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March 2017: Professor Phelps presented on "Public Agencies And Private Organizations: Incident Management Interfacing" and "Hack It: The Non-Techie Guide To Creating Sophisticated Command Centers On The Cheap" at the Disaster Recovery International Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

January 2017: Professor Phelps was a guest on the Inside EMS Podcast with Kelly Grayson and Chris Cerbello talking about the challenges of using ketamine in the field.

October 2016: Professor Phelps appointed to the Editorial Board of the Prehospital Emergency Care.

October 2016: The NYC Ambulance History page on Facebook now exceeds 1,000 documents related to the history of ambulance work in New York City and exceeds 1,300 members! 

 June 2016: My thoughts on the Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC) Conference in Dublin: Article in EMSWorld and Interview by Richmond Ambulance Authority CEO Rob Lawrence's Word on the Street Column: Sharing the Craic on SMACC 

June 2016: Professor Phelps is now a peer reviewer for the Irish Journal of Paramedicine

June 2016: Professor Phelps spoke at the World Conference on Disaster Management.

June 2016: Professor Phelps spoke at the FEMA Higher Education Conference.

May 2016: Professor Phelps' letter to the editor in response to this article: How a $2,000 ambulance ride reveals the Mafia-like nature of health care providers, insurance companies in the New York Daily News.

May 2016: Professor Phelps spoke on Public Relations & HIPAA at the Zoll Users Conference in Denver, Colorado.  Here is the handout, the powerpoint, and the audio file (scratchy on new shirt, but audible.)

March 2016: Professor Phelps is now a peer reviewer for the British Paramedic Journal.

March 14th, 2016: The NYC Ambulance History Project celebrates 43 years of paramedic care in New York City and is now an affiliate museum of the National EMS Museum.

March 2016: Professor Phelps speaks on Messaging Apps at the Disaster Recovery International Conference in Atlanta, GA. (The powerpoint & the audio)

February 2016: Professor Phelps is now a peer reviewer for the European Journal of Emergency Medicine.

December 2015: Professor Phelps, in partnership with the Hoch Center for Emergency Medicine, met with senior staff of Beijing Emergency Ambulance 120 staff to discuss the US EMS system as Beijing is in the process of updating their EMS system. 

The NYC Ambulance History page on Facebook now exceeds 800 documents related to the history of ambulance work in New York City and exceeds 1,000 members within the first year! 

September 2015: Professor Phelps meets with Hong Kong Fire EMS.

 The 2015 Ambulance Science Fellowship and Disaster Science Fellowship Programs are full!  

The next Ambulance Science Fellowship and Disaster Science Fellowship Programs begin in September 2016.

Loudon Fire Rescue EMS Captain Daniel Neal, MS, FAcEM, PhD talks about his experience as an Ambulance Science Fellow in the July 2015 EMSWorld: http://www.emsworld.com/article/12089453/becoming-an-ambulance-science-fello

Professor Phelps met with senior officials at Tokyo Fire Department EMS on January 9th, 2015

Professor Phelps met with senior officals at Ningbo EMS (China) on October 13th, 2014.

Ambulance Science Magazine and Disaster Science Magazine are now available on Flipboard.

Professor Phelps met with senior officals at Buenos Aires EMS on February 9th, 2013.

 


 

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2013 Disaster Science Fellows of the Academy of Emergency Management (Winter Completion)
  • Ron Cruz, DNP, MSN, FAcEM, Washington Hospital, Fremont, California, USA
  • Kristin Hoskin, MA, FAcEM, CEM, Qatar Shell, Doha, Qatar
  • William McDonald, PhD, Paramedic, FAcEM, Empire State College, State University of New York, NYC, NY, USA
  • Adam Perper, MS, Paramedic, FAcEM, CEM, Port Authority of NY & NJ, Office of Emergency Management, Jersey City, NJ, USA
  • Brigitte Theuma, BA, FAcEM, M H Alshaya WLL, Shuwaikh, Kuwait
2012 Disaster Science Fellows of the Academy of Emergency Management (Winter Completion)
  • George Contreras, MPH, MS, FAcEM, CEM, Kingsboro Community College, City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY, USA 
  • MacKenzie-Ann Kelly, FAcEM, Williamson County OEM, Austin, TX, USA 
  • Col James Howard Murphy, MBA, MPA, FAcEM, CEM, US Army, Anderson, SC, USA
  • Andrew Murray, BA, FAcEM, JP(qual), MIAEM, MICTOA, MAIES, Emergency & Risk Management Services Group & IAEM Oceania Treasurer, Bray Park, QLD, Australia
  • Monte Sherman, BS, FAcEM, Merrick Fire Department, Merrick, NY, USA 

2012 Disaster Science Fellows of the Academy of Emergency Management (Summer Completion)

  • Doug Brown, DBA(c), MS, BS, FAcEM, Arkansas Tech, Little Rock, AR, USA 
  • Sara K McBride, BA, MS, FAcEM, GNS Science, Wellington, NZ 
  • Scott Milne, BA, BSW, FAcEM, Australian Maritime Safety Authority & IAEM Oceania VP, Canberra ACT, Australia
  • Frank Mineo, PhD, BA, FAcEM, HealthQuest Systems, Yorktown, NY, USA
  • Christopher Roe, BS, MA, FAcEM, CHSP, CHEP, United States Dept. of Veterans Affairs, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, Ann Arbor, MI, USA 
2011 Disaster Science Fellows of the Academy of Emergency Management (Winter Completion)
  • Jason Chenault, BS, MS, PhD, FAcEM, CEM. Hamot Medical Center, Erie, PA, USA
  • Noel Kepler, BA, BA, MPA, FAcEM, PMP. Emergency Management Consultant, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Christopher Neuwirth, BA, MA, FAcEM. New Jersey Office of Homeland Security, Trenton, NJ, USA
  • Shannan Saunders, BA, MA(c), FAcEM, Paramedic, AEM. Ministry of the Attorney General, Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Edward Turkaly, BA, FAcEM, CISSP, SAIC in support of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Denver, CO, USA
  • Stephen Wagner, BS, MS, PhD, FAcEM, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, USA
2011 Disaster Science Fellows of the Academy of Emergency Management (Summer Completion)
  • Karen Cieslewciz, MD, MA, FAcEM, CEM, American Public University, Rockville, MD, USA 
  • Kevin Cunningham, MS, FAcEM, CEM, CBCP, UBS, Stamford, CT, USA 
  • Richard Kinchlea, BA, FAcEM, ABCP, Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness, Burlington, ON, Canada
  • David Nichols, BA, FAcEM, CEM, King County Public Health, Seattle, WA, USA
  • David Parsons, FAcEM, Sydney Water, Sydney, NSW, Australia
  • Greg Santa Maria, FAcEM, Sanford Health, Sioux Falls, SD, USA