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Help Create a Bold New Agenda for the Future of EMS

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Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2016 9:10 AM

 

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Help Create a Bold New Agenda for the Future of EMS
Application process to serve on the EMS Agenda 2050 Technical Expert Panel to open in January

In 2017, the EMS community will embark on an effort to create a new vision for the future of the nation's EMS system, more than twenty years after the publication of the landmark original EMS Agenda for the Future.

The new initiative, Agenda 2050: Envisioning the Future of EMS, will be a collaborative project with many opportunities for public participation. A Technical Expert Panel (TEP) with members from diverse professional backgrounds will be selected to steer the project, lead the drafting of the new Agenda, and gather important input from the EMS community and the public. A description of the role and responsibilities of TEP members is available online.

Those interested in serving on the EMS Agenda 2050 Technical Expert Panel will need to complete an application online. The application process will open Monday, January 9th and will close on Monday, January 30th. Those interested in applying are encouraged to begin preparing now for the 3-week application window. Applicants will be required to submit:

  • A current resume or CV
  • At least one, and up to three, letters of recommendation
  • A personal statement describing the applicant's qualifications, expertise and experience (500-800 words)
  • A description of how the applicant would contribute to the development of a panel that meets the characteristics described in the TEP description (400-600 words)

Joining the NHTSA Office of EMS in supporting the EMS Agenda 2050 project and selecting the members of the TEP are the:

  • EMS for Children Program at the Health Resources and Services Administration
  • Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the Department of Health and Human Services
  • Department of Homeland Security Office of Health Affairs

Sign up to receive email notifications about the TEP application process and news at EMSAgenda2050.org.

 

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Help Create a Bold New Agenda for the Future of EMS
Application process to serve on the EMS Agenda 2050 Technical Expert Panel to open in January

In 2017, the EMS community will embark on an effort to create a new vision for the future of the nation's EMS system, more than twenty years after the publication of the landmark original EMS Agenda for the Future.

The new initiative, Agenda 2050: Envisioning the Future of EMS, will be a collaborative project with many opportunities for public participation. A Technical Expert Panel (TEP) with members from diverse professional backgrounds will be selected to steer the project, lead the drafting of the new Agenda, and gather important input from the EMS community and the public. A description of the role and responsibilities of TEP members is available online.

Those interested in serving on the EMS Agenda 2050 Technical Expert Panel will need to complete an application online. The application process will open Monday, January 9th and will close on Monday, January 30th. Those interested in applying are encouraged to begin preparing now for the 3-week application window. Applicants will be required to submit:

  • A current resume or CV
  • At least one, and up to three, letters of recommendation
  • A personal statement describing the applicant's qualifications, expertise and experience (500-800 words)
  • A description of how the applicant would contribute to the development of a panel that meets the characteristics described in the TEP description (400-600 words)

Joining the NHTSA Office of EMS in supporting the EMS Agenda 2050 project and selecting the members of the TEP are the:

  • EMS for Children Program at the Health Resources and Services Administration
  • Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the Department of Health and Human Services
  • Department of Homeland Security Office of Health Affairs

Sign up to receive email notifications about the TEP application process and news at EMSAgenda2050.org.

 

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