YOUR TRAINING TEAM
Chris is responsible for the overall strategic management of the business and supports the operational work of the senior management team however wherever the demands of his role allow he still likes to be involved in the direct delivery of training programmes. His responsibilities as managing director include policy development, finance, contract management and IT.
Chris Kurt-GabelMANAGING DIRECTOR
Natalie HusselbeeSenior Resuscitation Officer – Regional Lead
Vicky Di PlacitoResuscitation Officer
Caroline is a Consultant and Clinical Lead in Emergency Medicine in a Department in the East of England, She has recognised sub-specialty training in Paediatric Emergency Medicine which is her main area of interest.
Dr Caroline HowardMB BS BSc(Hons) MRCP(UK) FCEM - Medical Director
Quentin Barter has been a practicing registered general nurse since 1990. He has over 20 years’ experience in critical care in the public and independent sectors and has had an interest in resuscitation during this time culminating in taking on the resuscitation officer role in 2009.
Quentin BarterSenior Resuscitation Officer / Team Leader
Elaine is a Registered General Nurse, with a Degree in Nursing (1998), Critical Care Nursing course (ENB100), Masters In Adult Learning (2003) Advanced Life Support Instructor, European Paediatric Advanced Life Support Instructor, Generic Instructor Course Instructor.
Elaine GunsonSenior Resuscitation Officer / Team Leader
Matt DenneySenior Resuscitation Officer – Regional Lead
Dan PurnellHead of Operations
Purdy’s career started in Theatres back in 1996 when she started training as an Operating Department Practitioner. Being a member of the cardiac arrest team, she attended an ALS provider course which is where her interest in resuscitation started.
Purdy ParslowResuscitation Officer
Ita qualified as a State Registered Nurse in 1981 and combined working as a staff nurse on night duty and raising three children for a number of years before moving into ICU in a large London teaching hospital and trauma centre.