Annette Newman, MS
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose - 01/04/2021
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Annette F. Newman (Matherly), MS, RN, CCRN

 

   435-901-1425      annette.matherly@hsc.utah.edu

 

 

EDUCATION

MSc of Integrated Health with Distinction: University of Derby, Derby, England (2015-2018)

             

Registered Nurse: University of Huddersfield, School of Human and Health Sciences, Huddersfield, England (1985-1988)

Redcar and Cleveland College, formerly Sir William Turners College, Cleveland, England (1983-1985)

 

LICENSURE

 

English Nursing Board, Registered General Nurse 1988-present

Registered Nurse, State of Utah, 1989-present

Registered Nurse, State of California, 1989-1991

 

EXPERIENCE

 

Utah Hospital Association (UHA)                                                                        Salt Lake City, Utah           

 

Position: Disaster Preparedness Consultant                                                              July 2020 – Present

Responsibilities

  • Implementation of Health Care Preparedness Program (HPP) grant deliverables in collaboration with the Utah Disaster Advisory Committee (UDAC) and UDAC Executive Committee
  • Participation in American Hospital Association (AHA) Emergency Response Group (A2ERG)  preparedness initiatives
  • Support of UHA member hospital preparedness activities and exercises
  • Assistance to UHA staff in the planning and preparation of educational opportunities for Emergency Managers and administration related to disaster response
  • Represent the hospital community on appropriate state and local committees dedicated to emergency preparedness
  • Facilitate completion of grant deliverables

 

 

University of Utah Burn Trauma ICU                                                                   Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Position: Western Region Burn Disaster Coordinator                                                         March 2013 - Present

  • Provide available burn beds and capacity across the region
  • Develop and maintain resource and training materials in collaboration with local, state and federal partners
  • Assess hazards and prepare plans to respond to burn emergencies and disasters
  • Provide burn disaster preparedness training to local, state and regional partners
  • Keep informed of changes that could affect the likelihood of an emergency within the region
  • Develop and maintain liaisons with burn centers, municipalities, departments and similar entities to facilitate plan development and response effort coordination
  • Test burn disaster plans and incorporate improvement recommendations

 

 

Position: Website Manager http://crisisstandardsofcare.utah.edu

Healthcare Provider Burn Care and Disaster Training Website                                        June 2013 - Present

 

Responsibilities

  • Website development, contributor and editor

Nationally- Participants from all 50 states

Internationally- Participants from 97countries

  • Develop and update content in collaboration with state and regional partners
  • Monitor, assess and report on website performance
  • Ongoing web strategy and oversight of operations
  • Ensure adherence to internal policies and procedures

 

 

Position: Community Outreach / Disaster Coordinator                            July 2009Present

Responsibilities             

  • Crisis Standards of Care Website Manager and content developer (2012-present)
  • American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium (WRBDC) Coordinator (2013-present )
  • Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course (BCMCC) Manager and curriculum developer (2015-present)
  • Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Burn and Soft Tissue Injury Manager and Coordinator (2015-present)
  • Coordinate multi-state training of first responders, first receivers, military personnel and Medical Reserve Corp (MRC)
  • Collaborate with physicians, emergency planners and state agencies in design and implementation of state and regional and national burn disaster plans
  • Coordinate and teach multi-state burn education utilizing telehealth, Advanced Burn Life Support Classes, and specialty lectures and courses as requested
  • Coordinate and teach burn education and prevention to elementary through secondary school students
  • Coordinate and teach burn prevention and education, medical math and EMS classes to High School, Junior High and elementary age students
  •                   Coordinate and teach community education and safety fairs
  •                   Provide burn education to at risk agencies
  • Collaborate with the State Fire Marshall, Fire Departments, Mental Health and Juvenile Justice to provide programming and support for Juvenile Fire Setters
  • Assist in the coordination of burn disaster drills at the local, state and regional levels.
  • Coordinate burn clinical training for first responders and military personnel
  • Perform direct clinical care
  • Coordination of burn center disaster team members in collaboration with the Utah Healthcare Emergency Response Team (UHERT) and UT-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT)
  • Provide care for victims during a mission or other disaster team assignment such as providing supplemental staffing to a local medical infrastructure during a mass casualty incident.
  • UT-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) member 2010-present

 

 

Position: Clinical Nurse Educator and Outreach Education Coordinator          April 2001 July 2009

Responsibilities

  • Assist with the identification of educational needs for the nursing unit
  • Design and implementation of education programs to meet identified learning needs
  • Review and implementation of new policies/procedures hospital- and unit-specific
  • Maintain staff education records for the unit
  • Coordination of new staff orientation
  • Function as a resource for nursing personnel
  • Coordinate and disseminate information on current and continuous education offerings
  • Function as a role model to staff and students as appropriate and coordinate unit preceptor program
  • Participation in hospital/unit/departmental committees
  • Basic ICU course instructor
  • Help develop and implement patient and family education activities and programs
  • Collaboration with research personnel regarding new study implementation

 

Position: Registered Nurse                                                                                        February 1990 – Present

Responsibilities

  • Perform primary care assessments including medical history
  • Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans according to standardized medical protocols for emergency response.
  • Provide care and manage the acute adult- and pediatric-burn patient requiring mechanical ventilation, escharotomy, intra-abdominal pressure monitoring and fluid resuscitation
  • Provide primary nursing care for patients with chronic and acute stages of impaired skin integrity requiring advanced wound management and assessment skill
  • Prepare and administer medications and intravenous therapy in addition to monitoring and documenting patient response.
  • Responsible for the titration of multiple drug regimens for the critically ill
  • Responsible for the pre- and post-operative management of adult and pediatric patients
  • Observation, interpretation and reporting of changes in patient condition, medical data, or diagnostic test results to the physician and initiation of corrective actions
  • Provision of acute care services that include medical emergencies to prevent loss of life or limb.

