Dr. Jonathan Edlow, BIDMC Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine, and Dr. David Chiu, BIDMC ED Director of Operations, traveled to Daxing, China last week to speak at the district’s second annual emergency medicine forum. Speaking on topics such as cardiac arrest and stroke, Drs. Edlow and Chiu were honored to share ideas of emergency medicine…Details
Division of Disaster Medicine conducts first training course in the Chinese Center for Disaster Medicine, Tianjin, China
In September, the BIDMC Division of Disaster Medicine (BDDM) held its first training course in Disaster Medicine and Emergency Management in the Chinese Center for Disaster Medicine, which opened in 2018 as a collaboration between BDDM and Tianjin University. Dr. Greg Ciottone and Amalia Voskanyan, RN led an instructor team of 5 Disaster Medicine experts…Details
The HMFP Department of Emergency Medicine was proud to host regional emergency medicine leadership from Region Zealand, Denmark this week for a strategic planning session regarding the region’s new EM residency program. We are proud to stand beside our colleagues during this exciting transition.
BIDMC Division of Disaster Medicine opens European Center for Disaster Management in Toulouse, France
The BIDMC Division of Disaster Medicine has opened the European Center for Disaster Management (CERC) in Toulouse, France, in conjunction with The Université Paul Sabatier – Toulouse, The Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Toulouse (CHU), The Service Départemental d’Incendie et de Secours de Haute-Garonne (SDIS), The Préfecture de Haute Garonne, and The Agence Régionale de Santé…Details
Dr. Greg Ciottone was elected President of the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine (WADEM) and was inaugurated in Brisbane, Australia during the WADEM World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine in May 2019. WADEM was originally founded as the Club of Mainz on October 2, 1976 with the goal of improving the worldwide…Details
Tomorrow, we look forward to welcoming 65 participants and faculty from 20 countries to our first annual international Emergency Quality Improvement Professional (EQuIP) Certification Course. EQUIP is a 21-hour (3-day) intensive professional development course for emergency medicine clinicians delivered by the Department of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians / Beth Israel Deaconess Medical…Details