Faculty Candidate Presentation: James “Jim” Reed, DNP, MSNA, CRNA

Faculty Candidate Presentation: James “Jim” Reed, DNP, MSNA, CRNA

Director, Operational Medicine, VIGILINT Expeditionary Solutions, Morrisville, NC

April 9, 2021 | 9:00 AM | Presentation by Zoom Only

“A Return on Investment”

Dr. Jim Reed earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Arizona in 1992. He then entered the Army and held various assignments in the Army Medical Department including Intensive Care Nurse and Flight Nurse in the Army Burn Unit. He was accepted to the prestigious US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing, and graduated the program as a Distinguished Graduate in 2000. He was selected to join the ranks of an elite medical unit that supported Special Mission Units in Counter-Terrorist Operations in 2001. While a member of this elite unit he deployed 9 times to combat. He participated in hundreds of combat missions and administered care to hundreds of casualties. Through his service he earned The Legion of Merit, 5 Bronze Stars Medals, 2 Air Medals, and many other awards and decorations. After retiring from the Army Jim has held clinical positions practicing anesthesia at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Firsthealth of the Carolinas. Dr. Reed earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Duke University as a Jonas Foundation Scholar in 2017. As an avid educator, he is the former Senior Clinical Instructor for the Army Nurse Anesthesia Program at Fort Bragg and Duke University Nurse Anesthesia Program Clinical Coordinator. In 2017 he took a position as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Nurse Anesthesia Program and served until late 2019. He returned to industry. His current position since 2019 is to direct and manage a multi-million dollar overseas and domestic operational medical program for the US government.

Dr. Reed will discuss his career since leaving the UArizona, his teaching philosophy, and a brief presentation of his doctoral project, which was a public health performance improvement project based on the Stop the Bleed Initiative centered on hemorrhage control by first responder law enforcement officers.

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9 a.m. to 10 a.m. April 9, 2021

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