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Sept. 21, 2022

Rémy Roe: Knowledge of Self and Learning | AfterSOF Podcast #10

In this AfterSOF episode Rémy Roe, a retired U.S. Army Special Operations Combat Medic who is currently a staff member at the Stanford University School of Medicine's Center for Immersive and Simulation-Based Learning (CISL), joins Patrick and Daniel to discuss his journey through the Army and into academia. He spent 15 years in the army, operating across six continents and serving multiple combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. Rémy began teaching at Medical Simulation Training Centers (MSTCs) after being awarded the purple heart for injuries sustained during Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). Before retiring and moving to Stanford, he served as the Senior Instructor at the largest MSTC in the Department of Defense (DOD). It was during his time there that he worked closely with the Medical Center of Excellence (MEDCOE) to develop and implement POI meant to prepare the next generation of combat medics for prolonged field care. Roe is currently a Ph.D. student studying developmental psychology and has master's degrees in personality psychology and sociology. He currently lives in Menlo Park, CA, and enjoys hiking, traveling, and coaching Olympic Weightlifting in his spare time. We hope you enjoyed this podcast. Hit the subscribe button, like this episode, and share this video with your friends. Want to be a sponsor of the AfterSOF podcast? Email us at aftersof@gmail.com AfterSOF Website: https://aftersof.com/