Curriculum Vitae: Paul Matthew Mazurek

 

Place of Birth Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA

 

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan - 1998

(Summa Cum Laude)

Master of Arts in Educational Technology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan-2015

(With Honors)

 

Licensure/Certifications

Registered Nurse – Michigan License #4704216392

Michigan Paramedic #3201002643

Michigan EMS Instructor/Coordinator #3205001867

Nationally Registered Paramedic #P0989954

CCRN #00469615

CFRN #0100006459

Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE)

American Heart Association (BLS, ACLS, PALS) Provider and Instructor

American Heart Association (AHA) / AAP Neonatal Resuscitation Provider and Regional Trainer

Advanced Burn Life Support Provider

 

Employment History

Educational Nurse Coordinator, University of Michigan Survival Flight, Ann Arbor, MI, 2/11-present

Flight Nurse, West Michigan AirCare, Kalamazoo, MI, 6/08-present

Clinical Nurse III, University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) Survival Flight, Ann Arbor, MI, 3/03 – 2/11

Clinical Nurse II, UMHS Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Ann Arbor, MI, 9/01 – 3/03

Clinical Nurse I, UMHS  Pediatric Cardio-Thoracic Intensive Care Unit, Ann Arbor, MI, 5/99 – 9/01

Staff Nurse, Detroit Medical Center Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Emergency Department, 5/98 – 6/99

Resident Assistant, Alternative Living Services, Ann Arbor, MI, 5/95 – 5/98

Machinist Mate, United States Navy, 6/87 – 6/95

 

Teaching Experience

Instructor First Aid and CPR since 1993

American Heart Association BLS instructor 2002-present

American Heart Association ACLS Instructor 2002 - present

American Heart Association PALS Instructor 2002 - present

American Heart Association Neonatal Resuscitation Regional Trainer 2002 – present

Lecturer, CCEMTP Curriculum, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), July 2007 – July 2009

Lecturer, CCEMTP Curriculum, Kellogg Community College, November 2008 - present

Difficult Airway Course Curriculum Midwest Faculty, 2009-present

Staff Instructor, Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit, Ballston Spa, NY, 12/91 – 5/95

 

Lectures/Seminars

Shock, Oxygen Delivery and Neuromuscular Blockade, UMHS Critical Care Orientation Course

Pediatric Heat Illness, University of Michigan Survival Flight Pre-Hospital and Trauma Conference, 07/03

Hunting Accidents, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 10/04

Congenital Heart Defects, UMHS Survival Flight Spring Conference, 03/05

Human Patient Simulation, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 10/05

Pediatric Inhalant Abuse, UMHS Survival Flight Spring Conference, 03/05

ARDS Management, Air Medical Transport Conference, Phoenix AZ, 09/06

ECMO and Hemodynamic Monitoring, UMBC Critical Care Symposium, 05/07

Rhabdomyolysis Case Studies, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 10/07

Respiratory Failure: Thinking Outside of the Box, Michigan Society for Resp.Care , 10/07

Sepsis Management, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) Critical Care Symposium, 05/08

Abiomed Transports, University of Maryland Baltimore County Critical Care Symposium, 05/08

Geriatric Trauma, University of Michigan Regional Emergency Nursing Conference, 09/08

Congenital Heart Defects Revisited, Air Medical Transport Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 10/08

ENT Emergencies, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 11/08

Clinical Training Debrief, Air Medical Transport Conference, San Jose, CA, 10/09

Pediatric Trauma Case Reviews, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 03/10

Transporting a Pandemic, Air Medical Transport Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 10/10

Difficult Airway Case Studies, West Michigan AirCare Fall Conference, Kalamazoo, MI, 10/10

Amniotic Fluid Embolus, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 11/10

Waveform Capnography in the Pediatric Patient, UMHS Survival Flight Spring Conference, 04/13

Science in Current Trauma Management, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 11/14

Case Studies in Women’s Cardiac Issues, UMHS Survival Flight Spring Conference, 03/15

Sepsis Updates 2015, UMHS Survival Flight Fall Conference, 11/15

Implementing Clinical Standards into Practice, Assoc. of Critical Care Transport, Philadelphia, PA, 03/16

