The UW EM Residency Program prepares leaders to thrive anywhere.
Drs. Nick Johnson and Amy Walker were recently featured on the podcast, “Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine,” hosted by Dr. John Greenwood
David Townes is the course director of the eighth annual Health in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies,
September 9-13, 2019, in Seattle.
Health in Humanitarian Emergencies: Principles and Practice for Public Health and Healthcare Practitioners (2018), edited by David Townes and others, was awarded, in the “highly commended” category, the 2019 British Medical Book Awards, public health programs.
Fiona Gallahue & CORD colleagues authored an article, “We Need Our Village: CORD’s Response to the ACGME’s Common Program Requirements," which was recently featured on the Physician News Network Blog of the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine.
Liz Harmon, EM4, along with Jake Lebin, David Murphy, & Bjorn Watsjold, co-authored the BMJ Case Reports article,
“Fatality from Potassium Gold Cyanide Poisoning.”
David Townes was invited to write the first chapter of the recently published book, “Extreme and Rare Sports: Performance Demands, Drivers, Functional Foods, and Nutrition”
Ross Kessler is co-author for a manuscript that was recently published in Air Medical Journal:
Defining a Theory-Driven Ultrasound Curriculum for Prehospital Providers
Jeremy Hess has a new publication this month!
Kennedy Hall has two new publications