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Richard D. Vann

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Divers Alert Network Inc

HQ Phone:  (919) 226-3800

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Divers Alert Network Inc

6 West Colony Place

Durham, North Carolina,27705

United States

Company Description

The Divers Alert Network (DAN) is the diving industry's largest association dedicated to scuba diving safety. Serving scuba divers for more than 30 years, DAN provides emergency assistance, medical information resources, educational opportunities and more. Whe...more

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Jim Gatacre and Dr. Richard Vann to Receive DEMA's 2015 Reaching Out Award - The Diving Equipment & Marketing Association

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Jim Gatacre and Dr. Richard Vann to Receive DEMA's 2015 Reaching Out Award
The Dive Industry will take a trip toThe Big Easyat the 27th annual presentation of the prestigious Reaching Out Awards on November 6, 2015, where we celebrateNew Orleans styleat this year'sMardi Gras-themedevening in honor of Jim Gatacre and Dr. Richard Vann, recipients of the 2015 DEMA Reaching Out Award (ROA). Dr. Richard Vann is a well-respected diving researcher, contributing to the sport of diving for the last 50 years through education, environmental physiology and undersea biomedical science. Dr. Vann has been affiliated with Ocean Systems, Inc., the US Navy Underwater Demolition Team-12, Duke Hyperbaric Center and has been the Technical Director of Divers Alert Network (DAN). Dr. Vann's accolades have included accomplishments such as the Johnson Space Center's Group Achievement Award from NASA in 2011 and the Albert R. Behnke Award from the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society in 2012 for outstanding scientific contributions to undersea biomedical activity. Well known amongst the diving community is Dr. Vann's work on the NOAA Diving Manual; Dr. Vann has been a contributor and editor of the chapter on Physiology in an attempt to both educate and keep divers safe. In addition, he has been a regular presenter at the NOAA/Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) Diving Physicians Course for many years. He has personally trained many of the hyperbaric physicians who are available to respond in the event of a diving accident. His contributions on decompression sickness knowledge have guided NASA extra-vehicular activities as well as post-dive flying procedures for recreational divers. Dr. Vann has maintained a constant flow of high quality peer review conference and publication papers on diving related topics and has ensured that the technical aspects of diving have been made available to the diving community at large. Such is the case with his dedication and commitment to running and organizing two major diving conferences that have been open to all SCUBA divers: the DAN Technical Diving Conference (January 2008) and Rebreather Forum 3 (May 2012) organized by AAUS, DAN and PADI. Dr. Vann has played a pivotal role in the active sharing of diving safety knowledge by leading DAN Research for many years, writing and lecturing for all levels, directing, developing or co-developing many special topics workshops. Dr. Vann has worked tirelessly on behalf of the diving community, dedicating his career to improving the safety of others. DEMA congratulates Jim Gatacre and Dr. Richard Vann for their exemplary, life-long service to our Industry.


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In addition, the 2015 Reaching Out Award nominee evaluations were reviewed, and honorees were determined to be Jim Gatacre, founder of the Handicapped Scuba Association, and hyperbaric researcher Dr. Richard Vann.
The Dive Industry will take a trip toThe Big Easyat the 27th annual presentation of the prestigious Reaching Out Awards on November 6, 2015, where we celebrateNew Orleans styleat this year’sMardi Gras-themedevening in honor of Jim Gatacre and Dr. Richard Vann, recipients of the 2015 DEMA Reaching Out Award (ROA). Dr. Richard Vann is a well-respected diving researcher, contributing to the sport of diving for the last 50 years through education, environmental physiology and undersea biomedical science. Dr. Vann has been affiliated with Ocean Systems, Inc., the US Navy Underwater Demolition Team-12, Duke Hyperbaric Center and has been the Technical Director of Divers Alert Network (DAN). Well known amongst the diving community is Dr. Vann’s work on the NOAA Diving Manual; Dr. Vann has been a contributor and editor of the chapter on Physiology in an attempt to both educate and keep divers safe. In addition, he has been a regular presenter at the NOAA/Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) Diving Physicians Course for many years. He has personally trained many of the hyperbaric physicians who are available to respond in the event of a diving accident. His contributions on decompression sickness knowledge have guided NASA extra-vehicular activities as well as post-dive flying procedures for recreational divers. Dr. Vann has maintained a constant flow of high quality peer review conference and publication papers on diving related topics and has ensured that the technical aspects of diving have been made available to the diving community at large. Dr. Vann has played a pivotal role in the active sharing of diving safety knowledge by leading DAN Research for many years, writing and lecturing for all levels, directing, developing or co-developing many special topics workshops. Dr. Vann has worked tirelessly on behalf of the diving community, dedicating his career to improving the safety of others. DEMA congratulates Jim Gatacre and Dr. Richard Vann for their exemplary, life-long service to our Industry.


Scuba Diving Emergency Response Training — DAN | Divers Alert Network

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In this lecture, Dr. Vann discusses the search for the optimal path to safe decompression from a dive and the struggle to determine acceptable risk.
Dr. Richard Vann, Vice President of Research at DAN, presented a lecture addressing some of the fundamental principles that govern inert gas exchange between the environment and tissue, and in particular, the profound effects that bubble formation can have on inert gas exchange.


DAN Divers Alert Network : Medical Research : Team

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Richard Vann, Ph.D., DAN Research Consultant
Richard Vann is assistant professor emeritus in anesthesiology at Duke University Medical Center and safety officer and director of applied research at the Duke Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Environmental Physiology. He coordinates DAN Research activities with the Duke hyperbaric center and actively promotes DAN Research through speaking engagements, presentations to the diving industry and numerous publications related to diving.


DAN Divers Alert Network : Medical Research : Team

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Richard Vann, Ph.D. - Vice President, DAN Research
Dr. Vann is Assistant Research Professor in Anesthesiology, Safety Officer and Director of Applied Research at the Duke Hyperbaric Center, and Vice President for Research at DAN. Dr. Vann is responsible for planning and executing the DAN Research Program. He oversees the coordination of DAN Research activities with the Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Environmental Physiology and actively promotes DAN Research through speaking engagements, presentations to the diving industry, and numerous publications related to diving. For a list of publications authored by Dr. Vann, click here.


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