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Many past and present flight nurses, pilots, Medical Retrieval Unit Coordinators, aircraft engineers, administration staff, aeromedical ambulance officers, family and friends attended the ceremony.
"Basically, we have built a program to train flight nurses and aeromedical evacuation technicians to become qualified in approximately 24 days," said Col.
Jane came to Nevada in December 1980 to start work at Reno's Washoe Medical Center (now known as Renown) as the Chief Flight Nurse for the "Life Flight" Helicopter Program.
Four nurses were made honorary members for services to flight nursing: NZFNA foundation member Linda Gorml; immediate past NZNFA chair and author of the NZFNA position statement Fit to fly/ Safe to fly (completed in October 2013), Steph Boston; pioneer of NZFNA education in New Zealand Sally Houliston, who has also authored a chapter of an international flight nurse text book; and long-term flight nurse and previous NZFNA chair Garry Robinson.
Two recent incidences show gloves and wristwatches being worn inappropriately in photographs featured on the front covers--the February 2013 flight nurse picture and July 2012 gastroenterology nursing picture.
As a flight nurse, Still is responsible for his patient's care from the moment he begins assessing a patient on the ward, which is done in conjunction with the ward staff.
We congratulate Hawke's Bay DHB flight nurse Kelvin Still for his winning poster on "foreign object damage" (ie potentially harmful objects left in aircraft).
Before getting into AIRLIFE program management, she was a flight nurse for 10 years where she implemented the nation's first stroke transport team and developed a STEMI transfer process and checklist that reduced door-to-balloon times from free-standing emergency rooms.
Back row: Joseph Solda, RN, chief flight nurse, manager, Critical Care Services; David Walker, M.D., division chief, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Joseph M.
Paskovitch, Kathryn, RN (98), First Lieutenant (retired) served her country as a flight nurse during WWII where she cared for wounded soldiers.
A former trauma nurse and flight nurse, he manages it all with a quiet sense of humor.
Johnston--a flight nurse and volunteer paramedic--said while paramedics may be able to respond faster, nurses had more specific skills, eg running infusions and mechanical ventilation, both outside paramedics' scope of practice.