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James Mathieson Taylor

James Mathieson Taylor, American health care researcher and administrator. Achievements include development of Early Defibrillation in Rural America, Rural Express Mail Service; HyperCard Stackware for Emergency Medicine: Multimedia Learning.

Background

  • Taylor, James Mathieson was born on April 19, 1949 in Auburn, New York, United States. Son of Fred Sturtevant and Ellamay (Sterling) Taylor.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, 1971. Master of City Planning, University Pennsylvania, 1973.

    Career

    • Health education specialist Department Community Medicine University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1973-1974. Health & human services planner Philadelphia City Planning Commission, 1974-1977. Director, Emergency Medical Technician, instructor Department Community & Family Medicine Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, New Hampshire, since 1977.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include development of Early Defibrillation in Rural America, Rural Express Mail Service. HyperCard Stackware for Emergency Medicine: Multimedia Learning.

    Works

    • Automated Defibrillation
    • Covering all parameters and uses of defibrillation devices, this manual features: Discussion of automatic and semi-automatic defibrillation.
    • Author: Automated Defibrillation, 1987.

    Membership

    President New England Council for Express Mail Service, Inc., Boston, 1987-1989. Chair, organizer Upper Valley Ambulance Planning Committee, Fairlee, Vermont, 1989. Member American Society for Testing and Materials (chairman F-30 committee on Public Information, Education & Relations for Express Mail Service, since 1988).

    Connections

    • Married Joanna Waldman. Children: Aaron, Jesse Benjamin.
    • father: Fred Sturtevant Taylor
    • mother: Ellamay (Sterling) Taylor
    • spouse: Joanna Waldman
    • children: Aaron Taylor
    • Jesse Benjamin Taylor
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    Born April 19, 1949
    (age 68)
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