2024 Call For Presentations
Become a Texas EMS Conference Speaker
We are thrilled to announce that the Call for Presentations for the 2024 Conference is now open! We encourage you to submit your innovative ideas and fresh perspectives on old topics. Our state is diverse, and we are seeking presentations that appeal to a broad audience. We are especially interested in rural content, BLS focused topics, and airway material to meet the needs of our rural and volunteer attendees. Do you have a leadership-focused talk that you’re passionate about? We also want to hear from you. We generally receive three to four times as many submissions as we can use, so make yours stand out!
As a speaker, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and network with other leaders in EMS. Don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your expertise and creativity. Submit your proposal today!
Information Needed for Topic Submission
The call for presentations form collects information we need to evaluate your presentation and plan for the nuts-and-bolts of offering the presentation. This information is saved in our speaker database and used throughout the planning process, so please provide as much detail as possible.
Deadline for submission is March 3, 2024 at 11:59 PM CST.
Does Texas EMS Conference cover travel expenses?
No, Texas EMS Conference does not cover travel expenses. The speaker agrees to be responsible for all costs associated with accommodations and travel to the conference. Speakers must make their own travel arrangements and hotel reservations and are responsible for any changes or cancellations.
What audio/visual equipment is provided?
Texas EMS Conference provides an LCD projector and screen, audio connection for computer, and one lapel microphone. Each presenter is required to bring his/her own laptop (please bring dongle if using a Mac).
Is internet available in the presentation rooms?
With the current audio/visual set an internet connection is NOT available in the presentation rooms.
Do I need to submit my presentation ahead of time?
Presentations are not due ahead of the conference. Presenters are expected to bring their own computer and arrive 15-20 minutes prior to their scheduled presentation time to test AV connections. Lecture sessions should be 50 minutes in length, while hands-on presentations should be designed to fill a two-hour time block.
As a speaker, do I get access to the conference?
Selected speakers will receive one complimentary conference registration. This includes access to the exhibit hall and educational sessions from Monday through Wednesday. Specific registration details will be communicated upon presentation selection.
What is the typical presentation room setup?
Lecture rooms will be set in theater-style seating with a head table for the presenter(s). Hands-on classrooms are set with classroom-style tables and chairs with a head table for the presenter(s). Facilitators are present in each classroom to introduce speakers and provide assistance if necessary.
Will I receive feedback from my presentation?
Yes, we rely on our attendee evaluations as a tool to improve the educational program and know that it helps speakers improve presentation skills and content. Feedback (summary of attendee evaluations and attendee comments if requested) is provided post event.
Who can I contact if I have additional questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with comments or questions.