2022 KEMSA Conference & Expo
August 11-14, 2022
Kansas Star Event Center, Mulvane, KS
The Kansas EMS Association invites those interested in contributing to EMS in Kansas to submit proposals for presentation for the 2022 KEMSA Conference & Expo scheduled for August 11-14, 2022 at the Kansas Star Event Center in Mulvane, Kansas (just south of Wichita, KS).
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2021
Submissions must be submitted online using the ONLINE SUBMISSION FORM HERE.
You will complete the online form, attach the required materials, and submit. Incomplete proposals will not be considered.
If you have more than one presentation, you only need to submit the online form once. After your first online submission, you can send additional presentations with titles, descriptions and objectives to email@example.com.
Questions? Contact Kari Presley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The KEMSA Conference & Expo is the premier educational event of the year for EMS personnel. It provides attendees with extensive amounts of continuing education hours, social and entertainment events, networking, and much more! The conference includes a pre-conference day on Thursday to allow for more CE hours and hands-on learning. The regular conference days are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until 12:30 pm. Regular conference days include general sessions and breakout sessions.
Call for Presentations
The deadline to submit proposals is September 30, 2021 for the 2022 Conference & Expo. All proposals will be reviewed by KEMSA’s Conference Committee. They will be evaluated by the following guidelines:
Proposals that are not complete will not be considered. Notifications will be sent out after the review process has been completed.
We would love to include your session handout or related materials in our mobile event app that will be available free to all attendees. Handouts will not be printed unless we get a special request.
If your presentation is selected, you contribute to the advancement of your profession and you gain visibility and recognition as a leader in EMS.
Compensation - National Speakers
National speakers are from more than 350 miles of the conference location - Mulvane, KS and present four lectures throughout the conference. Compensation is as follows:
Compensation - Regional Speakers
Regional speakers are from Kansas or within 350 miles of the conference location - Mulvane, KS and present one or two sessions. KEMSA does not pay regional speakers for their presentation, but compensation is as follows: