Local and National Faculty Leadership Positions

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Local and National Faculty Leadership Positions

The Faculty members within the Department of Emergency Medicine continue to be very active both within the Health System and national organizations.  The following is a partial list of faculty activities:


ABEM (American Board of Emergency Medicine)

President and Past-President

Board examiners

Editor LLSA examination

2011 EM Model Review - Task Force (Chair)

 

ACEP (American  College  of Emergency Physicians)

Board of Directors

Member Clinical Policies Committee

Member EMS Committee

Member/Chair Trauma Care and Injury Control Committee

Liaison to American Trauma Society


AACT (American Academy of Clinical Toxicology)

Board Member

Chair of Ethics Committee


American Heart Association

First Aid Subcommittee

 

ACCME (Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education)

Chair of Board of Directors

 

AAAM (Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine)

Board Member

Scientific Program Committee member

 

FERNE (Foundation for Education and Research in Neurologic Emergencies)

Board of Directors

 

NAEMSP (National Association of EMS Physicians)

President/Past-President

 

SAEM (Society for Academic Emergency Medicine)

President/Past-President (3 UVA faculty)

Ultrasound Interest Group Chair


Society of Chest Pain Centers

Board of Trustees

National Congress Chair 2010

 

University of Virginia Health System

President-elect, University of Virginia Clinical Staff

Chair Credentials Committee

Chair Resuscitation Committee

Co-director Simulation Center

Chair, Faculty Recruitment, Retention and Welfare Committee of Faculty Senate

Member Faculty Senate Executive Council

 

Reviewers/Editors for the following journals

 Academic Emergency Medicine

American Journal of Emergency Medicine

Annals of Emergency Medicine

JAMA

Journal of American College of Cardiology

Journal of Medical Toxicology

NEJM

Pediatrics

Traffic Injury Prevention