Edwin MoralezUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst PhD
Edwin Moralez is currently working with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health as a Public Health Nurse Advisor with the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) on their Quality Rating and Improvement Scale program. Serves on several state and local committees representing EEC concerning pediatrics health and safety programs. Has been involved in the medical field since 1985 as an Emergency Medical Technician before graduated from nursing school in 1995 and has worked in various nursing positions such as medical/surgical, emergency room, intensive care unit, visiting nurse, and skilled nursing facilities; including being a supervisor, liaison, and director. Major Edwin M. Moralez has over 37 years of U.S. Air Force Reserve experience, He was commission in the Air Force in 1996. He recently spent four years of Active Duty as a Chief Flight Nurse in Aeromedical Evacuation Operations.. Serve as Aeromedical Evacuation subject matter expert by providing Aeromedical Evacuation expertise and guidance to Headquarter United States Air Force, Major Commands, and Numbered Air Force. Lead Headquarter Air Mobility Command Aeromedical Evacuation Exercise planner, responsible for policies, procedures, concept of operations, and training of 3,800 Aeromedical Evacuation airmen.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Nurse Leader – Disaster Preparedness-Pediatrics
Dissertation: Disaster Preparedness-Pediatrics