» $1 Million Endowment Announced by UA College of Medicine-Phoenix. PHOENIX -- The University of Arizona College of Medicine–Phoenix named Dan Spaite, MD, as the recipient of the $1 million Emergency Medicine endowed chair funded by the College’s Department of Emergency Medicine and the Virginia G. Piper Trust.
» UA Department of Emergency Medicine and Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center Graduates. Congratulations to Lisa Stoneking, MD, for graduating from the Arizona Clinician Scientist Program and Lawrence DeLuca, EdD, MD, for graduating from the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship!
» AEMRC members Joshua Gaither, MD, Assistant Professor, Clinical Emergency Medicine, and Kathy Hiller, MD, FACEP, Assistant Professor, Clinical Emergency Medicine and Director of Undergraduate Medical Education, will be guests on "Fox 11 Forum," a thirty-minute discussion program airing Sunday, November 1 at 7:30 a.m., on KMSB-TV Fox 11. Drs. Gaither and Hiller will be interviewed by host Bob Lee about the H1N1 flu and the CitizenReadyTM Pandemic Influenza Program, a 90-minute program designed to empower people to develop a "citizen responder" state of mind and to think clearly about reacting appropriately in a true pandemic situation.
» The College of Medicine Program in Medical Humanities recognized the talents of Candace Johnson and Kevin Reilly, MD for their literary and visual talents. Kevin Reilly, MD, Department of Emergency Medicine faculty member, won the 2009 Kenneth J. Ryan Visual Arts Prize for photograph “Tiny Dancer,” which is featured on the back of the 2009 Harmony magazine. Candace Johnson’s “The Locket” poem will be featured in Harmony and was invited to read the poem at the Harmony Launch party. Congratulations on their many talents.
The College of Medicine Program in Medical Humanities is an "exploration of the Human Expression, in illness and health, through all available venues and mediums." Harmony is an annual publication of literary and visual arts that includes faculty, students, staff and patients media creation from the Arizona Health Sciences Center. To learn about the College of Medicine Program in Medical Humanities, please visit http://humanities.medicine.arizona.edu/
»John C. Sakles, MD, member of the Department of Emergency Medicine faculty, recently performed the first telemedicine telemedicine-assisted video laryngoscopic intubation using GlideScope video laryngoscope to assist Northern Cochise Community Hospital, a small, rural healthcare facility in Southern Arizona. You can visit the SYS-COM Media link to view the full article.
http://www.sys-con.com/node/1123491 Published on September 28th, 2009
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»AHLS Training Prepares Emergency Medical Pros To Treat People Exposed to Hazardous Materials (Released Feb. 9, 2007)