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The National Emergency Medicine Association is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 1982, committed to trauma prevention and the delivery of quality emergency medical services at each stage of trauma with an emphasis on first response at the time of the emergency. NEMA produces the national radio show, The Heart of the Matter, as well books, tapes, videos and other materials on a broad range of health-related subjects.
NEMA is known for its national radio health program, The Heart of the Matter, Gold Medal winner of the International Radio Festival of New York. It airs daily on more than 150 stations throughout the country. Now in its 12th year of broadcasting, the program features interviews with prominent experts on a wide variety of health-related topics.
NEMA also sponsors several special programs,
The work of NEMA -- Prevention, Education and Research is carried out by these special programs through the production of educational media and through grants that NEMA awards to organizations throughout the country.
NEMA receives no federal funding but is supported solely by the generosity of donors like you. Look around this site and youll see the many different outreaches that your money can help to provide. To find out how you can support the life saving efforts of the National Emergency Medicine Association, click here.
NEMA is the sole owner of the contents of The Heart of the Matter and all text contained or presented on this Internet site. The copyright and common law ownership rights to these materials are reserved by and to NEMA exclusively. All service marks and names of NEMA (and of its programs) are solely owned by NEMA, as are all designs, logos, and drawings herein.
The fields of medicine and science change rapidly. NEMA provides educational medical information and research data as a public service only, for the purpose of educating the public and not as medical advice. NEMA encourages persons to consult with their physicians if they have questions about heart attacks, stroke or related topics.
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