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01 Aug

TETAF Post-Legislative Survey

Thank you to our members and stakeholders for your support during the past legislative session. Please complete the following survey to help TETAF as we work through the special session and prepare for 2019. SURVEY...

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31 Jul

Submit Your Nominations for the Texas EMS Awards

The Department of State Health Services is currently accepting nominations online for the 2017 Texas EMS Awards. EMS Educator Award honors a state-certified EMS instructor or course coordinator who advances EMS education in Texas through innovation, collaboration and a commitment to students. EMS Medical Director Award honors a physician who has...

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22 Jul

Texas Home to Five of the Most Affordable Medical Schools

A recent study by Student Loan Hero ranked the affordability of the nations' medical schools based on annual tuition costs, average indebtedness at graduation and the percentage of borrowers receiving institutional aid. Of the top 10 most affordable medical schools, 5 are located in Texas. Here are...

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21 Jul

Participation Request for NHSTA Research Effort

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has requested participation from EMS agencies in their research effort to characterize ground ambulance operator training in EMS systems. Although training for ground ambulance operators has been repeatedly identified as an important step in the emergency medical services safety...

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20 Jul

Jon Huss Named Associate Commissioner at DSHS

Jonathan R. Huss has been named Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Services at the Department of State Health Services. He has served as interim associate commissioner for the division since the retirement of Kathy Perkins in November of last year. Jon has has been with the Division...

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19 Jul

ASPR: How to Include Health Security in Your Community’s Summer Events

The U.S. Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response recently released recommendations on ways local communities can incorporate health security into community events. Medical Reserve Corps volunteers can teach their communities about bystander preparedness. A hospital or American Red Cross representatives that can...

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