On September 16, 2017, the Division of Emergency Medicine officially became the Department of Emergency Medicine.
Emergency Medicine welcomes five new Emergency Medicine fellows.
Fiona Gallahue is co-author of a paper published in Academic Emergency Medicine titled, “Emergency Medicine Morbidity and Mortality Conference and Culture of Safety: The Resident Perspective”.
Dr. Herbie Duber has published a paper in Heart titled “Public knowledge of cardiovascular disease and response to acute cardiac events in three cities in China and India.”
Dr. Annie Chipman is the new Assistant Program Director for Emergency Medicine's Residency program
Karl Jablonowski published two chapters in the book SH2 Domains, published by Humana Press.
Dr. Sachita Shah's article "Focused cardiopulmonary ultrasound for assessment of dyspnea in a resource-limited setting" was selected by the Global Emergency Medicine Literature Review as one of the top articles in Global Emergency Medicine in 2016.
Jodie Totten, EM's Global Emergency Medicine and Rural Health fellow's abstract will be presented at the World Congress of Ultrasound in Medical Education conference.
Dr. Doug Franzen will be working with Katherine Hiller from University of Arizona on a grant funded by CORD
Nick Johnson, along with colleagues from Pulmonary & Critical Care Basak Coruh, Rosemary Adamson, Trevor Steinbach, David Carlbom, and Trish Kritek, received the 2017 American Thoracic Society Innovations in Fellowship Education Award for their curriculum focused on leadership during crises for the critical care fellows.
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