 

Additional Burn Center Functions

  • Charge Nurse: Multi-state coordination of patient admissions and discharges. Facilitation of patient assignments. Anticipate and meet staffing needs for upcoming shifts. Act as a resource for staff nurses.  Coordinate communication with the interdisciplinary team, patients and patient’s families 1991-present
  • Wound Care Nurse: Wound care coordination of both patients in the ICU and those boarding on other floors  1992-present
  • Critical Care Fellow and Staff Preceptor: Provide education and mentorship to new nurses entering the ICU    1992-present
  • Scheduling Coordinator for the ICU and Outpatient areas 1995-2000
  • Burn Trauma Clinical Practice Council Chair 1991-1994

 

Burn Center Special Assignments

  • Co-chair of the University Hospital Clinical Education Council    2006-2010
  • Critical Care Division Coordinator   2005-2008
  • University Hospital Education Task Force   2001-2006
  • University Hospital CPR committee    2005-2010
  • University Hospital IV task force   2008-2010
  • International Mining Safety Summit Conference Coordinator 2007 and 2011
  • Reachout Conference Coordinator   2006-2011
  • Burn Disaster Crisis Standards of Care Project Manager and Coordinator
  • Wildland Fire Fighters Burn Injury Guidelines for Care Project Manager
  • State of Wyoming EMS Time Sensitive Emergencies Workgroup 2015
  • Planning Committee, full scale radiological incident exercise, St George, Utah 2015 

 

State Committee and Disaster Team Assignments

Utah Healthcare Emergency Response Team 2009 – present

Utah-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) 2010-present

              Duties for both teams include the following:

Providing nursing care for victims during a mass casualty incident, performing care assessments and implementing nursing care plans for emergency preparedness and response; treating major and minor medical emergencies; collaboration with others on patient care and stakeholder briefing on medical responses. 

Utah-1 DMAT deployment to Texas for Hurricane Harvey, Operations Section Chief at Bush Airport and the George R. Brown Convention Center, August 27th-September 8th 2017

Utah Fire and Life Safety Educators Association (UFLSEA) second vice chair     2012-present

Utah Crisis Standards of Care Committee 2012-present

Utah Catastrophic Earthquake Committee 2014-present

Long Term Care Work Group – A Sub Task Force to the Governors Community COVID-19 Task Force May 2020-July 2020

COVID-19 Crisis Standards of Care - A Sub Task Force to the Governors Community COVID-19 Task Force April 2020-present

COVID-19 Medical Command Response Team – A Sub Task Force to the Governors Community COVID-19 Task Force July 2020-present

COVID-19 Crisis Standards of Care: Allocation of Scarce Resources Subcommittee – A Sub Task Force to the Governors Community COVID-19 Task Force July 2020-present

COVID-19 Community facing education committee (lead) - A Sub Task Force to the Governors Community COVID-19 Task Force July 2020-present

Emergency Medical Services for Children and the Innovation and Improvement Center (EMSC IIC) National Telehealth Collaborative – January 2021-present

 

National / Regional Committees and Assignments

American Burn Association Education Committee   2006-2009

American Burn Association Burn Prevention Committee      2010-present

American Burn Association Prevention Committee Special Interest Group Chair 2013 -2015

American Burn Association Organization and Delivery of Burn Care Committee 2012-2018

American Burn Association Organization and Delivery of Burn Care Committee Disaster Special Interest Group 2012 – present

American Burn Association Organization and Delivery of Burn Care Committee Disaster Special Interest Group Chair 2015-2017

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium (WRBDC) Coordinator 2013-present

American Burn Association Advanced Burn Life Support National Faculty 2000-present

Organization and Delivery of Burn Care Committee “Guidelines for Burn Care under Austere Conditions” Project Manager      2012-2016

EMS Today Advisory Committee 2016 – 2017

American Burn Association / IAFF National Burn Awareness Week Campaign 2015 – present

American Burn Association / IAFF Firefighter Burn Injury Preparedness Toolkit 2015 – 2017

Basic Disaster Life Support Revision Committee September 2016- 2018

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium “Burn Patient Transfer and Transport across a Region” Project Manager 2017 – present

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium “Care of the Burn Patient in a Non Burn Facility for 96 hours” E-Learning modules. Project Manager 2017 – present

The Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) / American Burn Association Burn Disaster App Development work group October 2017-present 

American Burn Association Membership Advisory Committee (MAC) 2018-present 

American Burn Association Burn Prevention Summit, Washington DC, February 2020

Western Regional Alliance for Pediatric Emergency Management (WRAP-EM) Burn, telemedicine and reunification focus groups (March 2020-present)

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium in partnership with Western Regional Alliance for Pediatric Emergency Management (WRAP-EM) “Burn Mass Casualty Operations Plan” Project Manager 2020 present

Version 1 released in September 2020, now cited as a National Resource by ASPR TRACIE and used as a template by the Western Region Alliance for Pediatric Emergency Management (WRAP-EM) for regional pediatric disaster response.

