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MICHAEL R. BARD, MD
Associate Professor
General Surgery Clerkship Director
Trauma & Surgical Critical Care

 

Address:
Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
Vidant Medical Center
2100 Stantonsburg Road
Greenville, NC 27835
mbard@vidanthealth.com
252-847-0865

Education:
1987 – 1991
B.A., New York University
Biology

1991 – 1995
M.D., Thomas Jefferson Medical College


Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments:

1995 – 2000
Temple University Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
General Surgery Residency
(Chief Resident: 1999 - 2000)

2000 – 2001
University of Maryland Medical System
R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
Baltimore, Maryland
Trauma/Critical Care Fellowship

Certifications:
American Board of Surgery
Special Certification of Surgical Critical Care: 10/2003 – 7/2014
American Board of Surgery
General Surgery:  12/2002 – 7/2013
Diplomate: National Board of Medical Examiners
ATLS Instructor
ACLS Provider
PALS Provider
Hyperbaric Medicine Certification, October 2007

Medical Licensure:
North Carolina: 2001

Appointments:
Faculty Appointments:
2001 – Present
Assistant Professor
Department of Surgery
East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine

Hospital Appointments:
2001 -  Present
Attending Surgeon
Center of Excellence for Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina

Administrative Appointments (East Carolina University):
2006 – Present 3rd Year Surgical Clerkship Director

2006 – Present Surgery Education Workgroup, member

2006 – Present M3-M4 Curriculum Committee, member

2006 – Present Curriculum Renewal Committee, member

2006 – Present Antimicrobial Utilization Stewardship Subcommittee, member

2005 – Present DVT/VTE Clinical Priority Committee, physician chair

2004 – Present Institutional Review Board (IRB) Committee, member

July 2004 –   M3-M4 Curriculum Committee, interim member
June 2005 

May – Oct 2003 & Surgical Education Committee, member
Jul 2004 – Present

May – Oct 2003 & Interim 3rd Year Surgery Clerkship Director
Jul 2004 – June
2005

2002 – 2005 Medical Ethics Committee, member

2001 – Present Trauma Research Committee, Chair

2001 – Present  Multidisciplinary Peer Review Committee, member

2001 – Present Trauma Faculty/Mortality Peer Review Committee, member
 
2001 – Present Trauma Program Performance Committee, member

2001 – Present  Trauma Clinical Management Guideline Committee, member

2001 – Present  Eastern Regional Advisory Committee, member

2001 – Present Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference Director

Regional/National Appointments:
2004 - Present
EAST Program Committee, member

2004 – Present
Historical Archives Committee, North Carolina Chapter of the Committee on Trauma, Chair

2003 – Present
Practice Management Guideline Committee, Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, member

Awards:
2007
Clinical Science Course Award, Class of 2007
Department fo Surgery (Clerkship Driector)
Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University

1999 – 2000
Administrative Chief Surgical Resident
Temple University Hospital

1994
Hobart Hare Honor Society
Medical Grand Rounds
Thomas Jefferson Medical College

1989 -1990
Dean’s List
New York University

1987 - 1991
New York University Academic Scholarship Award

Memberships in Professional Societies:
American College of Surgeons, Fellow
Association for Academic Surgery
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Society of Critical Care Medicine
Southeastern Surgical Congress
Pitt County Medical Society
Association of Surgical Education

Publications:
1. Fedalen PA, Bard MR, Piacentino V 3rd, Fisher CA, McCarthy JR, Schina MJ Jr, Furukawa S, Garcia JP.  Intraluminal shunt placement and off-pump coronary revascularization for coronary artery stab wound.  Journal of Trauma. 2001 Jan;50(1):133-5.

2. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Spain T, Walker J, Crowder G, Barrett A, Joyner M, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Swanson M, Goettler CE.  Charactacterization of Trauma Patients Lost to Follow-Up.  Journal of Trauma 53(6):1214, 2002.

3. Sagraves SG, Conquest AM, Albrecht RJ, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Powell CS, Rotondo MF.  Popliteal artery trauma in a rural level I trauma center.  American Surgeon.  2003 Jun;69(6):485-9; discussion 490.

4. Toschlog EA, MacElligot J, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Rotondo MF, Swanson MS.  The relationship of Injury Severity Score and Glasgow Coma Score to rehabilitative potential in patients suffering traumatic brain injury.  American Surgeon. 2003 Jun;69(6):491-7; discussion 497-8.

