ISAEM’s Physician Advisors are a group of experts from several parts of the world that want to help ISAEM on the further worldwide development of Emergency Medicine through our specific programs.
“I have been working in the field of Emergency Medicine in India since last 12 yrs. I always feel proud to be an Emergency Physician and always inspire young passing out enthusiastic physicians to choose this as their specialty. I have tried to make my end of contribution by doing Research on Emergency Surge Capacity of Hospitals and also doing research publications and innovations. I have the intention to spread to my fellow Emergency Physicians know about the state of this ever advancing and expanding field of Emergency Medicine. I also intend to improve the state of Emergency Services at the rural India where most of the population live and strive. By giving proper training to the newer generation of Emergency Physicians I would like to share my knowledge and skills and pass it on to my fellow Emergency doctors in my country.”
“Megan is currently the Associate Fellowship Director of the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and an Instructor at Harvard Medical School. She currently works clinically at BWH as well as South Shore Hospital. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2009 and her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 2013. She completed her residency training in Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center in 2017, serving as Chief Resident her final year. Additionally, she completed a two-year Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship in the BWH Program in June 2019. To date, her experiences in the field of Global Health have involved clinical work, research, and/or medical education in countries such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominica, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras, India, Pakistan, Uganda, and South Africa. Her primary areas of focus are Emergency Medicine education and program development and emergency care systems development.”