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium, “Virtual National CONOPS Table Top Exercise” Project Manager September 2020

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium, “Virtual National Creek Fire (part 1) Table Top Exercise” Project Manager September-December 2020

American Burn Association, Clinical Practice Guidelines Committee 2020-present

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium, Western Regional Alliance for Pediatric Emergency Management and the National Pediatric Disaster Coalition “Health Care Coalition Burn Surge Annex template” Project Manager 2020 – present

              Working Draft released March 2021 with the final draft to be released prior to the June 30th Healthcare Preparedness Program (HPP) deadline

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium, “Virtual National Creek Fire (part 2) Table Top Exercise” Project Manager December 2020 – April 2021

 

 

Certifications/Classes

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider – 1990-present

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor – 2000-2018             

Advanced Burn Life Support Instructor and Coordinator 1991-present

Advanced Burn Life Support National Faculty – 1991-present

Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider – 1990-present

Pediatric Advanced Life Support Instructor – 2000-2020

Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) 2009-present

Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support   2011-2015.

Basic Disaster Life Support   2011- present

Advanced Disaster Life Support  2013- present

Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses 2014-present                           

Basic Life Support 1990-present

Medical Preparedness and Response to Bombing Incidents

Toxic Chemical Training Course

Mass Fatality Incident Response

Youth Firesetting Prevention and Intervention

Radiation Emergency Medicine

NDMS Integrated Capstone Exercise (ICE) (2013)

NDMS Mobile Acute Care Team (MAC T) training course (2014)

NDLS Instructor Course (2015)

FEMA Instructor Training Course (2015)

FEMA - Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations within the Community Infrastructure (2016)

Certified Hospital Emergency Coordinator (CHEC) Training Program June 2018

Hospital Emergency Response Training for Mass Casualty (HERT) May 2019 

 

Honors and Awards

     University of Derby Highest Achiever for Postgraduate Programs (2018)

    University of Utah Health District Staff Excellence Award nominee (2017)

      NDMS commendation for dedication and performance of duty, Utah-1 DMAT (2013)

Intermountain Center for Disaster Preparedness Community Hero Award (2013)

University of Utah District Staff Excellence Award nominee (2010)

American Burn Association National Burn Prevention Award (2009)

University of Utah Nurse Excellence Award (2007)

University of Utah Nurse Excellence Award (2006)

Honors for Nursing Award (2006)

Excellence in Nursing Nominee (2005)

Burn Center Most Valuable Player recipient (1995)

 

Grants and Scholarships

      American Burn Association Cheryl Jordan Educational Grant Recipient (2013)

Project Paradigm Residential Fire Prevention Grant (2013)

Primary Investigator (PI):

Utah Department of Health Healthcare Preparedness Program Burn Disaster Grant (2015)

Utah Department of Health Healthcare Preparedness Program Burn Disaster Grant (2016)

Utah Department of Health Healthcare Preparedness Program Burn Disaster Grant (2017)

Utah Department of Health Healthcare Preparedness Program Burn Disaster Grant (2018)

Rocky Mountain Power Grant (2018)

Utah Department of Health Healthcare Preparedness Program Burn Disaster Grant (2019)

Utah Department of Health Healthcare Preparedness Program Burn Disaster Grant (2020)

      Rocky Mountain Power Grant (2019)

Utah Department of Health Healthcare Preparedness Program Burn Disaster Grant (2021)

 

Professional Organizations

American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)                                                        

American Burn Association (ABA)

Burns Journal and Journal of Burn Care and Research Reviewer

 

Teaching Responsibilities and Assignments

  •                    Adjunct Faculty Utah Valley University Emergency Services
  •                    Clinical Instructor for the following Nursing Schools: University of Utah, Brigham Young           University, Weber State University, Stevens Henager College, Bridgerland Applied        

           Technical College, Davis Applied Technical College, Eagle Gate College, Ogden Weber  Applied Technical College, Salt Lake Community College, Utah State University,               Roseman University

  •                      Clinical Instructor for the following EMS Programs: Idaho State University, Utah Valley                     University, University of Utah, EMT Utah, Mount Nebo, Weber State, Bridgerland                                       Applied Technical College
  •                      Nursing Advisory Board Committee – Stephens Henagar College

 

Abstracts                     

Matherly A, Tuohig G, Morris SE, Saffle JR:  “Burn Unit Management of Surgical Wounds and Soft Tissue Infections.”  Presented at the American Burn Association’s 24th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

Matherly A, Quinn K, Saffle JR, McFarland J: “Non-Accidental Burns: Detection & Reporting.” Presented at the American Burn Association’s 35th Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida.

 

Matherly A, JB Wiggins, Morris SE, Saffle JR, Edelman L “ A Burn Nurse Competency Test “ Presented at the American Burn Associations 32nd Annual Meeting Chicago Illinois.

