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Thursday, October 7
 

16:30 EDT

Conference Registration
Thursday October 7, 2021 16:30 - 17:30 EDT
Registration Area

17:30 EDT

SMEMSIC Board of Directors & Education Committee Meeting
CME Category
  • 1 Educational Administration

Thursday October 7, 2021 17:30 - 19:00 EDT
Michigan II & III
 
Friday, October 8
 

07:30 EDT

07:30 EDT

Conference Registration
Friday October 8, 2021 07:30 - 08:30 EDT
Registration Area

08:30 EDT

Why Things Go Right; Why Things Go Wrong
CME Category
  • 1 Educational Administration
  • 1 Measurement & Evaluation
  • 1 Instructional Techniques

This presentation provides an organizational risk management look inside any organization to show what can be done today to avoid/minimize incidents from going wrong. We will focus on the 5 Pillars of a successful organization and give the informed listener ideas that can be initiated in the workplace immediately upon return to improve performance. Included in this presentation are a series of rules to prevent incidents from going wrong.

Speakers
avatar for Gordon Graham

Gordon Graham

Gordon Graham is a 33-year law enforcement veteran, risk management expert, practicing attorney and public speaker. In 2002, along with Bruce Praet, Gordon founded Lexipol to standardize policy, procedure and training in public safety operations. He remains on the Lexipol Board of... Read More →


Friday October 8, 2021 08:30 - 11:30 EDT
Capitol I & II

11:30 EDT

Lunch for Conference Attendees
Friday October 8, 2021 11:30 - 13:00 EDT
Exhibitor Area

13:00 EDT

MDHHS/BETP EMS Q&A Session
CME Category
  • 1.5 Educational Administration
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Speakers
avatar for Terrie Godde

Terrie Godde

Terrie Godde began her emergency medical services career in 1984, and has been involved or worked all aspects of the EMS system, from road Paramedic, EMS Dispatch, Field Supervision and as an Education Coordinator. Her professional experience includes working at the Branch County... Read More →


Friday October 8, 2021 13:00 - 14:30 EDT
Capitol I & II

14:30 EDT

15:00 EDT

Breakout 1 • First Responder Performance Nutrition
CME Category
  • 1.5 Educational Administration

Organizations spend millions of dollars on assets each year. This class will break down how to protect the number one, most expensive, and most important asset to the EMS service, first responders. Each year we lose first responders due to health issues that are preventable and treatable through proper nutrition. This class will demonstrate simple approaches to fuel yourself and your crews to ensure they return for their next shift and can enjoy a long retirement after years of service. Join me to learn how to protect those who protect others each day.

Speakers
avatar for Maureen Stoecklein

Maureen Stoecklein

Maureen StoeckleinCanton Township MI FDFirefighter/Paramedic and DietitianMaureen has served as a registered dietitian for over 22 years and 21 years as a full time firefighter/paramedic for Canton Township Fire Department. Also while serving as a firefighter, she is the Director... Read More →


Friday October 8, 2021 15:00 - 16:30 EDT
Capitol I

15:00 EDT

Breakout 2 • Geriatrics: How To Teach A New Puppy Old Tricks
CME Category
  • 1.5 Special Considerations: Geriatric
  • 1 Instructional Techniques
  • 1 Measurement & Evaluation

How we, as I/C EMS Educators, can exhibit to our students' innovative ways to teach traditional assessments and treatments through empathy that will give them a realistic understanding of our growing geriatric population.    

Speakers

Friday October 8, 2021 15:00 - 16:30 EDT
Capitol II

15:00 EDT

Breakout 3 • Caged Squirrels: The Ins & Outs Of Education In A Changing World
CME Category
  • 1 Instructional Techniques
  • 0.5 Educational Administration

At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
  • Understand the many challenges facing EMS educators in both the pre and post-secondary settings.
  • Identify key points of interaction between students of all ages and the instructional staff.
  • Recognize areas of possible improvement and modification in communications.
  • Identify possible modes of improvement and continuing education needed to affect change from a communications standpoint.

