KEMSA has partnered with various speakers - national and local - to bring you one live monthly 1-hour webinar throughout the rest of 2020. These FREE webinars are limited to KEMSA members only with a limited class size of 40 to provide quality interaction. Watch for more details as more dates are finalized this year.
These webinars are sponsored by:
Monday, Dec. 7, 1300-1400
Note: If you registered and do not receive your zoom details by noon on 12/6, please contact Mary Napier.
Topic: Slippery When Wet: Caring for a Newly-born - Tim Redding
This session will cover basic and advanced care for the treatment of a newly-born child. We will discuss assessment and management of healthy and sick children immediately after birth.
KEMSA members must login to the KEMSA website to be able to register for this event.
If you need to cancel your registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 4, so we can allow others to attend if possible. This course is limited to 40 students.
About Our Speaker
Redding, NRP, I/C
Tim Redding has been in EMS since 1992 and has been a paramedic and instructor since 1996. He is certified as an instructor by the AHA, Department of Homeland Security, NAEMT and is an Instructor Coordinator for the states of NH & MA. Tim was named the NH EMS Educator of the Year for 2017. He presents regularly at EMS conferences throughout the U.S. and has taught internationally in Guyana, Guatemala, Ireland, and Australia. Tim founded Emergency Education Consultants in 2005 and is a two-time Ironman.