July 21, 2018 Meeting

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 21, 2018.  We look forward to having you join us!


The hotel is wheelchair accessible. Ample parking is available.

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Morning speaker:
Stephanie Raco-Brown

Stephanie is a registered nurse with over 30 years experience. Her clinical experiences include: ICU, ED/Urgent Care and School Nursing. Most recently Stephanie was a nursing instructor at a small community college in Arizona. She is an avid reader with a passion for crime fiction. 
Motto: “I am a life long learner.”

– Brief history of nursing
– What triage is and What it is not
– How to set priorities for patient care
– Airway, Breathing & Circulation
– Staying ahead of a killer
– Poisonous Trees


Afternoon Speaker:

Dr Rhema Sayers

Rhema is a small town doctor. She completed her family practice residency in Pennsylvania, then went on to work ten years in office practice on the border in Douglas, Arizona. Boredom led her to take a job in an ER where she spent the rest of her career. Like most ER docs, Rhema claims she’s an adrenaline junkie with a short attention span. After 3 years in California, she came back to Arizona and worked night shift in several ERs in Tucson: Kino, El Dorado, Tucson Heart, and Tucson General. She has accumulated a mountain of stories and anecdotes from the ER, both hilarious and tragic.