Speakers
avatar for JC Robertson

JC Robertson

I graduated from Potterville High School in Potterville, MI in 1991. I have attended multiple colleges and universities for various classes, certifications, and licensures to include: Northern Michigan University, Lansing Community College, Sturgis Adult Education, Kellogg Community... Read More →


Friday October 8, 2021 15:00 - 16:30 EDT
Michigan II & III

16:45 EDT

Member / Exhibitor Reception • Door Prizes!
Drawing For Door Prizes!
You must have your ticket to win!

Friday October 8, 2021 16:45 - 18:00 EDT
Exhibitor Area
 
Saturday, October 9
 

07:30 EDT

Breakfast for Conference Attendees
Saturday October 9, 2021 07:30 - 08:30 EDT
Regency II

07:30 EDT

Conference Registration
Saturday October 9, 2021 07:30 - 08:30 EDT
Registration Area

08:30 EDT

EMS Provider Emotional Wellness Campaign: The Yellow Rose
CME Category
  • 1.5 Instructional Techniques

At the conclusion of this period, the participant will be able to:
  • Understand the scope of emotional wellness in the pre-hospital workplace.    
  • Describe the corrilation between stress and physical and emotional wellness.    
  • Analyze organizational culture related to emtional wellness.    
  • Define organizational culutre goals related to emotional wellness.    
  • Recognize leadership challenges that may impact culture change implementation.    
  • List the components of an action plan.    
  • Review statistics related tosuicide at the local, national, and global levels.    
  • Examine protective factors related to maintaining a healthy emotional state.    
  • Summerize Dr. Joiner's theory on why people die by suicide.    
  • Identify keep components of a emotinal wellness program.

Speakers

Saturday October 9, 2021 08:30 - 10:00 EDT
Capitol I & II

10:00 EDT

Morning Break • M&E Worksheet Completion
Remember to complete today's questions--turn in your worksheet by 1:00 pm!

Saturday October 9, 2021 10:00 - 10:30 EDT
Exhibitor Area

10:30 EDT

Breakout 4 • SMEMSIC Membership Benefits
CME Category
  • 1.5 Educational Administration

At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
  • Understand the mission of SMEMSIC.
  • Understand the benefits that are offered to SMEMSIC members.
  • Identify the different levels of membership within the SMEMSIC.
  • Recognize the different Region areas of EMS/EMSIC.
  • Recognize SMEMSIC Committee Board Members, their roles, and how they are our voice at the State level.

Speakers
avatar for Anthony Cerroni

Anthony Cerroni

I received my Master's Degree in Higher Education Leadership and my Bachelor's Degree in Emergency Management from Sienna Heights University. In my younger days, I received my Associate's Degree from Henry Ford Community College with a concentration on Paramedic.I’ve been working... Read More →


Saturday October 9, 2021 10:30 - 12:00 EDT
Michigan II & III

10:30 EDT

Breakout 5 • Caged Squirrels: The Ins & Outs Of Education In A Changing World
CME Category
  • 1 Instructional Techniques
  • 0.5 Educational Administration
At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
  • Understand the many challenges facing EMS educators in both the pre and post-secondary settings.
  • Identify key points of interaction between students of all ages and the instructional staff.
  • Recognize areas of possible improvement and modification in communications.
  • Identify possible modes of improvement and continuing education needed to affect change from a communications standpoint.

Speakers
avatar for JC Robertson

JC Robertson

I graduated from Potterville High School in Potterville, MI in 1991. I have attended multiple colleges and universities for various classes, certifications, and licensures to include: Northern Michigan University, Lansing Community College, Sturgis Adult Education, Kellogg Community... Read More →


Saturday October 9, 2021 10:30 - 12:00 EDT
Capitol I

10:30 EDT

Breakout 6 • Classroom Scaffolding: Supporting Student Access To Information
CME Category
  • 1 Measurement & Evaluation
  • 0.5 Instructional Technique

At the conclusion of this period, the participant will be able to:
  • Articulate an overview and know where to find more information on universal design for learning.    
  • Articulate a basic understanding of learning differences.    
  • Implement strategies to support learning differences.    
  • Know where to find support resources.  
  • Understand why informal and formal feedback practices are essential teaching strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Denielle Flynn

