Clinical Associate ProfessorDepartment of Emergency Medicine Sites of Practice: Harborview Medical CenterUniversity of Washington Medical CenterFaculty Information Biography Dr. Dorn's focus as an educator is on critical thinking and medical decision making, and the importance of the accuracy of the information that informs those decisions. She has special interests in cross-cultural and communication issues in emergency care, as well as understanding of the role of social factors’ impact on health. Current interests include the role Narrative Medicine plays in improving the narrative competency of providers and ameliorating their relationship with the basic humanity of the work. She has worked in the Global Health arena in Bolivia, Guatemala, Haiti and Syria, and founded the Seattle chapter of the Northwest Narrative Medicine Collective in association with colleagues at OHSU. She serves the Emergency Medicine editor for the UW interdepartmental information sharing website OCCAM. She has also a long interest in Quality Assurance and Patient Safety and has played on active role on the QI committees from the inception of her career at UCSF to the present. Education & Training: MDUniversity of Washington School of Medicine1995 Medical/Surgical InternshipVirginia Mason Medical Center1996 Residency, Emergency MedicineAlameda County Medical Center2000 Lyons Fellowship For Retinal ResearchUniversity of Washington Department of Biostructure1995 Diploma of Tropical MedicineLondon School of Tropical Medicine2009 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMailing Address: Harborview Medical CenterBox 359702325 Ninth AvenueSeattle WA 98104-2499 Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: International Health Medical Student and Resident Education Telemedicine & Interdisciplinary Communication Clinical Interests: Narrative Medicine Social Medicine and Health Equity Global Health Quality & Improvement Publications PubMed: PubMed BibliographyPublications: Recent Publications: Drs. Elizabeth Dorn and Herbie Duber are co-authors on a paper titled: Responding to the Homeless Community During the COVID-19 crisis Pandemic: Les-sons from King County, WA which was published in SAEM Pulse Special COVID 19 Issue: https://www.saem.org/publications/newsletter. Dorn EM, Book Review of “Anything, Anything, Anytime, History of Emergency Medicine 2nd Edition by Brian Zink,” Annals of Emerg Med Published 2019. DOI:10.1016/j.annemergmed.2018.12.018 Ro, K, Villareal, J, Dorn EM. Waves, Complexes, Intervals - Vcast podcast on interpreting ECGs for Seattle University School of Nursing and University of Washington School of Pharmacy curriculums; https://vimeo.com/252938114 Jan 2018 Visit Dr. Dorn's ORCID Profile.