Eagles Recognize EMS Medical Leaders with Special Achievements
The Major Metropolitan Medical Directors “Gathering of Eagles” Conference featured the presentation of several prestigious awards to multiple well-deserving representatives, as well as special recognition for several EMS medical leaders. The Paul E. Pepe National Excellence in EMS Award, in recognition of excellent contributions to the EMS community, was awarded to two stellar members of the EMS community, one for 2015 and one for 2016. The 2015 National Excellence in EMS Award was presented to Drew Dawson, former Director of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Office of EMS, who recently retired. Dawson will also receive a Lifetime Achievement from JEMS at 3 PM next Thursday at the EMS Today Conference and Exposition in Baltimore. The 2016 National Excellence in EMS Award was presented to Dr. Jim Augustine, a long-time leader in the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), EMS and the Eagles. The Michael Copass Leadership Award was awarded to Dr. Craig Manifold, Chair of the National EMS Committee, American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and Board Member of the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT). The Corey Slovis Award for Educational Excellence was presented to Sophia Dyer, MD, medical director for the city of Boston Public Safety (EMS, Fire &Police); associate professor of emergency medicine at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and Boston Medical Center. Pepe Accepts Award for NDLS Course Development Dr. Pepe accept...
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