVENTION GRANT
The Georgia Trauma Commission in partnership with the Georgia Trauma Foundation is initiating a grant program that seeks to reduce the burden of injury in Georgia. To realize this goal, we are awarding several grants that will catalyze and advance priorities that address the top mechanisms of injury Georgia: falls, transportation injury, and intentional injury. Successful proposals will be data-driven and leverage community partnerships to provide evidence-based or evidence-informed injury prevention programming targeting at-risk populations. We will prioritize projects that demonstrate:
  1. Engagement of trauma system, community and professional partners
  2. Cost effectiveness
  3. Ease of replication and sustainability in a variety of settings
GRANT ELIGIBILITY
Any organization or agency in and serving residents of the state of Georgia able to receive funds.
* LETTER OF INTENT
Letters of Intents (LOIs) are required and are due Friday, December 20, 2019 at 5pm EST. LOI’S will not be used to prevent full application submission, they are only a guide to prepare for the review process.
LOIs must include:
  • Title of the project
  • The name(s), affiliation(s), and email address(es) of the Principal Leader(s)
  • Names and affiliations of partners and/or organizations, if any
  •  A 30-line abstract of the proposed project (Arial, 11-point font; 0.5-inch margins; single -spaced)
REVIEW PROCESS
Experts in the fields of injury prevention will conduct a blind review and score applications based on programs that:
  • use a data-driven approach based on sources that may include trauma registry, hospital administrative data, public health or population data.
  • address major causes of injury in Georgia using evidence-based or evidence-informed strategies.
  • have an evaluation plan to measure the impact and disseminate these findings to further the field of knowledge.
  • are relevant across the state of Georgia or specific to regional needs within the State.
If you have any additional comments or questions please contact Lori Mabry at lori@georgiatraumafoundation.org.

FY2020 Regional System Improvement Grant

The Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission approved the FY2020 proposed budget of $ 264,247.00 for Regional System Improvement Grants. Every Regional Trauma Advisory Council is eligible to apply for the grant. Please have completed applications and proposal with budget information submitted by January 2, 2020.

Submit all applications to: gtcbusinessops@gtcnc.org

For additional information please contact us (706) 841-2800

GTC Funded Injury Prevention Grant Program

INJURY PREVENTION GRANT PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

REQUIRED LETTERS OF INTENT DEADLINE

Friday, December 20, 2019

 

APPLICATION PERIOD

Monday, December 23, 2019 – Friday, February 7, 2020

 

AWARD AMOUNT

$10,000 – $30,000

 

ABOUT THIS RESEARCH GRANT

The Georgia Trauma Commission in partnership with the Georgia Trauma Foundation is initiating a grant program that seeks to reduce the burden of injury in Georgia. To realize this goal, we are awarding several grants that will catalyze and advance priorities that address the top mechanisms of injury Georgia: falls, transportation injury, and intentional injury. Successful proposals will be data-driven and leverage community partnerships to provide evidence-based or evidence-informed injury prevention programming targeting at-risk populations. We will prioritize projects that demonstrate:

1.  Engagement of trauma system, community and professional partners

2.  Cost effectiveness

3.  Ease of replication and sustainability in a variety of settings

 

GRANT ELIGIBILITY

Any organization or agency in and serving residents of the state of Georgia able to receive funds.

 

LETTER OF INTENT 

Letters of Intents (LOIs) are required and are due Friday, December 20, 2019 at 5 pm EST. LOIs must include:

·     Title of the project

·     The name(s), affiliation(s), and email address(es) of the Principal Leader(s)

·     Names and affiliations of partners and/or organizations, if any

·      A 30-line abstract of the proposed project (Arial, 11-point font; 0.5-inch margins; single -spaced)

 

REVIEW PROCESS

Experts in the fields of injury prevention will conduct a blind review and score applications based on programs that:

·     use a data-driven approach based on sources that may include trauma registry, hospital administrative data, public health or population data.

·     address major causes of injury in Georgia using evidence-based or evidence-informed strategies.

·     have an evaluation plan to measure the impact and disseminate these findings to further the field of knowledge.

·     are relevant across the state of Georgia or specific to regional needs within the State.

 

If you have any additional comments or questions please contact Lori Mabry at lori@georgiatraumafoundation.org.

 

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On Demand STACS offered by Georgia Trauma Foundation

Southwest Trauma and Acute Care Symposium (STACS) is a multi-disciplinary trauma conference available via internet from anywhere in the world! The format is perfect for presenting this world-class conference electronically, making it accessible to the ENTIRE trauma team at no cost to participants!
The Georgia Trauma Foundation is hosting live and on-demand viewings across the state.
  • Viewings will be provided at no cost, but participants must apply to ensure a seat.
  • Earn up to 13 hours CME or Nursing & Paramedic Continuing Education Credit.
    • Participants must attend both days to receive credit.Participants must attend both days to receive credit.

Live Viewing – Thomasville

November 14-15, 2019
10:00am – 6:00pm EST
John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital
On-Demand Viewing – Savannah
November 25-26, 2019
8:00am – 4:00pm EST
Memorial Health University Medical Center
Visit: georgiatraumafoundation.org to register

Georgia Trauma Symposium and Spring Meetings 2020

Georgia Trauma Symposium & Spring Meetings
March 18-20, 2020
Chateau Elan Winery & Resort, Braselton, GA
The Georgia Trauma Symposium is open to all medical professionals and will address the latest advances and topics in trauma, critical care and emergency medicine, while emphasizing the importance of quality patient care.
Local and National Speakers Presenting on Friday, March 20th