The goal of the EMS Scholarly Track is to develop a working skill set that can be used to provide medical oversight to EMS agencies, deliver expert instruction to EMS personnel and provide disaster planning and recovery to the community at large.
In order to successfully complete the track, residents must complete the following:
The 100 hours of logged activities must be logged in the resident’s MedHub folio in order count toward completion. Ten (10) hours must be completed in each of three core areas: EMS Operations, Disaster Planning/Management, and EMS Education. The remaining 70 hours may be divided according to the individual resident’s areas of interest.
In exceptional circumstances, alternative courses may be substituted for the NAEMSP MDC (e.g., CONTOMS Medical Directors Course, FDNY MSOC, SOMA).
Faculty advisor approval must be received three (3) months prior to the intended substitution.