Speaker: Gretchen Wolf, MSN, RN, CNRN, CCRN, NREMT-P -- BIO
Gretchen Wolf has over 15 years of neuroscience nursing experience and is currently Nurse Manager of the Hartford Hospital Neuro-trauma ICU, a Level 1 trauma center and TJC-certified comprehensive stroke center.
In this capacity, Gretchen
is responsible for patients experiencing a wide range of neurological emergencies including acute stroke.
She also serves as a volunteer paramedic for her community.
An active member of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN), Gretchen authored the mild-moderate traumatic brain injury module for the Foundations of Neuroscience Nursing Project.
She was a nursing instructor at the American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts, and currently teaches the neurological content for local CCRN review courses.
As an experienced neuroscience and critical care nurse, Gretchen Wolf is able to merge the latest science with practical strategies for stroke care.
will enhance your ability to implement emergent protocols, determine effective blood pressure management using appropriate agents, and provide anticoagulation through medications such as aspirin, heparin, warfarin and other antiplatelet aggregation agents.
will also help you understand treatment modalities for improving the care you provide to patients faced with Transient Ischemic Attack.