Michael Miller, EdD, RN, NRP
Program Director & Associate Professor- EMS Education
Mike is an associate professor and director of Creighton University's Emergency Medical Services Education Program. He has over thirty-five years’ experience in EMS, joining the Creighton University EMS Program in 2002. He has practiced as a paramedic and registered nurse, worked as a field paramedic, paramedic shift supervisor, quality improvement coordinator, EMS system program director, emergency department RN, and trauma program coordinator. Educational accomplishments include Doctor of Education in Interdisciplinary Leadership, Bachelor of Science in EMS, and a Master of Science Degree in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, all from Creighton University.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
During the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccinating the population against the coronavirus has become a primary focus of public health practice. Institutions of higher learning, especially those with an emphasis on health professions education, are uniquely positioned to partner with government and healthcare leaders to work toward a common goal: to vaccinate efficiently and safely as many individuals as possible. In Spring 2021, Creighton University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution partnered with both county and state public health entities to plan for and operationalize a mass vaccination clinic at an…