 

JB Wiggins, Saffle JR, Matherly A, et al “Quality Improvement in Infection Prevention Practices”

Presented at the American Burn Associations 43rd Annual Meeting Boston Massachusetts

 

Karla S. Ahrns-Klas, Sue Jane Smith, Annette Matherly et al “ Multi-Center Assessment of Burn Team Injury Prevention Knowledge” Presented at the American Burn Associations 45th Annual Meeting Palm Springs, California.

 

Kathe M. Conlon, Randy D. Kearns, Annette F. Matherly et al, “Conducting a National Burn Bed Census by ABA-designated regions” presented at the American Burn Associations 47th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Newman, A, McCulley, K, Giavonni, L. “Implementation of a State Wide Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course (BCMCC) Presented at the American Burn Association 51st Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada

 

Journal Publications

 

Wiggins. B. L McMurtrey, A.F. Matherly et al. “A Competency Burn Nursing Tool” Journal of Burn Care                  and Rehabilitation, 03/:2002; 23: S148

 

K.C. Quinn, J. McFarland, A.F. Matherly et al. “Suspected Non- Accidental Burns: Evaluation and                       Reporting” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation 03/2003, 24; S116

 

 

Randy D. Kearns, James H Holmes, Annette F. Matherly et al “Disaster Planning: The Basics of Creating a Burn Mass Casualty Plan for a Burn Center” Journal of Burn Care and Research January/February 2014- Volume 35-issue 1

 

Karla S. Ahrns-Klas, Sue Jane Smith, Annette F Matherly et al “Multi-Center Assessment of Burn Team Injury Prevention Knowledge” Journal of Burn Care and Research September/October 2014

 

Randy D. Kearns, Kathe M. Conlon, Annette F. Matherly et al “ Fostering Disaster Preparedness through the “Grass Roots Efforts” of an ABA Special Interest Group” JBCR-D-14-00318R1

 

Randy D. Kearns, Kathe M Conlon, Annette F Matherly et al, “Guidelines for Burn Care under Austere Conditions: Introduction to Burn Disaster, Airway and Ventilator Management, and Fluid Resuscitation” Journal of Burn Care and Research June/ July 2016

 

Randy D. Kearns, James H. Holmes, Annette F. Matherly et al,” Guidelines for Burn Care under Austere             Conditions: Surgical and Nonsurgical Wound Management, Journal of Burn Care and Research             June/ July 2016

 

Robert Dent, Sarah Gene Hjalmarson, Annette F. Matherly et al, Guidelines for Burn Care under Austere Conditions: Special Etiologies: Blast, Radiation and Chemical Injuries”, Journal of Burn Care and Research June/ July 2016

 

Gregory J. Keough, Annette F. Matherly, Amalia Cochran, “Expanding Burn Care Knowledge in a Rural Region Through Project Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes”, JAMA Surgery February 22nd 2017 

 

Jeffrey E Carter, Herbert Phelan, Annette F Newman et al. “COVID-19 Impact on Burn Care – A Summary of Weekly Bed Counts and Surge Capacity” Journal of Burn Care and Research, Volume 42, April 1st 2021.

 

 

Other Publications and Newsletters

Emergency Management and Response-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EMR-ISAC) August 15th 2013 Wildland Fire Fighters Burn Injury Guidelines for Care

 

Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC)

EMSC Connects Volume 2 Issue 2 - February 2012 Burn Depth and Assessment

EMSC Connects Volume 2 Issue 7 - July 2012 Scald Injuries

EMSC Connects Volume 2 Issue 10 - October 2012 Understanding the Juvenile Fire Setter with Special Needs

EMSC Connects Volume 2 Issue 10 October 2013 Pediatric Burn Airway Management

EMSC Connects Volume 2 Issue 6 June 2013 Summer Fire Risks and Burn Management

EMSC Connects Volume 3 Issue 11 November 2014 BDCSC for the Pediatric Patient

EMSC Connects Volume 5 Issue 1 January 2016 Child Abuse: A Burning Issue

EMSC Connects Volume 5 Issue 9 September 2016 Burn Management in the Blast Injured Patient

US Department of Health and Human Services, ASPR, Health Care Preparedness Programs Stories from the field. October 2020,

              “HCCs Help Utah Prepare for Burn Mass Casualty Incidents”

 

State/County/ Regional Presentations 2011-present

Previous lecture information on request

 

2011

State Board of Education “Burn Medical Math” - March 2011

Northern Utah Trauma System Conference” Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - April 2011

State Juvenile Fire Setter Training - April 2011

Ashley Regional Pediatric Symposium “Emergency Care for the Pediatric Burn Patient and Wound Management” - April 2011

Salt Lake Emergency Nurses Conference “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - May 2011

Multi-State Telehealth Presentation Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - July 2011

Southwest Trauma ConferenceEmergency Care of the Burn Patient - September 2011

Elko Trauma Conference “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” “Case Studies” - September 2011

ABLS Course Twin Falls – September 2011

ABLS Course Boise – September 2011

Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele (SST) Coalition “Burn Disaster Planning” - October 2011

           Total number taught in 2011:3129

 

2012

SST Coalition “Burn Disaster Planning” - January 2012

SST Coalition “Burn Disaster Planning” - February 2012

Utah National Guard (UNG) sustainment training “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - March 2012

