Critical Care Guys: The Minds Behind Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine

Peter DeBlieux

Dr. DeBlieux completed medical school at Louisiana State Health Science Center, completed internship in Internal Medicine LSUHSC Department of Medicine, residency and chief residency in Emergency Medicine LSUHSC Charity Hospital, completed Pulmonary Critical Care fellowship LSUHSC Section of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at LSUHSC Charity Hospital. Former Program Director of the LSUHSC Charity Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency for ten years and is currently the Director of Resident and Faculty Development. Appointments with both LSUHSC as Clinical Professor of Medicine and Tulane University Medical School as Clinical Professor of Surgery. Attending in Emergency Medicine and the Medical Intensive Care Unit of Interim Louisiana Hospital and Director of the LSUHSC Medical Student Skills Lab. Currently Director of Emergency Medicine Services at the Medical Center of Louisiana at New Orleans, Interim Louisiana Hospital and Medical Director of Patient Safety and Quality for the Interim Louisiana Hospital.

John Greenwood

Dr. Greenwood is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesiology Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his emergency medicine and critical care medicine fellowship training at the University of Maryland. Half of his clinical time is spent working in Penn's Heart & Vascular ICU and the other half developing a new ED-ICU space that is scheduled to open in the summer of 2016. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the EMRA PressorDex, and has a particular interest in the resuscitation of cardiovascular emergencies, mechanical circulatory support, and time-sensitive critical illness.

Robert Rodriguez

Dr. Rodriguez graduated from Harvard Medical School and completed a combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residency at UCLA Medical Center and a Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at Stanford Medical Center. Attending in both the Emergency Department and the Intensive Care Unit, he is a Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine with the University of California San Francisco and the Research Director for the UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital EM Residency.

Michael Winters

Dr. Winters, Associate Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine at the University of Maryland, is a leader in the field of critical care in emergency medicine. He graduated from the Medical College of Virginia and is double boarded in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine. Following completion of his residency, Dr. Winters completed a teaching fellowship with special emphasis on critical care. He is editor-in-chief of Emergency Department Resuscitation of the Critically Ill and is founder and director of the EM/IM/Critical Care Training Program at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He has lectured nationally and internationally and has won education awards from ACEP and AAEM for his critical care teaching.

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