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Conference on Emergency Medical Services in Gujarat was held on 2nd and 3rd May, 2015. With workshops on the 2nd and conference on the 3rd, its unique feature was that it was aimed at Industrial EMS. Held at GSFC, Vadodara it was attended by more than 200 delegates and with 25 faculties.


3rd Asian EMS Conference was the first truly International conference coming to India in EM/EMS, won through an International bidding process. It was official conference of the Singapore based Asian EMS Council held at Bogmallo Beach Resort, Goa on 18th and 19th of October, 2014. It offered eight unique workshops at multi locations. 390 delegates attended the conference with more than 80 faculties present.


Lifeline Foundation had co-organisedThe 13th Conference of the Society for Emergency Medicine, India was held at Hyatt Regency, Kolkata from 18th to 20th of November, 2011. Main highlights for the conference was its multiple workshops, 100 EM national and International faculties, more than 400 delegates from across the world.

INTEM2010: 12th International Conference of Society for Emergency Medicine, India

was organised at AMA, Ahmedabad from 12th to 14th of November, 2010. The conference was presided by two days of conference on 10th and 11th November. 400 delegates, 100 International and National faculties and 5 workshops to provide hands on training to 250 trainees will marked the five days of the conference and pre conference workshops.

MoVACon 2008: Motor Vehicle Accident Conference was
Organised from26th to 28th September, 2008, it was attended by 314 delegates. It was held at IIM on the 26th and at AMA on the 27th and 28th. More than 40 National and International faculties congregated to Ahmedabad to share their knowledge and experience. The topics covered during the conference varied from legal, medical, HAZMAT etc to name a few.

It wasfirst conference in India to had bought various stakeholders together like NGOs, Government, Medical, Fire and Emergency Experts, Media and Social Activists to discuss issues on post accident.


EMS West Bengal: A Road Map

EMS West Bengal was held on 5th November, 2006, a multi-stakeholder workshop held at the Tolly Club in Kolkata. Inaugurated by Principal Secretary Home of WB, it was attended by 95 delegates and 11 national faculties. A road map for EMS drawn up for West Bengal and Kolkata. The workshop was aimed at creating a unified EMS for West Bengal, to understand newer frontiers and imbibe newer techniques, create benchmarks, talk a unified EMS language and accept common protocol based approach to EMS.

EMS Baroda

Lifeline Foundation had organised a two day conference in Baroda on the 11th  and 12th of November 2006 at the Bhailal Amin General Hospital to draw out the best practices of EMS as prevalent abroad and to get all city and state based EMS stakeholders to share the new expertise so as to facilitate the development of EMS in Baroda and its neighbouring areas. The conference was attended by more than 100 participants. It was first time that seven foreign faculties had come to share their expertise in the field of EMS.

Ambulance Workshop

On 13th March, 2004 Lifeline organized (a first for India) an ambulance workshop attended by 70 delegates from hospitals and medical institutions from all across Gujarat cutting through a wide spectrum of stake holders. The aim of the workshop was to sensitise owners to upgrade their ambulance infrastructure and train their manpower. Organised under the aegis of both ministries of health and transport, Govt. of Gujarat the workshop initiated a brainstorming to discuss minimum standards to certify vehicles as ambulances.  The proceeds of the workshop has been documented and forwarded by the state ministry of transport to the central ministry of transport and roads

EMS Maharashtra: A Road Map

Lifeline organised a one day seminar “EMS Maharashtra in association with UTI Bank Ltd. to get EMS stakeholders in Maharashtra on a common platform. Inaugurated by the UTI Bank CMD Dr. P J Nayak, the workshop featured deliberations with various groups including Maharashtra Police and Health Departments, Mumbai Fire & Emergency Services, Railways and Coast Guards and various hospitals to create a unified EMS Maharashtra. 85 delegates attended the proceedings with faculties from 5 different states.