Citizens Emergency Response Conference “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - April 2012

Burn Disaster Crisis Standards of Care (BDCSC) State readiness - May 2012

Advanced Burn Life Support Course (ABLS) - May 2012

Medical Reserve Corp (MRC) “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - July 2012

EMS Symposium “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - August 2012

Utah Trauma Network “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - August 2012

13th Biennial NHS Curriculum Conference “Juvenile Fire Setters and Burn Injury” - October 2012

ABLS Course - October 2012

BDCSC - November 2012

MRC “Burn Surge and Bomb Blast Injuries” - November 2012

Utah Fire and Life Safety Educator Conference “In an Instant: Juvenile Fire Setter Training” - November 2012

Total number taught in 2012: 3391

 

2013

Utah National Guard “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient & Bomb Blast Injuries” - January 2013

BDCSC exercise and training - January 2013

BDCSC exercise and training - January 2013

BDCSC multi-facility exercise and training - January 2013

BDCSC state southern region training - February 2013

BDCSC state southern region training - February 2013

Nursing Grand Rounds Emergency Care of the Burn Patient - March 2013

MRC State Summit “Preparing for the Unthinkable” - March 2013

St Vincent’s Trauma Conference “Soft Tissue Injuries” “Wound Management” Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” “Burn Hot Topics” - April 2013

BDCSC - April 2013

Healthcare Preparedness Summit “Partnerships, Preparedness and Response” - June 2013

Intermountain Health Care Trauma Conference “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” - May 2013

State Health Science Teachers Conference “Burn Medical Math” - July 2013

Northern Utah Medical Palooza Dispatchers Conference “Emergency: 911” - July 2013

Elko EMS Conference “EMS Hot Topics” - September 2013

ABLS Course - September 2013

Mountain Trauma Conference, Sun Valley, Idaho “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Pediatric Burn Management” - November 2013

ABLS Course - December 2013

Total number taught in 2013: 4696

 

2014

Utah National Guard “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient in Austere Conditions” - January 2014

Utah Department of Health Children in Disasters Conference “Utah BDCSC: What are they and why should we be concerned” and “Assessment and treatment when transfer is not an option”-February 2014

CME lecture series, Dixie Regional Medical Center “Preparing for the Unthinkable: Utah BDCSC”-March 2014

Semi-Annual EMS Instructor Conference St George “BDCSC Train the Trainer Course” March 2014

Utah MRC Summit, Provo Utah “The Power of One “March 2014

Hospital Preparedness Program Summit, Layton, Utah “They’re Coming Are You Ready” April 2014

Rural EMS Leadership Conference, Richfield, Utah “BDCSC Train the Trainer” April 2014

Utah Emergency Physicians Emergency Services Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah “Preparing for the Unthinkable: Burn Disaster Basics” April 2014

Utah Association of Emergency Medical Technicians Conference, St George, Utah, May 2014

             “Staying Cool In A Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts” Keynote speaker

             “Bomb/Blast Basics”

Emergency Medical Services for Children Conference “BDCSC Train the Trainer” June 2014

Emergency Care Symposium faculty and planning Committee Salt Lake City, Utah “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts” August 2014

EMS Instructor Seminar, Layton, Utah “BDCSC Train the Trainer” August 2014

5th Annual Davis EMS / Safety Conference “Burn Core Concepts” October 2014

Advanced Burn Life Support, Salt Lake City, Utah November 2014

Total number taught in 2014: 6318

 

2015

30th Western Region EMS Conference, Seattle, Washington “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts” February 22nd 2015

Advanced Burn Life Support, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 3rd 2015

Utah Task Force 1, “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts” May 19th 2015

EMS Trauma Grand Rounds “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts” July 14th 2015

44th EMS Trauma Conference, Cheyanne, Wyoming

           “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts”

           “It’s Only a Flesh Wound: Soft Tissue Injury”

           “Bomb/Blast Basics”

12th Annual Utah Trauma Network, Salt Lake City, Utah ‘Got Male: Not Your Typical Delivery Service” September 9th 2015

Utah Valley University CCEMTP Course Burn / Trauma Module – September 30th 2015

South Western Region Trauma Conference, Twin Falls, Idaho “Bomb/Blast Basics”-October 3rd 2015

Advanced Burn Life Support Course, Salt Lake City, Utah-October 23rd 2015

EMS Trauma Conference, Brigham City, Utah, “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts”- October 24th 2015

Total number taught in 2015: 5100

 

2016

Utah Fire and Rescue Academy (UFRA) Winter Fire School, St George, Utah “Youth Fire Setting Prevention and Intervention” – January 8th and 9th 2016

Advanced Burn Life Support Course, Salt Lake City, Utah, - March 22nd 2016

EMS University, Gillette, Wyoming

    “Bomb/Blast Basics”

    “Burn Case Studies”

    “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient: Wyoming Hot Topics”

    “It’s only a Flesh Wound: Or is it?”

