High Risk EM Hawaii
February 17-21, 2019
Alohilani Waikiki Resort
Early Bird Registration by January 16, 2019
Department of Emergency Medicine Designated as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Emergency and Trauma Care
caring for patients, training physicians, and advancing emergency research
caring for patients, training physicians, and advancing emergency research

Dr. Cortlyn Brown, third-year resident of the UCSF-SFGH Emergency Medicine Residency Program, was one of three recipients of the Chancellor Award for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership. Dr. Brown was recognized for her dedication to increasing opportunities for a diverse and inclusive workforce in medicine and her outstanding commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Dr. Ingrid Lim, Volunteer Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, received the 2018 Charlotte Baer Memorial Award from the UCSF Volunteer Clinical Faculty Advisory Board at the Teaching Awards Ceremony on October 30. This award is presented annually to a member of the volunteer clinical faculty of the School of Medicine in recognition of distinguished service.

Dr. Nicolaus (Nick) Glomb, Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, received the 2017-2018 Maxine Papadakis Award for Faculty Professionalism and Respect at UCSF School of Medicine in the Emergency Medicine Department. This honor reflects the deep appreciation felt by third- and fourth-year medical students who nominated Dr. Glomb for this teaching award, which was presented at the UCSF School of Medicine Teaching Awards Ceremony on October 30, 2018.

Dr. Christopher (Toff) Peabody, Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, received the 2017-18 Bridges Curriculum - Foundations 1 and 2 Teaching Award for Outstanding Coach. This award reflects high esteem and deep appreciation felt by medical students for his exemplary efforts as an educator. The award was presented on behalf of the UCSF Medical Student Classes of 2020 and 2021 at the UCSF School of Medicine Teaching Awards Ceremony on October 30, 2018.

Dr. Jacqueline Grupp-Phelan, Professor and Chief of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, was selected to serve on the NIMH Mental Health Services Research Committee (SERV) Study Section for the three year cycle beginning July 1, 2018.

 

Employment Opportunities

For inquiries about academic or faculty positions, please visit the UCSF AP recruitment page. For staff positions, visit UCSF Careers.

Annual Report

Continuing Medical Education

The Emergency Medicine program sponsors several courses each year designed to meet the needs of practicing physicians.