CME in Alaska - Paramedic Association of Alaska
However, if you have a lapsed license or are extended for reasons such as military deployment and you have three year since your last renewal, you will need 180 hours. You should have 60 hours of CME in each year of licensure. The PAAK strongly discourages you from waiting until the last minute to get CME. While not against the letter of the law, the intent is that you get CME throughout the continuum of your licensure. Below is a link to the regulations regarding MICP CME:.
Paramedic Association of Alaska Officers - Paramedic Association of Alaska
Thomas Meyer is the President of the Paramedic Association of Alaska. Thomas started his career in Juneau doing Search and Rescue with the Alaska State Troopers and Civil Air Patrol. Thomas attended the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Emergency Medical Services. He worked in high-volume EMS before returning to Alaska. Thomas is currently working as Regional Trainging Coordinator for Southern Region EMS Council.