We are pleased to welcome the following speakers to the 30th Anniversary ASA + FNA Conference 2018
MB ChB FRCP FRCS FRCEM FRGS Dip.IMC DRTM
Stephen is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine and is the lead consultant for Scotland’s Emergency Medical Retrieval Service. This aeromedical retrieval service delivers pre-hospital critical care for major trauma patients, rural hospital secondary retrievals and major incident responses.
Stephen has published a number of papers and book chapters related to emergency medicine and pre-hospital care. He also led the team establishing the Diploma in retrieval and transfer medicine for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and contributes to the organisation of the annual UK retrieval conference. He is attracted to the challenges of emergency medicine in demanding remote environments with limited resources.
He has been an active voluntary member of Arrochar mountain rescue team for 20 years and holds the Mountain Leader Award. Stephen acted as medical officer on seven international expeditions before establishing the first expedition medicine course in the UK.
He regularly acts an expert witness for the NHS Scotland Central Legal Office, for the General Medical Council and for pursuers’ solicitors. He is a Scottish Public Service Ombudsman’s advisor in emergency medicine and pre-hospital care.
Stefan M. Mazur
BPhEd, MBChB, FACEM, PGCertAME, DipIMC & DipRTM(RCS Ed), GCertCU
Stefan is a PreHospital and Retrieval physician and Medical Retrieval Consultant in South Australia with the state based retrieval service, SAAS MedSTAR, and is the Head of Unit, Training and Education for the service. Stefan also works as an Emergency Physician in the Royal Adelaide Hospital Emergency Department.
Stefan has worked previously in Wellington, Perth, Birmingham, Auckland, Sydney, Townsville and London. His introduction to retrieval was undertaking paediatric and neonatal retrievals for NETS in Sydney, New South Wales, and subsequently he had PreHospital and Retrieval roles with Mediflight in South Australia, for CareFlight in Queensland where he was also the Director of Training and Education and spent a period in London working for London HEMS in PreHospital trauma care.
Stefan has an academic position at the School of Public Health at James Cook University and is an examiner in retrieval medicine for the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. He has published various papers and textbook chapters on prehospital care and disaster medicine, primarily looking at the role of prehospital ultrasound.
Renee Semonin Holleran
FNP-BC, PhD, CEN, CCRN (emeritus); CFRN and CTRN (retired), FAEN
Renee is currently a Nurse Practitioner in Holistic Medicine at the VA Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. She currently works with veterans by providing pain management. She also volunteers at the Hope Free Clinic which affords medical care to the under-served in Utah.
Renee was a transport nurse for 24 years as well as working in the emergency department starting in 1977. Renee was the Chief Flight Nurse for University Air Care and the Adult Transport Nurse Manager for Intermountain Life Flight. Renee was also the 1996 President of the Emergency Nurses Association.
She was the editor of the Air Medical Journal and the Journal of Emergency Nursing. Renee has been the editor of the Patient Transport Principles and Practice text for the second through the fifth editions. The 4th edition of the text won the AJN book of the year award in 2011.
Renee has numerous publications and presentations related to patient transport and emergency nursing. She was one of the initial authors for the Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) and the Flight Nurse Advanced Trauma Course (now known as the Transport Professional Advanced Trauma Course).
Renee remains active in patient transport as the Emergency Nurses Association representative on the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS). She is also a member of the Air and Surface Transport Nurses Association (ASTNA) Publications Committee.