In was a CVT in the state of Wisconsin with over  years of successful experience in the field of emergency and critical care medicine in both private and academic setting. I am a veterinary technician specialist in ECC since 1990s. I have been published in veterinary journals, textbooks and research papers. In the past lectured nationally and internationally to veterinarians and technicians. Recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to success in the veterinary technology industry, specially in ECC. I have been the recipient of the VTS of the Year by the Academy of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Technician/Nurses. Major strengths are that of being able to promote and forster team work and effective communication. I am passionate about the veterinary technician profession, extremely knowledgeable in my field, and received various recognitions of mentor and teacher to both technicians and veterinarians.
I was hired by management to help improve the skills of the technical staff in the delivery of emergency and critical care nursing. Part of this training was to mentor the supervisors in the managements of a shift and all the personnel under their care. Besides an indepth understanding of pathophysiology as it pertained to the nursing process, the training and mentoring was expected to help them develop their critical thinking skills.
I was also responsible for teaching the technicians sophisticated skills such as central-line placement, arterial-lines, efficient use of modalities such a doppler blood pressure measurement and EtCO2, IV cut downs, intraosseous catheter placement...
This training and mentoring was achieved using CE meetings, one on one training sessions as well as dry and wet labs.
Responsible for providing in-house CE to technician and assistants. I was also responsible for mentoring of individuals that were scheduled to take their Wisconsin State License exam.
Honorary Member Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia
Veterinary Technician Specialist: Emergency and Critical Care
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