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2024 RMD & WSTR Registration – Now Open

Regional Medical Direction Conference & Western Slope Trauma Nurse Retreat

DATES: April 30 (EMS), May 1 (EMS/Trauma), May 2 (Trauma)

Location: Homewood Suites Dillon, Colorado

COST: FREE for anyone in the CMRETAC or NWRETAC

Please utilize the link below to register for the 2024 CMRETAC & NWRETAC Regional Medical Direction Conference and the Western Slope Trauma Retreat. During your registration, please select which days you will attend. Day 1 will be dedicated to EMS, Day 2 will be a combination of EMS and Trauma, and Day 3 will be dedicated to Trauma.

This year’s topics:

State Level CQI, How to Implement Locally, Tales from 10,000 Feet: Environmental Emergencies In the Highest US Emergency Department, GALTF Update, State Q&A/Roundtable, M0.5-M1, EMSC COPPER/EMS PECC, Registry Updates, Health Information Hub, Linking ePCR/Trauma data, How to Monetize a Trauma Program, How to Run a Meeting -Trauma

ThinkFirst For Parents Of Teen Drivers – Free Class

馃殫 Attention Parents of Teen Drivers! 馃殫

馃摙 Join us for a free webinar on preparing your teen for success on Colorado’s roads馃摙

馃攳 What You’ll Learn:

  • Understand Colorado’s Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) Laws
  • Risk and Strategies: Discover key risk factors and effective strategies for safe teen driving
  • Reinforcing GDL and Monitoring Teen Driving: Learn how to enforce GDL regulations and effectively monitor your teen’s driving habits

馃搮 Date & Time:

  • April 17, 2024
  • 6:00 PM MT

馃搷 Location:

  • Virtual

馃挕 Why Attend?

  • Empowerment: Equip yourself with knowledge to guide your teen as they learn to drive.
  • Safety: Learn crucial safety measures to protect your teen on the road.
  • Learn about the Colorado State Law when it comes to teen drivers.

馃懃 Who Should Attend:

  • Parents of Teen Drivers
  • Guardians Involved in Teen Driving Education
  • Parents of future Teen Drivers

馃摑 Register Now!

Click Here to Register

馃専 Don’t miss out on this opportunity to ensure your teen’s safety and success on the road! 馃専


CMRETAC is now accepting nominations for the 2023 CMRETAC Regional Awards Program

Visit cmretac.org/awards for the nomination form and guidelines.*

路 Pre-hospital ALS Provider
路 Pre-hospital EMS BLS Provider (EMT, EMR, including paid or volunteer positions)
路 Public Safety Professional (Dispatch, Fire, Law Enforcement)
路 Community Professional (Public Health, Injury Prevention, Community Paramedic)
路 Emergency Registered Nurse
路 Annual Variable Category鈥ㄢ

Nominations due 10/20/2023鈥ㄢ

*Submitting a nomination does not preclude you from submitting a nomination to EMSAC

Slow Down, Move Over

Colorado! Effective Today August 7, 2023, the move over law will now apply to all vehicles on the side of the road. That means you must move over if there is a stationary vehicle on the side of the road with emergency lights or hazards on. If you can鈥檛 move over because there isn鈥檛 a lane or other circumstances, you must slow down by at least 20 miles per hour below the speed limit. Failing to do so can result in a Class 2 misdemeanor traffic violation. Move Over laws help protect emergency responders and individuals who may be broken down on the side of the road.

2022 was the deadliest year on Colorado roads since 1981. Look out for your fellow Coloradan and Slow Down, Move Over! Learn more about the Slow Down, Mover Over Law at https://www.codot.gov/news/2023/july/colorado-drivers-must-now-move-over-for-any-vehicle-on-the-roadside & https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb23-1123.

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