Profiles And Contributions To This Article

High acuity rural transport: findings from a qualitative investigation

Jude  Kornelsen

Dr Jude Kornelsen

qualifications: Associate Professor

contribution: devised survey tool, designed the project, collected data, wrote the first draft

position: Associate Professor

Canada


Brent  Hobbs

Mr Brent Hobbs

qualifications: RN, BSN, CNCC(c)

position: Network Director

Brent is a Registered Nurse with over 28 years of experience in Emergency and Intensive Care, including 15 years of management and administrative experience. Brent is currently the Network Director for Patient Transportation Services for the Interior Health Authority in rural British Columbia. Brent is responsible for the High Acuity Response Teams (HARTs) that respond to rural communities to provide patients with emergency stabilization and transport, when necessary, to a higher level of care. Brent is interested in researching how rural and remote patients can be better supported to achieve optimal health outcomes.


Holly  Buhler

Ms Holly Buhler

qualifications: MMedSc, MGIS

position: Regional Practice Lead, Research & Knowledge Translation


Rebecca  Kaus

Ms Rebecca Kaus

qualifications: B.A, CAPM, MBA

position: Project Lead and Business Analyst

Canada


Kari  Grant

Ms Kari Grant

qualifications: CCHRA(c)

position: Medical Affairs and Clinical Network Analyst


Scott C Lamont

Mr Scott Lamont

qualifications: BSN, RN, CCRN, CFRN

position: Patient Care Coordinator, Kooteney Boundary HART

Critical care nurse with experience in pediatrics, prehospital/transport/flight, burns & trauma, emergency and cardiovascular care.


Stefan  Grzybowski

Stefan Grzybowski

qualifications: MD

position: Medical Doctor

Canada


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