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EMSC Introductory Webinar for New Grantees

The purpose of this pre-recorded webinar is to introduce new grantees to the federal EMSC Program, its support systems and its partner resource centers, and to prepare funding recipients in their new role as an EMSC program manager and/or director.

PECARN's In A Nutshell

This newsletter is produced by the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) and provides updates on PECARN studies and activities.

EMSC Regional Map

This map outlines each of the nine EMSC regions (Atlantic, CARE, HECC, IRECC, New England, PIER, PREP, Red River, and SERC) within the United States and provides contact information for each EMSC regional lead.

Child Ready: Engaging Communities to Prepare for Pediatric Emergencies

This website focuses on the mission of the Child-Ready Program: to reduce pediatric morbidity and mortality by partnering with communities, facilities, and health care providers. Child Ready is maintained by the University of New Mexico (UNM), Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and the UNM Institute for Indigenous Knowledge and Development, and funded through an EMSC State Partnership Regionalization of Care grant.

EMSC QuickNews

EMSC QuickNews is a biweekly e-newsletter of program news and activities. Each issue includes a wealth of information about the federal EMSC Program.

EMSC Day Promotional Guide

EMS for Children Day is celebrated on the third Wednesday of May as part of the larger National EMS Week celebration. 

EMSC Research Highlights

The purpose of Research Highlights is to increase awareness among parents/caregivers about pediatric health care best practices utilizing results from recently completed studies by the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network.