Malcolm Rosenberg, RN
Malcolm Rosenberg, RN began his career as a nurse and nurse educator after receiving his Associates Degree from Broward Community College in 1989. He has worked in many medical and surgical areas including orthopedic, telemetry, oncology, as well as the ICU, recovery and emergency rooms.
Prior to becoming a nurse, Malcolm was trained as a mechanical engineer and worked for 10 years in aircraft design and manufacturing. In that setting he began to appreciate the value of using simple diagrams and cartoons to learn and communicate complex dynamic processes.
That learning was put to use when Malcolm was asked to teach continuing education courses for hospital nurses. He decided to create these courses primarily through the use of simple sketches and a light-hearted approach to learning.
Since he wanted his students to understand the content without being overly concerned with note taking, he put together handouts for the students of exactly what was on the overhead projector. Those packages then became these books.
Malcolm Rosenberg lives in Florida with Sandy, his adoring wife, Sandy’s mom, Flo, their son, Alex, two dogs and three cats. His older son Craig lives in Georgia with his wife Tara.
Steven Cohn, MD
Steven Cohn, MD earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Bio-Mechanical Engineering from Boston University, and his Masters, also in Bio-Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University.
After attending Medical School at the State University of New York, he completed a Cardiology Fellowship at the University of California, and is now licensed to practice in New York, California and Florida, where he now resides.
Steven provided editorial review for the medical accuracy of the material presented in several of these publications.
Most of the original drawings and cartoons in these books were created by Scott Brown. Scott is currently living in Florida studying architecture and may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.