On our Ask the Expert page, we answer teaching questions from instructors. Our experts help instructors present information in their classes. They would be happy to consult with you to help you explain difficult subjects to your students.
The ECG Guru has been so fortunate to have access to some of the best teaching experts available. Our very first contributer to Ask the Expert, Dr. Ken Grauer, M.D., has since become our “resident” Consulting Expert. You will find several Ask the Expert articles from him, as well as commentary on nearly all our ECG content. Dr. Grauer is well-known as an ECG instructor, and has published numerous popular books and study guides. His website and blog are valuable resources for anyone interested in ECG and ACLS.
Jason Roediger, CCT, CRAT is one of our Experts, and also has his own blog on the ECG Guru, where he features an ECG Challenge once a month. Jason works as a Cardiology Tech for a major US medical center. He is especially expert at deciphering complex dysrhythmias, and is very good at explaining them in language that is understandable.
Other experts who have graciously given their expertise include:
Dave Richley, who is a Cardiac Physiology Lecturer Practitioner in England. He teaches clinical physiology at Sunderland and Newcastle Universities in NE England, and ECG interpretation for the British Heart Foundation. Dave has a special expertise in complex bradydysrhythmias and conduction disturbances.
Dr. Stasinos Theodorou, an Interventional Cardiologist from Cyprus, is a member of the Cyprus Medical Association and the Cyprus Society of Cardiology. His practice, the Limassol Cardiology Practice, has a website and a FaceBook page where he graciously shares ECGs, images, and knowledge with those who are interested in cardiac care. He has valuable expertise in connecting ECG findings with cath lab images.
Christopher Watford, BSc, NREMT-P , a nationally-registered paramedic in the US. He is a Lead Software Engineer for GE’s Global Nuclear Fuels, and volunteers as a Captain on their Fire Brigade. He also volunteers as a Paramedic and Field Training Officer for Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue. He is an associate editor for the EMS 12-Lead Blog and Podcast. He has his own excellent blog at My Variables Have Only Six Letters. Christopher has expertise in complex ECGs, EMS and Fire /Rescue, and ECG software and hardware.
Darlene Hutton, RN, BScN, MSN, is a Registered Nurse from Canada who owns QRS Educational Services. She has worked in CCU, ICU, PACU, and Emergency Dept. as a clinical nurse, educator, and manager. Her company, QRS Educational Services, provides workshops, seminars, and conferences on topics such as ECG interpretation, ACLS, Acute Coronary Syndromes, and Cardiology Drugs.
Marjorie Bowers, EdD, RN, Paramedic, who has been involved in emergency medicine since 1968. Her wide range of experience includes emergency nursing, flight nursing, street paramedicine, and she is a well-known and respected EMS educator. Her Doctorate degree from Florida State University is in higher education, and her Master’s is in educational leadership. During her career, Dr. Bowers has assisted thousands of paramedic and EMT students to successfully complete certification exams for National and state of Florida certification exams. She owns Dr. Marjorie Bowers, Consulting, LLC, where she may be contacted for upcoming classes.
If you have a teaching or ECG question you would like to ask one of our experts, please email it to Dawn at Dawn.ECGGuru@gmail.com.