I work well with people finding out what they know and work with them to find the solution to their problems. I work best when I am fluidly working with the learner. I can teach by just talking, but prefer a two way flow of information sharing.
I am have a lot of experience with IT. I am self taught, but am able to educate others well with over 20 years of education background. I can explain concepts to people in different ways that they may not have heard before. I am often sought by my friends and colleagues to solve IT issues with regard to both hardware and software.
I can help you regarding your issues. My first lesson is free, so by all means find out if I can assist you.
I have worked with James for the last 13years. I have been a colleague as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in ICU, I have intereacted with him in my roles as ENT Clinical Nurse Consultant, and ENT Transitional Nurse Practitioner and now as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Emergency Departement, while he has had many roles in ICU, education and software development and procedure development. He has always been a resource for my own learning in this time. I know that if I feel that I don't understand or want to better understand some factor of critical care or even standard nursing issues, procedures, hardware or particularly information technology related to the same, James will either have the answer or quickly point me in the right direction to obtain it. I have also in this time witnessed him teaching in formal and informal sessions to all level of nursing colleagues. He is always measured and interested in education at any time, even when his main role may be clinical, but more so in his multiple education roles that I have seen him in over the years. He is a hands on teacher that is patient and calm whilst teaching nursing skill, of which he has a solid and complete amount of knowledge. I particularly recall a time when he was teaching a session on the anatomy, physiology and technology involved with the use of a nasogastric tube that contained a sensor that was used to detect a patient's triggering of a spontaneous breath in order to facilitate an effective weaning from mechanical ventilation after a prolonged time and likely Critical Care Neuropathy and muscle atrophy. James allowed a student nurse, with his guidance, to insert the NG tube into James himself and then that tube was contected to a ventilator that was functioning and had a test lung on it. I watched as he had tears in his eyes after the insertion and then as he breathed, the test lung inflated and deflated as he spoke of the anatomy and physiology. That knowledge was reinforced to me that day so that I will always have a clear understanding of triggering of mechanical ventilators and the possible modes that can be used to assist with weaning in the ICU. James is passionate and dedicated and will go above and beyond to assist with learning because he enjoys it and is good at it.
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