Debbie Stuyvesant, Office Manager • EMAIL
Michelle L. Murray, PhD, RNC-OB • EMAIL
Award-Winning Educator, Author, and Expert
Dr. Murray is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Childbirth. She is best known for her role as an award-winning nursing educator, who presented seminars to thousands of nurses, midwives, and physicians across the United States and Canada for over two decades. Dr. Murray is the primary author of three nursing books, monographs, and peer-reviewed manuscripts. Her research interests include the role of excessive uterine activity (XS UA) on fetal brain perfusion and oxygenation.
Gayle Huelsmann, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM • EMAIL
Ms. Huelsmann is certified in Inpatient Obstetrics and holds a Certificate of Added Qualification in Electronic Fetal Monitoring from the National Certification Corporation in Chicago, Illinois. She has been an antepartal nurse and a labor and delivery staff nurse since 1981. During her 21 years as a maternal air transport nurse, she was awarded the PRIDE nurse distinction from Presbyterian Hospital for her exemplary contribution to patient care. Ms. Huelsmann has published on a variety of topics related to labor and delivery nursing and is the co-author of Labor and Delivery Nursing: A Guide to Evidence- Based Practice, Essentials of Fetal Monitoring (4th ed.), and the monograph on Uterine Hyperstimulation: Physiologic and Pharmacologic Causes with Results from a Survey of 1000 Nurses. Ms. Huelsmann is an experienced Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.