Elizabeth (Beth) Lyman MSN, RN, CNSC, FASPEN, FAAN
Currently a Nutrition Support Consultant as a professional nurse with multiple qualifications in the area of enteral access device, enteral feeding tolerance, in addition to pediatric and parenteral nutrition expertise. Most of Beth’s career was at Childrens’ Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO as their Nutrition Support Team Sr. Program Coordinator. Beth has numerous publications, awards and recognitions along with participating in much research and many presentations, with a focus on safe enteral formula delivery. Beth is active in the Patient Safety Movement, The American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) and started the Global Enteral Device Supplier’s Association (GEDSA) CAB and therefore very familiar with ENFit.
Carol McGinnis, DNP, APRN-CNS, CNSC, FASPEN
Most of Carol’s career and current position is as a Clinical Nurse Specialist; Focus – Metabolic and Nutrition Support Member at Sanford USD (University of South Dakota) Medical Center Nutrition Support Team. Carol has received multiple scholarships, grants and awards. This includes Nurse of the Year, ASPEN Distinguished Nutrition Support Nursing award among many others. Her current professional affiliations are with ASPEN, NACNS (National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists), & NBNSC (National Board of Nutrition Support Certification – ASPEN). Carol provided numerous presentations regarding Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition in addition to other professional topics for health care providers and students as well as surgical residents.
Jan Powers, PhD, RN, CCRN, CCNS, NE-BC, FCCM, FAAN
Jan is currently the Director of Nursing Research and Professional Practice at Parkview Regional Health System in Fort Wayne, Indiana since 2016 and continues to run her own consulting business for a healthy culture, nursing empowerment, clinical research and evidence based practice, and education on various clinical topics. Jan has spent much of her career in ICU practice, research and education. She does have a graduate certificate in Innovation and Implementation Science. Jan serves on the ASPEN Enteral Nutrition Committee and is a manuscript reviewer for multiple nursing associations. Jan is a recipient of multiple awards and honors in ICU nursing, research and other nursing related research. Also, an author of many chapters on nursing and a book titled; Clinical Nurse Specialist Certification Exam Review.
Linda Lord, RN ACNP-BC, CNSC
Presently Linda serves as the Nurse Practitioner, Adult Nutrition Support Services, Clinical Associate and serves on multiple committees at the University of Rochester School of Nursing since 1991. Linda has been an industry consultant for multiple pharma and enteral nutrition companies, including Abbott Nutrition and Corpak MedSystems. She is and has been a reviewer for multiple pier reviewed journals; including nutrition support and critical care journals, in addition to being the editor of AACN (American Association of Critical Care Nursing) Clinical Issues Advanced Practice in Acute and Critical Care – Nutrition and Section Editor of ASPEN Adult Nutrition Support Core Curriculum 3rd Ed, including Enteral Medication Administration Consensus Conference. Linda is a member of multiple nursing associations, ASPEN and the upstate NY ASPEN Chapter. She has multiple publications, presentations, has provided guest lectures/presentations, webinars, and research including clinical nutrition topics. Due to Linda’s impressive accomplishments, like our other CAB nurses, she has received multiple awards, including Distinguished Nutrition Support Nurse Service Award by ASPEN.
Matthew Bechtold MD, FACG, FASGE, AGAF, FASPEN
Matthew is a gastroenterologist who specializes in general gastroenterology and nutrition. He has been part of the University of Missouri since 1997 where he completed his medical school, residency, and gastroenterology fellowship. In 2013, he completed a nutrition fellowship with the Nestle Nutrition Institute. By 2018, he was accelerated to the level of Professor of Medicine, being one of the quickest promotions in Mizzou history. He is an accomplished researcher in the fields of outcomes research, nutrition, and bowel preparation before colonoscopy with 127 publications and 5 book chapters. His research, which is referenced in many guidelines, has changed worldwide practice in over 10 areas of gastroenterology and nutrition. He has received the prestigious fellow recognition from every American gastroenterological society and the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. He is very active at the national level, acting as a recurrent speaker at major conferences, moderator for expert panels, and chair of numerous national committees.
Marianne Aloupis, MS, RD, CNSC, LDN
Marianne is the Director of Nutrition Support with over 20 years of experience in nutrition support, with a primary focus on surgical critical care with extensive experience managing complex nutrition support patients, at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. Throughout her career, she has worked on multiple performance improvement projects and written practice guidelines related to EN and PN. Most recently, she led the successful hospital-wide transition to ENFit due to her frequent collaboration with the Nursing Practice Committee and the Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee. She has had the opportunity to work on multiple committees within ASPEN including the Program Planning Committee and the CNSC Exam Committee.