    “Preparing for the Unthinkable: Burn Disaster Crisis Standards of Care”

    “The Power of One: Engaging the Next Generation”

Key Note “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts” – April 7-9, 2016

Northern Utah Trauma System, Logan, Utah, “Preparing for the Unthinkable: Burn Disaster Crisis Standards of Care” –April 23rd 2016

Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah “Bomb / Blast Basics – May 11th 2016

Fire Women’s Auxiliary Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah “It Takes a Village” – June 11th 2016

EMSC Retreat, Provo, Utah “Burn Injury: Hot Topics and Muscle Memory” – June 17th 2016

EMS Conference Montrose County, Colorado “Burn Core Concepts” – June 18th 2016

Bonneville and Idaho Power, Twin Falls, Idaho “It’s only a Flesh Wound: Or is it?” – June 20th

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course, Ogden, Utah – June 28th 2016

13th Annual Utah Trauma Network, Salt Lake City, Utah “They’re Coming are you ready? “- September 9th      

Advanced Burn Life Support, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 16th 2016

25th Annual Rural Nevada EMS conference September 23rd 2016

     “Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts”

     “It’s only a Flesh Wound: Or is it?”

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course, St George, Utah – October 10th 2016

Air National Guard, Army National Guard and Army Reserve MEDEVAC and Burn training, Burn Project Coordinator and faculty. Salt Lake City, Utah – November 5th 2016

              “Burn Core Concepts”

              “Burn Case Studies”

              “They’re coming are you ready?

EMS Grand Rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 8th 2016

              “Environmental Injuries”

Total number taught in 2016: 6192

 

2017

Utah Fire and Rescue Academy (UFRA),Winter Fire School, St George, Utah January 20th and 21st 2017

            “Introduction to Juvenile Firesetting: Is it for my department?

Utah Student Nurse Association Conference (USNA), Utah Valley University, Provo, Utah, February 4th 2017

          Burn Nursing: Is the Calling for you”

Neonatal and Pediatric Transport Conference, Eccles Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 24th 2017             “Pediatric Burns: Essentials in Management”

8th Annual Rimrock Trauma Symposium, Billings Clinic, Billings, Montana, April 7th 2017

         “They’re coming are We Ready: BMCI”

Advanced Burn Life Support, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 11th

Emergency Medical Services Conference, Intermountain Health Care, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 14th 2017

        “What’s Hot in Burn Care - 2017?

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course, Uinta Basin, Vernal, Utah, May 18th 2017

6th Annual Rural Preparedness Summit, Fallon, Nevada, June 6th 2017

       “Anatomy of a Burn Disaster: Ready, Respond, Recover”

       “Preparing for the Unthinkable: Table Top Exercise”

Utah Disaster Advisory Committee, Salt lake City, Utah, August 2nd 2017

       “CSC Burn Plan Table Top Exercise: The Doomsday Scenario”

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course, Central Region, Richfield, Utah, October 16th 2017

Idaho and Wyoming Emergency Nurses Association Pediatric Conference, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, October 28th, 29th 2017

         “Pediatric Burns: Essentials in Management”

          “Pediatric Scald Burns and Non Accidental Trauma Simulation Training”

Dixie Regional Medical Center, St George, Utah, November 2nd 2017

          “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient”

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 13th 2017

Boy Scouts of America, Salt Lake City, Utah, - November 30th 2017

              “Frostbite Prevention and Treatment”

 

Total number taught in 2017: 4649

 

2018

Western Regional Burn Conference, Breckenridge, Colorado - January 13th

                            “Preparing for the Unthinkable: BMCI table top exercise”

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course, SST Region, Salt Lake City, Utah, - February 13th

Mountain West EMS Conference, Provo, Utah, April 20,

              “Burn Injury: What’s Hot in 2018?

Central Utah Citizen Corps Conference, Richfield, Utah, April 21st

              “Burn and Soft Tissue Injury”

Evidence Based Poster Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah April 25th

              “Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient”

Wildland Summit, Boise, Idaho, May 17th

              “Austere Care of the Wildland Fire Fighter”

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 24th

Utah Hospital Association and Utah Disaster Advisory Council, Richfield, Utah, June 6th

              “Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient in a Non-Burn Facility following a BMCI”

Utah Firewomen’s Conference, Price, Utah June 16th

              “Community Prevention and Education”

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course, Utah / Wasatch Region, Provo, Utah August 17th

Utah Air National Guard, Salt Lake City, Utah September 14th

              “Burn Injury: What’s Hot in 2018?

27th Annual Nevada EMS Conference, Elko, Nevada, September 20th

              “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient”

              “Mining and Electrical Injuries: Management and Care”

Utah/ Wasatch Inconceivable: Planning for the Unthinkable Conference, Provo, Utah, October 2nd

              “Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient in a Non-Burn Facility following a BMCI”

14th Annual Symposium, Mesa, Arizona, October 12th

              “Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient in a Non-Burn Facility following a BMCI”

              “Preparing for the Unthinkable: BMCI table top”

University of Utah Grand Rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 14th

              “What’s Hot in Burn Care?”

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Pinedale, Wyoming, November 12th

Total number taught in 2018: 3879

 

2019

Uintah Basin Emergency Care Conference, February 9th

              Burn Injury: Not too hot to Handle

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Thermopolis, Wyoming, March 1st

Pediatric Education (PETOS) – Grand Rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah March 7th

              Pediatric Burn Injury: Not too Hot to Handle

24th Annual Spring Fever Trauma Conference, St Patrick, Missoula, April 13th

              Burn Injury: Not too Hot to Handle!

