FlightBridgeED proudly announces the appointment of its esteemed educators, Ashley Bauer and Eric Bauer, as Adjunct Faculty at the prestigious Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, Ohio. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in the field of critical care transport medicine. The duo will be teaching the Hybrid Fundamentals of Critical Care Transport class, leveraging the university’s state-of-the-art medical helicopter simulator, one of only two such simulators in the world.
David Kaniecki, DNP, APRN-CNP, ACNP-C, RN, CCRN, Critical Care Transport Education Director at CWRU, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “I think we have a unique opportunity here and the perfect team to create something truly special. The combined expertise of FlightBridgeED’s educators and CWRU’s advanced training facilities promises a transformative educational experience.”
The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at CWRU is renowned for its commitment to advanced medical education. Its groundbreaking medical helicopter simulator, part of the Dorothy Ebersbach Academic Center for Flight Nursing Program, offers an unparalleled training experience. Built inside an actual helicopter, the simulator mimics real-life scenarios that medical professionals might face during critical care transport. Its advanced features, such as real aerial views and movement that simulate changing altitudes and weather conditions, will be incorporated into the training curriculum.
Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and FlightBridgeED have a storied legacy of providing top-tier education to those passionate about Critical Care Transport (CCT). Through this collaboration, FlightBridgeED underscores its unwavering commitment to excellence in critical care transport medicine and its vision for pioneering the future of the discipline. Case Western Reserve University will soon release comprehensive details about the curriculum!
For more information about FlightBridgeED and its collaboration with CWRU, please contact [email protected].