When You Need More.
BRINGING CHANGE TO SYSTEMS AND CULTURE IS NO JOKE. AND NO SMALL EFFORT. TEAM RESUSCITATION WITH A NURSE LEADING THE DYNAMICS OF THE ROOM CAN WORK, AND WE ARE HERE TO GET YOU THE ADDITIONAL RESOURCES YOU NEED TO BRING BETTER RESUSCITATION TO YOUR SHOP. LET US KNOW WHAT YOU NEED.
FOR THE PATIENT. NOT FOR THE NURSE. NOT FOR THE DOC. NOT FOR THE EGO.
ASHLEY LIEBIG BSN RN
Ashley Liebig is a US Army Veteran, HEMS Flight Nurse and Helicopter
Rescue Specialist with Travis County, where she serves as the Division
Chief of Clinical Education and Performance. Ashley is the future
author of the book titled 'Walk Fast, Talk Loud’. A jack‐ of‐all‐trades,
Ashley's passions include, leadership, human performance, PHARM,
mental health and taking care of one another. She is a purveyor of,
and enthusiastic advocate for, Free Open Access Medical Education
(#FOAM). Ashley serves on the organizing committee for the Social
Media and Critical Care Conference SMACC and SMACCFORCE), is
faculty for The Teaching Co‐op and an author for the St. Emlyn's Blog
and Podcast Team.
MICHAEL CALLIHAN PHD RN
Dr. Callihan received his ADN (2008) and BSN (2012) from Miami University of Ohio. He earned his MSN in nursing Education from Gonzaga University in 2014 and his PhD in nursing from the University of Kentucky in 2018. Dr. Callihan is a US Navy veteran, has been an emergency department nurse and worked as a firefighter/ paramedic throughout his career. Dr. Callihan is an assistant professor at the Capstone College of Nursing.
GINGER LOCKE BA EMT-P
Ginger Locke is an Associate Professor of EMS Professions at Austin Community College. As the creator of the Medic Mindset podcast, she has immersed herself in the art and science of thinking and performing under pressure. Prior to becoming a paramedic, she studied social psychology at the University of Georgia and the University of Leicester, UK. Her professional endeavors revolve around the conviction that the most important (and complicated) tool in Emergency Medicine is the brain of the clinician. Her interests are education, cognitive psychology, differential diagnosis, team dynamics, human factors, and communication. Connect with her on twitter @gingerlockeatx
NYSSA HATTAWAY BSN BA RN
Nyssa Hattaway is a flight nurse for AirLife 1 in Griffin, GA. Her background is Emergency Nursing as a staff nurse, charge nurse and department based educator for a level one trauma center where she continues to work PRN. She's been a clinical instructor for Wesleyan College School of Nursing and is the creator and co-host of a podcast for Emergency Nurse. Called The Q Word Podcast, as in we never say "its going to be a nice quiet shift," the podcast focuses on the tips, trends and taboos of Emergency Nursing.
JULIE DERRINGER MSN BA RN
Julie Derringer is a Staff Development Specialist at the University of Kentucky and former Emergency Department nurse, where she practiced in Kentucky and around the US since 2011. Julie is the managing partner of The Teaching CoOp, a robust international group of colleagues who provide interdisciplinary professional development courses in education and clinical skills. Julie's professional interests include feedback delivery, the art of the debrief, nursing engagement psychological safety and human factors training. Julie is currently working on her PhD on the relationship between CISD and nursing engagement in novice emergency and critical care nurses.