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Cynthia K. Aaron, MD, FACEP

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Cynthia K. Aaron, MD, FACEP

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  1. “Dr. Cynthia Aaron is an outstanding educator and physician. She is truly a dedicated and motivated teacher, always guiding and advocating for students. She has demonstrated commitment to the advancement of medical toxicology, emergency medical and pediatric emergency medical education through innovative, outstanding instruction. She develops long-standing mentoring relationships with her students and serves as their life-long teacher. I can think of no one more deserving of the National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Award.” Cynthia K. Aaron, MD, FACEP

  2. “Dr. Bono has been intimately involved with teaching emergency medicine residents, off-service resident and medical students for the past 21 years. Because of Dr. Bono's teaching skills, he is frequently asked to serve as a speaker at state and national conferences. Dr. Bono has also served as a guest speaker at the premier Family Medicine CME conference in Virginia, attended by in excess of 400 physicians each year. I think the fact that he has been asked to return eleven years in a row makes it clear that his lectures are of the highest caliber and extremely well received.” Michael J. Bono, MD, FACEP

  3. Sudip Bose, MD, FACEP “His most impressive contributions occurred at the commencement of the war in Iraq, when over 80% of the emergency medicine core-faculty from his department was deployed as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. It was only through the extreme commitment of those few staff that did not deploy that the program survived. It was during this period of turbulence that Dr. Bose resuscitated our moribund morning report curriculum and independently developed an evidenced based curriculum for emergency medicine which is attracting notice throughout academic emergency medicine in the armed services.”

  4. Joshua S. Broder, MD, FACEP “Dr. Broder has been described by residents at the University of North Carolina as "a phenomenal faculty member - his emphasis is clearly on teaching - at the bedside, in conference and journal club...We need more attendings like Josh...Absolutely one of the most committed faculty members we have and a huge asset to the department - the best teacher we have...Great to work with...extremely dedicated to the residents and the program...Thank you Dr. Broder for caring enough to teach..”

  5. Brian D. Euerle, MD, FACEP “Single-handedly, he has created an outstanding ultrasound training program from scratch. Dr. Euerle's teaching skills extend to the bedside as well. No matter how busy a shift is, he always seems to find the time to teach while simultaneously "running" the ED. His passion and skill at teaching have led to him receiving two teaching awards from our Program since 2004, including the Teacher of the Year Award for our Residency in 2006.“

  6. Romolo J. Gaspari, MD, FACEP “Dr. Gaspari devotes hundreds of hours each year to emergency ultrasound education and is responsible for an educational program covering almost 100 residents and attendings. He oversees a program that covers separate sites seeing a combined total of 170,000 ED visits per year. He is consistently rated as an excellent lecturer by our ED residents and CME attendees. He has excelled in education and research.”

  7. Chris Ghaemmaghami, MD, FACEP “In addition to his outstanding didactic teaching skills and curriculum development, he teaches by example. Dr. Ghaemmaghami has always demonstrated the highest standard of patient care in his practice of emergency medicine. He exceeds national benchmarks for RVUs. He has served as a lead developer of a system of care to link attending and resident physicians with nurses as teams to provide more efficient care through better communication. This program was institutionally recognized for outcomes showing decreased patient wait times and increased patient satisfaction scores.”

  8. Terry Kowalenko, MD, FACEP “It is clear that Dr. Terry Kowalenko had an outstanding career in medical education, contributing on multiple levels. He has developed an innovative and effective residency program at the University of Michigan, has been an active and contributing member of CORD and has been a prolific contributor to educational efforts for both MCEP as well as ACEP. He has clearly demonstrated excellence in medical education and has demonstrated important national leadership in this area.“

  9. Christopher L. Moore, MD, FACEP “Nationally, Dr. Moore is well known for his teaching in the field of ultrasound. He is the chair of the SAEM ultrasound interest group and has participated in educational projects and cases that are archives on both the SAEM and ACEP websites. He is routinely asked to speak at national meetings, as well as academic and community emergency departments. His enthusiasm, skills and boundless energy in teaching his fellow emergency physicians, residents and students is unparalleled. He has and will continue to make substantial contributions to advance the practice of emergency medicine.”

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