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course Coordinator and Instructor, Carson City, Nevada April 17th

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, McCall, Idaho, May 7th

Idaho BLM Wildland Fire Summit, Boise, Idaho, May 14th

              Burns and Burn Treatment in the Austere Environment

              Wildland Case Studies

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Sublette County, Wyoming, May 20th

Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course Coordinator and Instructor, Reno, Nevada, June 5th 2019

Utah Firewomen’s Conference, Salt lake City, Utah, June 15th

              The Power of Partnerships

St Marks Healthcare, Trauma Grand Rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 25th

              Burn Injury: Not too Hot to Handle!

Utah Army National Guard, Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah, August 6th

              “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient” 

University of Utah Health, Trauma Grand Rounds. Salt Lake City, Utah, August 14th

              Burn Injury: Not too Hot to Handle!

6th Annual Excellence in Trauma Conference, Midway, Utah, September 15th

              Burn Injury: What’s Hot in 2019?

Davis Hospital, Trauma Grand Rounds, Farmington, Utah, September 11th

              Burn Injury: Not too Hot to Handle!

Air National Guard Annual Trauma Training, Salt Lake City, Utah

              Burn Injury: Scratch and Sniff

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 20th

Rocky Mountain Region WOCN Fall Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 30th

              Burns: Acute and Long Term Care

Ski and Mountain Trauma Conference, Sunvalley, Idaho, November 8th 2019

              Burn Injury: Not too Hot to Handle!

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Kemmerer, Wyoming, November 19th 2019

Total number taught in 2019: 4784

 

2020

Army National Guard Annual Trauma Training, Salt Lake City, Utah, January 8th

              Burn Injury: Not Too Hot to Handle!

Utah State Board of Education, Career and Technical Education project.

Advanced Burn Life Support Course Coordinator, Instructor, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 7th

Current Concepts in Neonatal and Pediatric Transport Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 21st

              Pediatric Burns: Essentials in Management

Utah State University, Virtual Nursing Conference, April 3rd, 2020

              “Burn and Soft Tissue Injury”

Grand County Mass Casualty Incident Response and Management, April 30th

              “Virtual Table Top with EMS, Airport, Moab Regional, Coalitions and State partners”

State of Wyoming EMS virtual training, May 5th.

              “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient”

Wildland Fire BLM multistate virtual training, June 2nd

              “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient: Austere Response”

Utah Air National Guard virtual training, September 12th

              Burn Injury: Not Too Hot to Handle!

Western Region Burn Disaster Consortia Concept of Operations Plan virtual Table Top Exercise (TTx)

September 22nd

              “CONOPS TTx”

State of Wyoming virtual EMS training, October 8th

              “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient”

Western Region Burn Disaster Consortia Creek Fire virtual Table Top Exercise (TTx)

September 22nd

              Creek Fire TTx”

EMS virtual Grand Rounds, December 9th

              “Environmental Emergencies, Frostbite: Limbs on the Line”

Total number taught in 2020: approx. >2513 (some virtual platforms make exact counts challenging)

 

2021

Southern Nevada Healthcare Preparedness Coalition, virtual training, January 7th

              “Partnerships, Preparedness and Response”

Trauma Grand Rounds, Intermountain Medical Center, Salt Lake City, February 1,

              “Emergency Care of the Burn Patient”

 

 

  The presentations listed above are not all-inclusive and contain only those education sessions that include multiple state agencies, or are conference presentations. There are many more education sessions given to health professionals, disaster responders, schools, private industries and community groups in addition to interviews with newspapers, radio and television networks. The total number taught per year in live education sessions is included at the end of each year.

 

National Presentations

 

43rd American Burn Association Annual Meeting Chicago Illinois - March 2011

               Burn Prevention Correlative Session Co-Moderator

44th American Burn Association Annual Meeting, Seattle Washington - April 2012  

              Dealing with Addictions in Burn Patients Co-Moderator

45thAmerican Burn Association Annual Meeting Palm Springs California - April 2013

             Getting involved in Burn Prevention” Co-Moderator

Guidelines for Burn Care under Austere Conditions

Time to Get Injury Focused: Taking Responsibility for Prevention

National Troubled Youth Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah May 2013

“In an Instant: Fire Play and Its Life Changing Consequences”

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Conference, Phoenix, Arizona – September 2013

                ABLS Course

             “Engaging the Next Generation

46th American Burn Association Annual Meeting Boston, Massachusetts March 2014

               “Burn Prevention for seniors” Co-Moderator

Center for Disease Control (CDC) Pediatric Disaster Workshop July 29th 2014

“Telemedicine in Utah”

Vigilant Guard, Utah 2014 Civil Support Team and Homeland Emergency Response Force Training Salt Lake City, Utah November 2014

“Staying Cool in a Heated Situation: Burn Core Concepts”

American Burn Association Western Region Burn Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada November 8th 2014

             “Preparing for the Unthinkable” Regional TTx

47th American Burn Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois -April 23rd 2015

               “Burn Prevention for seniors” Co-Moderator

National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Preparedness Summit, Dallas, Texas, April 21st 2016

             “Burn Surge Partnerships, Preparedness and Response: Not too hot to handle!”

