Taking Care of Our Own National Tour
In 2022, our focus will be a “Taking Care of Our Own” tour for medical transport providers and other first-responders. Plans are underway! Our 2022 tour will consist of educational seminars in 5-10 cities across the country.
These one day in person workshops will provide tools and resources to address the critical mental health and wellness needs of this industry's most valuable asset; our people. Attendees will learn actionable methods for coping with burnout, compassion fatigue, stress/situational assessment, how to identify a peer in crisis and more. Attendees will participate in interactive discussion and dialogue around these pressing issues and what to do when “its ok to not be ok.”
As the different tour stops are finalized, we will share the details including dates, times, locations and presentation title & speaker via the website, social media feeds, the occasional eBlast and in AAMS’ member newsletter, News on the Fly.
Interested in hosting a tour stop at your program?
Contact Megan Cohen at email@example.com to talk it over!
- Why It’s OK to Not Be OK and What To Do About It: Coping with Burnout
- Putting It All Together: Building Your Resiliency Toolbox
- Lunch and Roundtable Conversations
- Setting Your Program Up for Success: Best Practices in Resource Building
Current confirmed Tour Stops include:
August 31, 2022 - Chicago, IL
Date coming soon!
Salt Lake City, UT
Industry Organizations Collaborating on the 2022 Tour
- Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association
- Air Medical Physician Association
- Association of Air Medical Services
- Association of Professional Flight Chaplains
- American Ambulance Association
- Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems
- International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedics
- International Association of Medical Transport Communication Specialists
- National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
- National Association of State EMS Officials
- National EMS Pilots Association
- Survivors Network for the Air Medical Community