Dana E. Niles, MS
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Dana is the Administrative Manager of Research in the Division of Critical Care Medicine, the Administrative Director for the Center for Pediatric Resuscitation, and Program Director for the Pediatric Resuscitation Quality (pediRES-Q) Collaborative. She is an active investigator of pediatric resuscitation with special interest in healthcare provider skill acquisition and retention. Her current work for her doctorate combines innovative high frequency, low fidelity Refresher skills training for resuscitation skills retention with clinical resuscitation quality improvement programs. She serves on writing subgroups for the American Heart Association Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee, is a peer reviewer for a number of academic journals, and is past co-chair of the Emergency Cardiovascular Update (ECCU) Conference.
BA - Sociology, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL
MA - Clinical Exercise Physiology, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
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