/// KEVIN MCFARLANE, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, is the Director of
the New Mexico Veterans Medical Center. Kevin spent most of his career at
University of New Mexico Hospital, the state’s only Level 1 Trauma Center. He
has also served as the stroke coordinator and regional trauma coordinator for
the New Mexico Department of Health.
/// JASON T. MCMULLAN, MD, EMT (RET.), is an EMS physician who
serves as part of the medical direction for the Cincinnati, Forest Park, Green
Hills, and Blue Ash Fire Departments. He’s also Associate Director (Research) for
the Division of EMS and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the
University of Cincinnati.
/// JAMES MCNEILLY, MPA, NRP, is the ALS Coordinator for the
Belmont Fire Department, a department in the Boston metropolitan area where
he oversees all aspects of delivery of paramedic-level care.
/// GREG MERRELL, EMT, is a company offcer with the HazMat and
technical rescue team at the Oklahoma City Fire Department and Task Force
Leader for OK-TF 1 Urban Search & Rescue Task Force. He is a Lead Technical
Rescue Instructor for Mid America Rescue Company and Oklahoma State
University - Fire Service Training in all rescue disciplines.
/// JEREMY MILLER, MED, NRP, is responsible for all certifcation
functions at the NREM T including recertifcation, accommodations and legal
departments. He’s served as an EM T-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and then
/// JOHN MON TES is an Emergency Services Specialist at the National Fire
Protection Association, currently assigned as staff liaison to the technical
committees for fre service training, EMS, fre service occupational safety and
health, and the active shooter response standard programs.
/// VINCENT N. MOSESSO, JR., MD, FACEP, FAEMS, EMT-P,
is professor of emergency medicine and associate chief of the EMS division at
the University of Pittsburgh. He’s also medical director of UPMC Prehospital
Care and associate medical director for Pittsburgh EMS.
/// J. BRENT MYERS, MD, MPH, FACEP, was the frst EMS Fello w at
the UNC School of Medicine in Chapel Hill. He assumed the role of Medical
Director of the Wake County EMS System in 2002 and became Director of the
Department of EMS in 2008. He currently serves as president of the National
Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP).
/// JOSHUA NACKENSON, MD, is an emergency medicine resident
physician at Parkland Hospital/University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. Josh
has been involved in EMS for over a decade, with experience in urban, suburban,
rural, wilderness and international settings.
/// ROBERT NADOLSKI, BS, NREMT-P (RET.), is a clinical
administrator for Emory Healthcare / Emory School of Medicine in Atlanta, Ga.
/// YIH YNG NG, MBBS, MRCS, MPH, MBA, is the Chief Medical
Offcer of the Singapore Civil Defense He’s won numerous national and regional
awards for EMS innovation and has published over 40 emergency medicine
articles in peer reviewed journals.
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/// NEIL NOBLE is a critical care paramedic based in Cairns, Australia. He’s the
Director and Vice-President of Paramedics Australasia, Senior Operations
Supervisor for Queensland Ambulance Service, and the Lead Paramedic for
Team Australia EMS. He also serves on the JEMS International Editorial Board.
IONAL EMSTODAY F A C U L T Y
/// JERRY OVERTON is the President of the International Academies of
Emergency Dispatch, in addition to serving as a member of its Board of Trustees
and the chair of its Board of Accreditation. He has experience managing EMS
systems and agencies, served on international EMS committees, and is the Past
President of the American Ambulance Association.
A TIONAL EMSTODAY F A C U L T Y
/// AMAR PATEL, DHSC, MS, NRP, is the Director of the Center for
Innovative Learning at WakeMed Health & Hospitals. Dr. Patel is responsible for
integrating technology-based educational programs to include human patient
simulation, healthcare gaming, hybrid education, and online learning
applications. He has over 20 years of experience in the fre and EMS services,
disaster medicine, and critical care transport as a frefghter, a paramedic, a
researcher, and as an educator.
/// P. DANIEL PAT TERSON, PHD, MPH, MS, NRP, is assistant
professor of emergency medicine and the primary investigator for the EMS
Agency Research Net work at the University of Pittsburgh. He studies safety in
emergency care settings with special emphasis on safety culture, fatigue, shift
work, sleep health, teamwork, medical errors and adverse events, and clinician
injury in the prehospital EMS setting.
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