Minimally Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring, UMHS Survival Flight Spring Conference, 03/16

Pediatric Trauma "Gamified", UMHS Survival Flight Spring Conference, 03/17

ACLS for VAD Patients, Critical Care Med Transport Conference, San Antonio, TX, 04/17

 

Leadership Positions

Chairman, CAE Cup Critical Care Skills Competition Organizing Committee, AMTC, 2012 - 2014

Vice Chair, METI Cup Critical Care Skills Competition Organizing Committee, AMTC , 2010-2011

Chairman, Education and Research Committee, UMHS Survival Flight, December 2005-present

Chairman, Workload Review Committee, University of Michigan Surgical Intensive Care Unit, 2002

Lead Caregiver, Alternative Living Services 6/95 – 5/98.
BLS Coordinator, Clifton Park-Halfmoon Ambulance, 1993

 

Community Service

Volunteer, SOS Community Crisis Center, Ypsilanti, MI, 12/95 – 8/97.

Member, First Aid Station Team, American Red Cross, Ann Arbor, MI, 9/95 – 5/98.

Emergency Medical Technician, Clifton Park–Halfmoon Ambulance, Clifton Park, NY, 1/92 – 5/95.

Respite Worker, Unity House Families in Crisis, Troy, NY, 6/93 – 5/95.

 

Memberships

Air and Surface Transport Nursing Association

Sigma Theta Tau Honors Society for Nursing – Rho Chapter

Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH)

International Game Developers Association (IGDA)

American Association for Adult Learning and Continuing Education (AAACE)

American Association of Critical Care Nurses

Michigan Nurses Association

 

Publications

Mazurek, PM: Congenital Heart Defects in Children. Part 2 of a two-part series: Patient Transport & Maintenance Issues.  Journal of Emergency Medical Services.  29(2): 90-100, 2004

Mazurek, PM:  Congenital Heart Defects in Children. Part 1 of a two-part series: Anatomical Anomalies & their Resultant Pathophysiology.  Journal of Emergency Medical Services.  29(1):  38-40, 42-8, 51-3, 2004

Mazurek, PM:  Pediatric Critical Care: Management. FireEMS. November/December 2003

Mazurek, PM:  Pediatric Critical Care: Assessment.  FireEMS.  September/October 2003

Pryor, JP, Mazurek, PM:  Unmask Thoracic Injuries.  Journal of Emergency Medical Services.  27(4): 62-73, 2002

Wagner C, Mazurek PM, Current Practice in Pediatric Immobilization, Air Medical Journal 25(4): 144-148, 2006

Mazurek, PM: When Ground Meets Air. Fire Engineering. 160(5): 103-113, 2007

Mazurek, PM and Nelson K, Survival Flight: The Next Generation, Air Medical Journal 29(2): 81-83, 2010.

Monthly Column Author, Air Medical Transport, http://www.ems1.com, 2011-2013

 

Specialized Courses/Schools Completed

Michigan EMS Instructor Course, Baker College of Cadillac, completed 11/06

ECMO Specialist Training Course, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 5/02

Michigan Paramedic Course, Baker College Division of EMS, Westland, 9/99 – 5/00

Naval Nuclear Power School, Naval Training Center, Orlando, Florida, 8/87 – 7/88

 

Awards

Association of Air Medical Services Medical Crew Member of the Year, 9/07

Gerald deKalands Certificate of Excellence in Pediatric Nursing, University of Michigan, 5/98.

Golden Key National Honors Society, University of Michigan, 7/96-5/98

Volunteer of the Month, American Red Cross, Albany Chapter, 5/94.

Master Training Specialist, US Navy, 5/94.

 

Additional Educational Endeavors and Interests

Research Assistant for PhD candidate with focus on design and implementation of clinical nursing judgment utilizing high-fidelity human patient simulation

Redesign and implementation of evidence-based clinical practice standards for UMHS Survival Flight

Improvement of current Survival Flight clinical practice utilizing the 3 domains of Bloom’s Taxonomy

Enhancing Clinical Decision Making with the use of human patient simulation

Development of a standardized critical transport training curriculum based upon Survival Flight and UMHS standards of practice

 

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