Denielle Flynn

Denielle has worked with preschool through adult learners and has a true appreciation for the art of teaching. She currently teaches and consults at University Liggett School, was a teacher consult with Utica Community Schools, and has taught as adjunct faculty at Oakland University... Read More →


Saturday October 9, 2021 10:30 - 12:00 EDT
Capitol II

12:00 EDT

Lunch for Conference Attendees
Saturday October 9, 2021 12:00 - 13:15 EDT
Exhibitor Area

12:45 EDT

M&E Answers Due • Have your badge scanned!
CME Category
  • 2 Measurement & Evaluation

Saturday October 9, 2021 12:45 - 13:00 EDT
Registration Area

13:15 EDT

"Merv Griffin" Presentation
CME Category
  • 0.5 Educational Administration
  • 0.5 Instructional Techniques

Speakers
avatar for Mark Fankhauser

Mark Fankhauser

Mark Fankhauser is the Captain – EMS Coordinator for the Grand Rapids Fire Department in Grand Rapids, MI. His primary responsibility is oversight of the EMS Division including initial and continuing education training. Mark has over 25 years of experience in emergency services... Read More →
avatar for J. David Feichtner

J. David Feichtner

Fire Chief, Springfield Township Fire Department
David Feichtner is the Chief at the Springfield Township Fire Department in Davisburg, MI. In this capacity, David oversees the departments full-time and paid-on-call firefighters. Prior to his current position, David was the Director of Operations for Clinical Services at Medstar... Read More →


Saturday October 9, 2021 13:15 - 14:15 EDT
Capitol I & II

14:30 EDT

Breakout 7 • Geriatrics: How To Teach A New Puppy Old Tricks
CME Category
  • 1.5 Special Considerations: Geriatric
  • 1 Instructional Techniques
  • 1 Measurement & Evaluation
How we, as I/C EMS Educators, can exhibit to our students' innovative ways to teach traditional assessments and treatments through empathy that will give them a realistic understanding of our growing geriatric population.  

Speakers

Saturday October 9, 2021 14:30 - 16:00 EDT
Michigan II & III

14:30 EDT

Breakout 8 • SMEMSIC Membership Benefits
CME Category
  • 1.5 Educational Administration
At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
  • Understand the mission of SMEMSIC.
  • Understand the benefits that are offered to SMEMSIC members.
  • Identify the different levels of membership within the SMEMSIC.
  • Recognize the different Region areas of EMS/EMSIC.
  • Recognize SMEMSIC Committee Board Members, their roles, and how they are our voice at the State level.

Speakers
avatar for Anthony Cerroni

Anthony Cerroni

I received my Master's Degree in Higher Education Leadership and my Bachelor's Degree in Emergency Management from Sienna Heights University. In my younger days, I received my Associate's Degree from Henry Ford Community College with a concentration on Paramedic.I’ve been working... Read More →


Saturday October 9, 2021 14:30 - 16:00 EDT
Capitol I

14:30 EDT

Breakout 9 • Classroom Scaffolding: Supporting Student Access To Information
CME Category
  • 1 Measurement & Evaluation
  • 0.5 Instructional Technique
At the conclusion of this period, the participant will be able to:
  • Articulate an overview and know where to find more information on universal design for learning.    
  • Articulate a basic understanding of learning differences.    
  • Implement strategies to support learning differences.    
  • Know where to find support resources.  
  • Understand why informal and formal feedback practices are essential teaching strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Denielle Flynn

Denielle Flynn

Denielle has worked with preschool through adult learners and has a true appreciation for the art of teaching. She currently teaches and consults at University Liggett School, was a teacher consult with Utica Community Schools, and has taught as adjunct faculty at Oakland University... Read More →


Saturday October 9, 2021 14:30 - 16:00 EDT
Capitol II

16:00 EDT

SMEMSIC Member Information Meeting
CME Category
  • 1 Educational Administration

Saturday October 9, 2021 16:00 - 17:00 EDT
Capitol I & II