Experience: I have been designing and teaching a college prep / medical based anatomy & physiology course for eight years.
Education: BS, Exercise & Sport Science, Colby-Sawyer College. TECP, Secondary Biological Science, NHTI. MEd, Curriculum & Instruction, NEC. MEd, Special Education, NEC.
Other interests: As a former golf professional, I love to play golf as often as my schedule permits. I also enjoy hiking, kayaking, and mountain biking. I'm a avid Red Sox and Patriots fan. I'm married with two kids and we own two giant Saint Bernards.
Experience: 9 years in education at CRTC;
HOSA Adviser; LNA instructor for the Health Science Program 25 years in nursing, including acute rehabilitation, psychiatry, home infusion therapy, ambulatory care, hospice, telemetry
Education/Credentials: BS, Norwich University, Nursing; MS, Health Care Administration, New England College, Teaching Certification
Other Interests: animals, education, family, fitness, Maine coast, wellness
Clinical Social Worker, Dental Care, Dietician, EMT/Paramedic, Lab Technician, Medical Assistant, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician, Radiology, Sports Medicine
MCC: EXER105 Essentials of Exercise Science*
NHTI: HS101 Medical Terminology*
First Aid, CPR, & AED certifications, LNA License upon successful completion of state testing, EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) License upon successful completion of state testing
100% of eligible students either earned an LNA or EMR certificate. Over 85% of eligible students enrolled to earn college credits Over 93% of students passed national end-of-program HST exams
SUGGESTED PREREQUISITE COURSES: Full Course Load Aligned to Preparing for a 4-year College
SUGGESTED SIMULTANEOUS COURSES: Advanced Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology/AP Biology, Psychology, HumanGrowth & Development
CAREER HIGH VALUE SOFT SKILLS & ABILITIES: Effective Communicator, Critical ThinkingSkills, Interpersonal Skills, Proper Hygiene,Professional Appearance
Develop a strong understanding of anatomy and physiology;apply it to complex cases in health care.
Investigate diverse health care careers in what is projected to be New Hampshire’s 2nd highest employment growth sector between now and 2022.