Ginny is the Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration at Methodist University. She has been involved in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for over 20 years as both a credentialed Paramedic and Instructor. She has spent 18 years as a Program Director and has been recognized for her contribution to the EMS profession as a Fellow of the Academy of Emergency Medical Services (FAEMS) through the National Association of EMS Physicians. She has won multiple national and international awards, including EMS Educator of the Year and the global EMS10 Award for innovation in the field of EMS. Ginny holds an Associate of Applied Science in Sign Language Interpreting from Wilson Community College, a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Care with a concentration in EMS management, a Master of Health Science in EMS education (both from Western Carolina University), and a PhD in Health Science with a concentration in Respiratory Care from Rush University. Ginny is a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals; serves as Executive Director of the Foundation for Prehospital Medicine Research; and is passionate about research, innovation, and student mentoring. She is also the Vice Chair of the North Carolina Association of EMS Educators. Her specific research interests include defining predictors and profiling traumatic stress syndromes in EMS personnel.
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Tuesday, October 11, 2022
7:30 AM – 5:00 PM EDT