2019 Working Together Conference

Call For Speaker Proposals


We are now accepting speaker presentations proposals for consideration for the 2019 Wisconsin EMS Association Working Together Conference scheduled for January 16th-19th, 2019, in Milwaukee, WI at the Wisconsin Center.
The Wisconsin EMS Association Conference program features innovative, thought-provoking and educationally sound topics that are relevant to EMTs, paramedics, critical care providers, EMS educators, emergency nurses, EMS medical directors, EMS administrators, EMS Dispatchers, Fire Fighters and EMS Managers.
Our conference attracts over 2,500 people in just 4 days. 
This is an opportunity to contribute to the advancement of our profession and gain visibility as a leader in EMS.

Proposals are due by May 15, 2018

NOTE: You are limited to a maximum of 5 submissions for consideration. One submission per topic. *If you want to submit more than one topic; each topic requires a separate application submission. **Our system only allows one upload per submission. Please upload your speaker proposal via the submission form.  Please submit your bio, photo and resume via email to Amanda@wisconsinems.com.  


Congratulations Jennifer!

The Wisconsin EMS Association is proud to announce that Board Advocacy Chair, Jennifer Smith has been selected as the NAEMT Advocate of the Year and was present to represent WEMSA at the annual NAEMT EMS Day on the Hill in Washington, DC April 10-12, 2018.

Jennifer Smith is the Education Coordinator for Regions Hospital Emergency Medical Services in St. Paul Minnesota.  Here she has responsibility for the production and delivery of high-quality EMS continuing education.  In the classroom, she is known for making learning interesting and having a knack for helping students make connections which lead to long-term retention.  She also teaches at both of her local technical colleges; WITC and CVTC. She currently works clinically at St. Croix EMS in Hudson, Wisconsin as an AEMT.

She is active in advocating for EMS in the legislative arena.  Over the past years, she has attended the Wisconsin EMS Board Meetings and was recently appointed to the Training and Education Sub Committee.  A particular concern for Jennifer is addressing the shortages faced by rural EMS ambulance services in the area of staffing and accessing quality education. 

She currently serves as Regional Faculty and on the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee for the American Heart Association.  Her interest in Pre Hospital resuscitation began while working on the ResQ CPR study from 2006-2009.  While attending the quarterly Technical College EMS Advisory Board meetings, she is serving her second term as secretary.  Jennifer lives in Hudson, Wisconsin. 

 Regions EMs Update(April 2018)

Who's got ideas? Ooh, Ooh pick me!

 2019 WEMSA Pre-Conference Survey

Hello, WEMSA members!  I'm Amanda Bates, the new WEMSA Conference Director.  I want the 2019 Conference to be the best conference in the history of WEMSA. We can't do this without your help.  In an effort to improve the overall attendee experience, we want to hear your new ideas and feedback. Please click here to take a very short survey.   Should you run out of space to share your exciting ideas, please email us at WEMSA@Wisconsinems.com. 

Survey deadline is May 1, 2018

Complete the survey and be automatically entered into a drawing to win a free conference registration for the 2019 WEMSA Conference & Expo