Emergency Medicine and Anesthesiology
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Medical Director, The Difficult Airway Course: EMS
Dr. Braude is Professor of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesiology and the Tim Fleming Endowed Professor of EMS at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. He is the EMS Section Chief and Director of the EMS Fellowship Program in the Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Braude spent 10 years as a Flight Physician and Air Medical Director.
Currently he is a Medical Director of several agencies including Rio Rancho Fire Rescue and the UNM EMS Academy. In addition, he remains active in the field through the UNM EMS Physician Field Response Program. Dr. Braude is author of Rapid Sequence Intubation and Rapid Sequence Airway, 2nd edition: An Airway911 Guide, has nearly 50 peer-reviewed publications, is a regular contributor to EM:Rap and speaks nationally and internationally on airway topics.
Dr. Braude is Medical Director for The Difficult Airway Course: EMS and all other EMS programs offered by First Airway.
Director, Emergency Airway Management
Medical Director, UW Med Flight
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
Associate Medical Director, The Difficult Airway Course: EMS
Dr. Steuerwald is the Director of Emergency Airway Management and the Assistant Medical Director of UW Med Flight, as well as an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He has been an active EMS provider since 2004, currently serving as a flight physician with the University of Wisconsin Flight HEMS team. Dr. Steuerwald has been an instructor in prehospital and emergency medicine since 2011, and is a frequent contributor to Free Open-Access Medical education (FOAMed). He is active in numerous professional organizations, including the Society for Airway Management, National Association of EMS Physicians, Air Medical Physician Association, the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Steuerwald is Associate Medical Director for The Difficult Airway Course: EMS and all other EMS programs offered by First Airway.
AirMed Outreach Coordinator
University of Utah AirMed
Salt Lake City, Utah
West Regional Course Director
Owner, SafeTec Training Services
Flight Paramedic, MidAtlantic MedEvac
Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Mid-Atlantic Regional Course Director
Professional Medical Associates
Western Canada Regional Course Director
Critical Care Practitioner
Regional Course Director: Belgium, France, Netherlands, Luxemburg
Camden Education Unlimited
Field Internship Preceptor
Lincoln County EMS
Department for EMS Education
Gaston College, Dallas, North Carolina
Southeast Regional Course Director
Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
CESPU – Cooperativa Ensino Politécnico e Universitário, Portugal
ENFARTE - PlanoSaude
Regional Course Director - Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, Andorra
Estêvão is Medical Director and responsible for the operability of one of the Portuguese VMERs – Rapid Medical Emergency Vehicles, having also performed operational functions for more than 20 years.
He is Intensive Care and ICU director since 2000, and is a senior consultant in intensive care medicine. Associate professor and responsible for the discipline of emergency and critically ill patients at CESPU. Coordinator of an American Heart Association CIT and Instructor for FCCS-SCCM Courses.
Director of Quality Management
Clinical Education Manager
Trans Aero Medevac
EMS Community Educator
Department of Emergency Medicine
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, New York
Northeast Regional Course Director
Global Education Director, First Airway, LLC
European Regional Course Director
Jamie Todd is a Pre-Hospital Care Consultant for numerous industry sectors. He was in the first group of paramedics in the United Kingdom to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Pre-Hospital Care.
His advice when it comes to airway management is to always know the basics, and have them mastered to your very best ability. “In fact we call them ‘essentials’ rather than ‘basics’ as they will get you out of trouble almost every time,” he says. Prior to his career in Emergency Medicine, Jamie trained as a science teacher and worked in wilderness skills instruction. His favorite part of the job is the moment when he can see everything click for students.
Jamie has combined his EMS and wilderness skills in interesting ways. He has taken journalists around Mongolia for three months, and worked a ski race to the magnetic North Pole.