NOAH CARPENTER, MD
Dr. Noah Carpenter is a Thoracic and Peripheral Vascular Surgeon. He completed his Bachelor of Science in chemistry and medical school and training at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Carpenter completed a surgical residency and fellowship at the University of Edmonton and Affiliated Hospitals in Edmonton, Alberta, and an additional Adult Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery fellowship at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He has specialized in microsurgical techniques, vascular endoscopy, and laser and laparoscopic surgery in Brandon, Manitoba; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Colorado, Texas, and California. Dr. Carpenter has an Honorary Doctorate of Law from the University of Calgary, was appointed a Citizen Ambassador to China, and has served as a member of the Native Physicians Association of Canada, the Canadian College of Health Service Executives, the Science Institute of the Northwest Territories, the Canada Science Council, and the International Society of Endovascular Surgeons, among others. He has been an inspiration to youth, motivating them to understand the importance of achieving higher education.
DANA BARTLETT, RN, BSN, MSN, MA, CSPI
Dana Bartlett is a professional nurse and author. His clinical experience includes 16 years of ICU and ER experience and over 30 years as a poison control center information specialist. Dana has published numerous CE and journal articles, written NCLEX material, written textbook chapters, and done editing and reviewing for publishers such as Elsevier, Lippincott, and Thieme. He has written widely about toxicology and was a contributing editor in the toxicology section of the Critical Care Nurse journal. He is currently employed at the Connecticut Poison Control Center.