48th American Burn Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada – May 3-6, 2016

               “Evidence in Burn Prevention” Co-Moderator

               “Disaster Planning / Mass Casualty” Co-Moderator

              “Incorporating Disaster Preparedness into Prevention Education AKA Making Prevention Sexy                  (MPS)

Mid-West Regional Burn Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, October 7th 2016

                  “Crisis Standards of Care”

National Healthcare Preparedness Coalition Conference (NHPCC), Washington DC, December 13th 2016

              “Challenges in Burn Center Preparedness and Response”

EMS Today 2017, Salt Lake City, Utah February 23rd 2017

               “Anatomy of a Burn Disaster” 

49th American Burn Association Annual Meeting Boston, Massachusetts – March 2017

             “Partnerships, Preparedness and Response”

             “Western Region Burn Disaster Consortia: Anatomy of a Burn Disaster”

             “Disaster SIG: Challenges and Opportunities”

             “Incorporating Austere Guidelines” Co-Moderator

American Hospital Association Emergency Readiness Group- March 23rd 2018

            “Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient in a Non-Burn Facility Following a Mass Casualty Incident:               An Integrated Regional Approach”

50th American Burn Association Annual Meeting Chicago, Illinois – April 2018

          “Regional Burn Disaster Consortia 2017-1018”

          “Western Region Burn Disaster Consortia Updates”

          “Frostbite: It’s Not Just a Flesh Wound”

           Post Graduate Session - Operation Gotham Shield Regional Coordinator

          “Building Partnerships between Burn Centers and Fire Fighters” - Co-Moderator

Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals, Webinar, October 10th

                “Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient in a Non-Burn Facility following a BMCI”

Hale Borealis Conference: Strengthening Whole Community Partnerships, Anchorage, Alaska October 25th 2018

              “Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient in a Non-Burn Facility following a BMCI”

International Association of Fire Fighters Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 30th 2018

              “Burn Specialized Care at a Verified Burn Center”

              “Transport Considerations: Multiple Patients, no Local Burn Center”

51st American Burn Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 3rd-5th

              “Implementation of a State Wide Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course (BCMCC)

“Implementation of a State Wide Burn Care and Mass Casualty Course (BCMCC), Best in category presentation

              “Barriers to Burn Prevention and How to Overcome Them” Co- Moderator

Course Director and Moderator for the Membership Advisory Forum, “Disaster Roles and Responsibilities: Who Really Does What?”

National Healthcare Coalition Conference, Dallas, Texas, December 3rd 2019

              Leveraging Healthcare Coalitions to Provide Burn Care and Mass Casualty Training

52nd American Burn Association Annual Meeting (virtual)

              Disaster 101: Partnerships, Preparedness and Response”

              2020 Western Region Burn Disaster Consortia Updates

ASPR TRACIE Virtual Webinar Series, October 23rd 2020

“Hidden Consequences: How the COVID Pandemic is Impacting Children”

Moderator, American Burn Association Current Burn Topics (Virtual), January 13th 2021

              “Setting Up Your Burn Prevention Program”

2021 Joseph M Still Burn Symposium, March 1st, Braselton, Georgia, (presented virtually)

              “The Anatomy of Burn Disaster: Partnerships, Preparedness and Response”

53nd American Burn Association Annual Meeting (virtual) April 2021. Course Director, Membership Advisory Committee (MAC)

              ‘Effective Meeting Strategies for Burn Rounds”

              “2021 Western Region Burn Disaster Consortia Updates”

 

International Presentations and Courses

 

2007 Global Mine Rescue Summit Burn Project Manager

2011 Global Mine Rescue Summit Burn / Trauma Project Manager and Faculty, September 2011

“Trauma and Burn Management”

John P. Redmond Health and Safety Symposium and Dominick F. Barbera EMS Conference, Vancouver, Canada, August 7th 2017

            “Firefighter Burn Injury: Essentials in Management”

            “Injury Characteristics, Transfer and Telemedicine”

 

Internship Supervision

 

Eric Curtis – State Burn Disaster Crisis Standards of Care 3/1/2011- 3/1/2012

Hannah Clark –Youth Firesetting Intervention and Prevention, 6/1/2015 – 9/16/2015 (100 hours)

Jason Terry - Youth Firesetting Intervention and Prevention, 3/16/ 2015 – 6/17/2015 (100 hours)

Tanner Morley – Regional Transfer and Transport in Disasters 4/02/2016 – 6/1/2016 (100 hours)

Sarah Wasden Childs – Youth Firesetting Psychological Support, 1/22/2016 – 6/1/2016 (100 hours)

Corey Ipsen –Care of the Burn Patient in a non-burn facility, 96 hour project, 5/1/2017 – present,

Courtney Zaffino – Transfer of the Burn Patient Across a region, 5/1/2017 – 8/4/2017(100 hours)

Stefanos Lakonios – Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient 12/15/17-01/31/18 (100 hours)

Abdulrahman Alnami - Prolonged Care of the Burn Patient - 12/15/17-01/31/18 (100 hours)

Chelsea Locke – Healthcare Staff readiness in Disasters – 05/12/18-08/14/18 (100 hours)

Mackenzie Marmol – Burn Disaster Crisis Standards of Care – 05/24th12/19 (100 hours)