Steven Kanarian, EMT-P, MHP is an accomplished EMS professional who teaches and lectures nationally.
Steven is a retired Lieutenant from the FDNY, EMS Command with twenty-five years of service. He served as an EMS lieutenant, paramedic and medical specialist with the FEMA USAR, NYTF-1.
Steve currently is the lead Paramedic Program Instructor at City of New York, LaGuardia Community College in Queens.
He has written many published articles in professional journals and is the author of, “The Downwind Walk”: A USAR Paramedic’s Experiences after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001.
Steve is available for media appearances, keynote presentations, lectures and facilitation exercises.
The Downwind Walk: A paramedics experiences on September 11, 2001
In this session Lt. Steven Kanarian, New York City Fire Department, EMS (Retired) will take you on a behind the scenes walk into harm’s way as he shares with you his experiences on September 11, 2001 from the EMS / USAR perspective. In this dynamic presentation you will earn the obstacles EMS faced, the strategies they used to stay safe and the lessons earned.
Lt. Kanarian will also share with you the accounts of courage and dedication EMS providers displayed on 9/11. This presentation will use slides, interviews and some movies to help you understand what challenges EMS providers where faced with on 9/11 and how they overcame the effects in the months after 9/11.
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- Book: “The Downwind Walk”: A USAR Paramedic’s Experiences after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 – Get Your Copy Here