Present Your Topic With Us!
Are you interested in sharing your experience and knowledge with other first responders in New Mexico? We need your help! The Center for Advanced Medical Training and Emergency Services Outreach will be starting a series of lectures, labs, and articles this summer. If you’re interested in presenting on a topic, please complete the attached form. We are interested in all topics and all levels relevant to NM EMS and EMT’s. Dates and times are flexible, but we will have a standing training day of the month in 2019 TBA. if we can accomodate your schedule we will.
Never presented before? No problem, we can help you prepare and coach you through it with our mentorship process.
Standing in front of a live audience make you pale and weak? You can present in our studio as we record it. Or, you can contribute as a writer. Get involved! Give back and help other first responders learn from your experience.
All topics will be considered. Think outside the box.
We are currently seeking submissions for in-person/ classroom presentations, labs, skills, and scenarios, video recorded presentations, webinars, podcasts, and articles.
Complete the form below with your information and we will get back to you.
Note: A user account will be created so we can communicate with you about your submission and give you access to our tools. If you already have an account with us, you will be asked to login.
Sean Haaverson Administrator
Sean P. Haaverson has been involved in Emergency Services since 2000 when he started out as a volunteer fire fighter in Bernalillo, New Mexico. Over the span of his career he has experience working in multiple levels of emergency services: dispatch, rural and urban EMS, hospital care, austere and remote duty medicine, flight medicine, administration and teaching. He is currently a licensed Paramedic with certification in Critical Care and Remote Duty Medicine. Sean holds a BAAS degree focused in Emergency Management and Emergency Medical Services Management. Sean serves as the co-founder and President/CEO of Emergency Services Outreach and the Center for Advanced Medical Training. He is also the National Association of EMT’s State Advocacy Coordinator for New Mexico.