Bethany graduated from Clarkson College in Omaha NE with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2005. She entered directly into Critical Care focusing on cardiac and neurology, advancing to the Lead Nurse position and the Medical Emergency Team where she solidified her love for assessing, and assisting in emergency situations throughout the hospital.
Bethany moved into the Critical Care Educator role in 2010 and returned to school to complete her Master of Science in Nursing in 2013. She enjoyed the challenges of participating with many committees and projects including Code Blue and curriculum for Nurse Residency. She also traveled as a consultant for Zoll training and helping to implement Therapeutic Hypothermia post cardiac arrest across the United States. She has been adjunct faculty at College of Saint Mary for multiple semesters teaching Critical Care Clinical. Throughout her nursing and teaching career she has sought out opportunities to advance the nursing community in Omaha, NE and was honored to help re-start the Greater Omaha Chapter of Critical Care Nurses (GOAACN) in 2010, becoming acting president 2014-2017. Bethany has worked and taught mostly Critical Care, but also started her pre-nursing career as a health aid/ CNA in home care, emergency medicine, obstetrics, and medical/surgical units in 1999 giving her a broad knowledge of healthcare from over 20 years of experience across multiple healthcare settings. She is certified currently as a Critical Care RN (CCRN). Bethany started New View Training in 2015 as a way to share her enthusiasm of education, emergency medicine, and safety with others.
Becky graduated from Creighton University in 2004 with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She started her career as an Army Nurse Corps Officer in the U.S. Army. She spent 4 years Active Duty and then moved back to Omaha, NE and was Active Army Reserves for 2 more years. Becky was deployed in 2005 and spent 1 year in Baghdad, Iraq with the 10th Combat Support Hospital. She was a Combat RN and worked primarily in Critical Care.
Becky fell in love with Critical Care and after working in a Trauma and Transplant Critical Care Unit worked toward her degree to teach nursing. Becky earned her Master of Science in Nursing from Nebraska Methodist College (NMC) in 2013. She has been faculty at NMC since 2010 teaching Critical Care and CPR training including Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). Throughout her teaching career she has taught mostly Critical Care, but also Cardiac and Hemodynamic monitoring utilizing a non-invasive monitor. She is certified as a Critical Care RN (CCRN-K). She has been working as an ACLS, BLS and Basic CPR instructor for New View Training since 2017.
Diane joined New View Training in May of 2019. She comes to New View Training with 32 years of experience in EMS & Trauma. She has 10 years of experience teaching CPR AED & FIrst Aid. In her years in EMS her roles range from First Responder, EMT B, Phlebotomist, Health Unit Coordinator and working as a camp medic for severe to profound disabled adult and children, working in ER/Trauma and working her way into Trauma Registry which is the base for all Trauma Centers which work closely with the National Trauma Data Base and American College of Surgeons guidelines.
She has a passion to help others and volunteer giving to those in need.
Janice joined New View Training in 2019. Janice served 6 years active duty as a Medic & Hospital Corpsmen in the US NAVY serving during Desert Storm. Janice attended Pepperdine University and has over 32 years of experience working with large nonprofit groups. Janice works to spread Autism awareness and works with children with special needs at a local school.