Congratulations to our poster presenters! All of our abstracts can be found on the PCRF abstracts page.
Greg Vis caught the simulation bug in Los Angeles in 2001 when he was filming a series of EMS skills videos with faculty at UCLA. "We had been lent an early OB simulator by the manufacturer for filming and it was just amazing to watch what it could do and I got hooked.” He then went on to work for 7 years with the US Dept. of Defense in simulation. In 2009 he founded his own company, Hudson Simulation Services.
Cornelia Bryan is paramedic program director at Louisiana Delta Community College.
Sahaj Khalsa is the Director of the EMSI Program at Santa Fe Community College. He took his first EMT-Basic class in 1993 and has been a paramedic since 2002. He has taught all levels of EMS since 2005 and was part of the team responsible for developing and implementing an EMS curriculum at ENMU-Roswell. He also trained pararescue jumpers at Kirtland Air Force Base. He has been EMSI lead faculty at SFCC since 2013.
Marilee Vosper is the Community Education Manager for American Ambulance in Fresno, California. She oversees the American Heart Association (AHA), National Association of EMT's (NAEMT), and EMT training courses as well as the Community Outreach Program. She began her career in EMS as an EMT over ten years ago. She has since become licensed as a Paramedic, trained as an EMS Educator and graduated from George Washington University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Health Science with a concentration in EMS Management