Department of Emergency Medicine Designated as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Emergency and Trauma Care
UCSF High Risk Hawaii Emergency Medicine Conference, April 8-12, 2018
caring for patients, training physicians, and advancing emergency research
caring for patients, training physicians, and advancing emergency research

Dr. Jeanne Noble for UCSF (pictured at left), Dr. Dan Repplinger for SFGH, and Dr. Dina Wallin for PEM are the 2nd Quarter Bedside Teaching Award winners for 2017-18. Our EM residents honor faculty members for their teaching abilities each quarter (PEM is semi-annual) by recognizing the ED Attending at each site who stands out for their bedside teaching skills and ability to provide constructive feedback to the EM residents.

It is the first such designation in the US, and one of only two in the world specifically dedicated to building emergency care systems. The designation provides a formalized relationship between the UCSF Department of Emergency Medicine and the WHO by allowing more streamlined engagement, improving funding opportunities and developing a more formal framework for joint activities.

Dr. Aaron Kornblith, Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, received the 2017 ACEP National Emergency Medicine Junior Faculty Teaching Award at the annual ACEP Scientific Assembly in Washington, D.C., on October 28, 2017.

Dr. John Brown, Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, received the 2017 Charlotte Baer Memorial Award from the UCSF Volunteer Clinical Faculty Advisory Board in recognition of his distinguished service.

Dr. Rosny Daniel, 4th year resident and chief resident of the UCSF-ZSFG Emergency Medicine Residency Program, was one of three recipients of the Chancellor Award for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership presented on October 5, 2017.

 

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Continuing Medical Education

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