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Call for GLAC Participation

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Wednesday, September 9, 2015
EMS and Critical Care Transport landscapes are evolving.  These changes will be for better or for worse, but they are changes that can be influenced by an active and engaged membership. 

If you are sincere in your interest in helping shape your chosen profession, give strong consideration to lending a hand with the IAFCCP Government & Legislative Affairs Committee. Contact Chris Hall.

Tags:  Committee  GLAC  Government  Legislative 

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Critical Care Exam Review

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Thursday, July 16, 2015

Preparing for your specialty certification exams?  IAFCCP can help you!

IAFCCP Critical Care Exam Review available in three convenient formats

Order in Print

Download on Kindle 

Download on iBooks 

Using your smart phone and an appropriate app, you can quickly go directly to the website / store to purchase the IAFCCP Critical Care Exam Review. There are numerous apps on iPhone, Android, Amazon Fire, and Windows Smartphone to scan these QR codes. Check the App store on your brand of smartphone to find one (RL Classic, Barcode Reader, Google Goggles, Bing Vision are some commonly used QR reader apps). Launch the app, and point the camera of your smartphone at the QR code (some apps may require you to push a button to complete the scan while others will automatically scan it) and it will take you to the store / website for our book.

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New IAFCCP Online Critical Care Paramedic Exam Review

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Wednesday, August 13, 2014

New from IAFCCP!  You can now access the Critical Care Paramedic Exam Review on the go!

This new study guide, available now on iBooks offers a convenient way to prepare for the FP-C® and CCP-C® examinations--on the go with your Mac or iPad or iPhone!  As with the printed version, the iBooks study resource matches the broad content divisions of the FP-C® an CCP-C® exam outlines, and features over 400 critical care transport questions in list format as well as interactive versions with a detailed rationale for each answer at the end of the chapters.

Buy yours now!  Only $39.99 at iTunes!

The Critical Care Paramedic Exam Review will be available on Kindle this fall.  Printed copies can be purchased at the IAFCCP Booth during AMTC.  

Tags:  Critical Care  Education  Exam Review  Study Guide 

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NEMSPA Safety Iniatives

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Wednesday, May 29, 2013

The National EMS Pilots Association released new documentation on their En-route Decision Point (EDP) protocol concept and their CHAMPS project, formerly known as the No Pressure Initiative.  More information can be obtained on

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IAFCCP Launches Tim Hynes Foundation at CCTMC

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Tuesday, April 9, 2013



April 9, 2013




IAFCCP Launches Tim Hynes Foundation


AUSTIN, TX     The International Association of Flight & Critical Care Paramedics (IAFCCP) proudly announces the launch of the Tim Hynes Foundation. Through career development, access to education, and programs to improve leadership abilities, the Foundation is dedicated to reinforcing and advancing medical transport safety.


"The IAFCCP is committed to promotion of safety in our profession,” said IAFCCP President Chris Hall.  "Creation of the Tim Hynes Foundation carries this commitment forward in the transport community through financial support of campaigns, education, and best practices that enhance safety.”


On behalf of the Air Medical Crew Education Fund, Jon Gryniuk presented a check in the amount of $5,000, which was matched by Chairman Graham Pierce, of the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC), with a promise of an annual contribution.


As an inaugural fundraising event, the Foundation hosted the first annual Tim Hynes Foundation Golf Outing at the Barton Creek Golf Course in Austin, Texas ahead of the Critical Care Transport Medicine Conference (CCTMC). The fundraiser was supported and attended by numerous air medical professionals and industry leaders.


Tim Hynes was an IAFCCP founding member who was passionate about his profession. He lost his life in a rescue mission in 1998. "My dad devoted his life to doing what he loved. His job was never just a job to him. I think he would be proud of the work we will be doing with the foundation” remarked Jamie Kinder. Jamie joins John R. Clark and Jonathan Gryniuk on the Tim Hynes Foundation Board of Directors.


The foundation is a 501(c) (3) tax exempt organization supported by fellow philanthropic donations.


To make a donation or for additional information, contact:



For additional information, contact:



Monica Newman, Executive Director

4835 Riveredge Cove

Snellville, GA 30039



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Air Medical Transport Conference - Pre-conference

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Wednesday, August 29, 2012

AMTC in Seattle, WA is just two months away! The IAFCCP is sponsoring a Pre-Conference presentation, "Live” Interactive Case Studies – Taken from the Streets, presented by Mike Helbock.  The presentation will take place on Sunday, October 21, 2012 from 0800 to 1200. Register online at  This is an excellent presentation you don't want to miss!  The IAFCCP is also presenting a critical care lab on Wednesday.  Sign up at IAFCCP booth #312.  Space is limited.


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Substance Abuse in HEMS Industry - Survey

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Thursday, July 12, 2012

Participate in a ground-breaking survey on substance abuse in the HEMS industry. 

There is currently no data available on substance abuse specific to either pre-hospital emergency medical services or air medical personnel.  The purpose of this anonymous survey is to to (1) break the silence, (2) identify the prevalence in HEMS and (3) initiate an industry-wide conversation on how to cope with this challenging issue. Where is the balance between retaining highly trained, experienced Air Medical Providers, and zero tolerance for putting lives at risk?

The survey will be available through September.   The data will be presented at a lecture at AMTC12 in Seattle, Washington. We thank you for taking the time to take this survey!

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Tags:  EMS  HEMS  Substance Abuse  Survey 

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Supreme Court Decision on PPACA - An Analysis

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Thursday, July 12, 2012

 Link provides an analysis of the Supreme Court Decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Act.  Provided by Holland & Knight. 

More information regarding the Court's decision and its impact on EMS will be posted soon.

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Tags:  Healthcare  Medicaid Reimbursement  PPACA 

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FDA Reform Act Passed by House of Representatives

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Friday, June 8, 2012
The House approved H.R. 5651, the Food and Drug Administration Reform Act, in a 387-5 vote.  The bipartisan bill includes provisions to help address the nationwide drug shortage issue. In particular, as a result of the efforts of 16 EMS/CCT-related organizations, the report language accompanying the bill clarifies that drugs used for treatment in emergency care situations, including resuscitation, are to be included in the FDA's drug shortage notification process. Furthermore, Rep. Burgess (R-TX) secured an additional component of the GAO study in the legislation that would evaluate how providers are compensating for a lack of access to preferred drugs in caring for their patients and whether there are impediments to their ability to adjust accordingly that can be ameliorated.

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FDA User Fee Bill Passed By Senate

Posted By Monica J. Newman, Friday, June 8, 2012
The Senate passed S. 3187, the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act, by a vote of 96-1.  The bill maintains the revisions to the drug shortage notification process that our group of 16 EMS/CCT-related organizations sought during the bill's development at the Committee level.  The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee amended the statutory language in its bill to cover manufacturers of drugs used in the provision of emergency medical care and surgery and included all sterile injectable drugs as well. (The original draft included "life-supporting" and "life-sustaining" drugs, but did not make specific reference to drugs used in emergency situations.)

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