Before moving to Australia in 2000, Cyle worked for Oceaneering Space Systems (a NASA contractor) designing and building cryogenic (liquid air) based life support systems for astronaut training, firefighters, haz-mat workers. He also worked on the design of a liquid oxygen based life support system for the Mars mission space suit, and various robotic projects.
Cyle was a Paramedic Team Leader for the League City EMS near Houston Texas, and has been a practicing Paramedic with the SA Ambulance Service since moving to Australia.
Cyle is now Director of the Simulation Unit in the Flinders University School of Medicine. He manages the simulation facility and associated teaching for medical students, interns, residents and other health professionals.
Daily operations and continuous improvement of simulation facilities.
Topic coordinator "Professional Induction to Clinical Practice" 4th year MD
Topic coordinator "Basic Life Support" 1st year MD
Topic coordinator "Simulation in Clinical Education" HLED9111
ARC ALS1/2 Instructor trainer
Part-time metro Paramedic with SA Ambulance (one shift per fortnight)
AusSETT and NHET-Sim curriculum development & faculty
ARC ALS Instructor
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