CathLab.com recognizes that today’s cardiac and vascular professionals are working in a field that is continually evolving in terms of diagnostic, interventional, and therapeutic procedures and patient care. New products and technologies are introduced and adopted every day. As a result, there is a need for a site dedicated solely to the non-physician professional, which provides access to a variety of resources and in-depth coverage on current topics.
Our site is designed for cardiac and vascular nurses, technologists, educators, managers, and directors, sharing the latest product insights, news, and education on one website. Our vision is to be your portal for the profession.
Meet the Team
Pete deTreville, Director, Business Development
Pete has worked in medical publishing and education with a focus on intervention for more than 15 years. His journal work includes Cath Lab Digest, The Journal of Invasive Cardiology, EP Lab Digest, Medicare Patient Management, and Cardiovascular Business. In addition, Pete has launched and managed publications in wound care, arthritis, dermatology, and podiatry, as well as developed on-line CME and CEU activities.
Chris Nelson, Director, Education
Chris has over three decades of experience in cardiovascular nursing, technology, clinical education, management, and leadership. Chris is a published author and has been coordinating and conducting cardiovascular educational programs since 1993. He is active on the international lecture circuit, and a member of a number of key professional organizations including the Society of Invasive Cardiovascular Professionals (SICP) and Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI).
Melanie Wolfrom, Manager, Classified Sales & Recruitment
Melanie has worked in medical publishing, recruitment advertising, and medical meeting planning for more than 12 years. Her recruitment advertising work includes the print and online versions of Cath Lab Digest, The Journal of Invasive Cardiology, EP Lab Digest, Podiatry Today and Ostomy/Wound Management. In addition, Melanie was responsible for managing the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, as well as CME and CEU activities in cardiology, wound care, dermatology, and podiatry.
Terri Trimble, Customer Service Manager
Terri has served as a customer service and technical support professional for more than 20 years. As a customer service manager, she provided troubleshooting and conflict resolution to department managers in myriad business settings. As a technical support professional, Terri focused on product installation and problem resolution for Windows, UNIX, and Linux operating systems at Yosemite Technologies and Follett Software Company. In this capacity, she supervised analysts; performed call-monitoring observations; handled escalations; drafted and maintained a departmental procedure manual; and planned, scheduled and conducted trainings.
Trish Shea, Editor
Trish is a published writer, editor, graphic designer and communications professional with more than 25 years’ experience preparing print and digital communications content and materials for nonprofit, healthcare/medical and educational institutions. Some of her clients have included Cardiology Today, Presbyterian Health System, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, the Brind-Marcus Center of Integrative Medicine, Philadelphia University, University of Penn, Wharton, Penn State University, Temple University, St. Joseph’s University, University of Scranton, Diocese of Camden, United Way of Bucks County and myriad secondary educational institutions. Her portfolio includes writing and editing institutional magazines and newsletters; editing three healthcare magazines; and translating content from research abstracts into informational articles for physicians and researchers.