5. Toschlog EA, Blount KP, Rotondo MF, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Swanson M, Goettler CE.  Clinical predictors of subtherapeutic aminoglycoside levels in trauma patients undergoing once-daily dosing.  Journal of Trauma. 2003 Aug;55(2):255-60; discussion 260-2.

6. Rotondo MF, Bard MR.  Damage control surgery for thoracic injuries.  Injury: International Journal of the Care of the Injured.; 35(7): 649-654.  July  2004.

7. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Collins BA, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  Language Barrier Leads to the Unneccesary Intubation of Trauma Patients.  American Surgeon 70(9), 783-6, September 2004.

8. Goettler CE, Bard MR, Toschlog EA.  Laparoscopy in trauma.  Current Surgery 61(6), 554-9, November / December 2004 edition.

9. Smith K, Swinyer M, Bard MR, and Rotondo MF et. Al:  The Effectiveness of a Specialized Trauma Course in the Knowledge Base and Level of Job Satisfaction in Emergency Nurses.  Journal of Trauma Nursing 12(1): 10-15, January – March 2005.

10. Schenarts PJ, Bowen J, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Cromwell S, Rotondo MF.  The Effect of a Rotating Night-Float Coverage Scheme on Preventable and Potentially Preventable Morbidity at a Level I Trauma Center.  The American Journal of Surgery 190 (1), 147-152, July 2005.

11. Reade CC, Jenkins NL, Bard MR, Kuszyk BS, Koutlas TC, Rotondo MF.  Immediate Diagnosis and Non-Operative Treatment of a Pulmonary Artery Pseudoaneurysm after Blunt Traumatic Injury.  Journal of Trauma, 60(4): 894-6, April 2006.

12. Goettler CE, Fugo JR, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  Predicting the Need for Early Tracheostomy: a Multifactorial Analysis of 992 Intubated Trauma Patients.  Journal of Trauma, 60(5):991-6, May 2006.

13. Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Low-Dose Dopamine: a Physiologically based review.  Current Surgery 63(3):219-25, May-June 2006.

14. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves, SG, Schenarts PJ, Newel MA, Fugate M, Rotondo MF. Alcohol Withdrawal Dyndrome: Turning Minor Injuries into Major Problem. Journal of Trauma 61(6):1441-1446, December 2006.

15. Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Rural Trauma Recidivism: a Different Disease. Archives of Surgery 142: 77-81, January 2007.

16. Sagraves SG, Phade S, Spain T, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Cairns B, Peck M, Rotondo MF: A Collaborative Systems Approach to Rural Burn Care. Journal of Burn Care and Research 28(1):111-4, Jan-Feb 2007.

17. Bard MR, Shaikh S, Pestaner J, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Direct Fetal Injury Due to Airbag Deployment and Three-Point Restraint.  Journal of Trauma (accepted for publication, February 2007).

18. Newell MA, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Holbert D, Pories WJ, Rotondo MF. Body mass index and outcomes in critically injured blunt trauma patients: weighing the impact.  Journal of the American College of Surgeons;204(5):1056-61, May 2007.

19. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Allen N, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  Morbidity Reduction in Critically Ill Trauma Patients Through use of a Computerized Insulin Infusion Protocol: A Preliminary Study.  Journal of Trauma;62(6):1370-6, June 2007.

SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION

1. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Fugo J, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Critically Injured Adolescent Patients: Where do they belong?   (Submitted to American Surgeon, 2005).

2. Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR.  Brief Interval Transfer (BIT): the Morbid Consequences of Delay to the Trauma Center in a Rural Patient Demographic.  (Submitted to Journal of Trauma, 2006).

3. Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  Free Peritoneal Fluid (FF) Without Solid Organ Injury on Computerized Tomography (CT) Following Blunt Trauma: Predictors of Therapeutic Laparotomy (TL).  (Submitted to the Journal of Trauma, 2006).

4. Newell MA, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE.  The Elderly Trauma Patient: An Investment for the Future?  (Submitted to the Journal of Trauma, 2006).

5. Rotondo MF, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Robertson MJ.  What Price Committment - What Benefit?  The Cost of a Saved Life in a Developing Level I Trauma Center.  (Submitted for publication to the North Carolina Medical Journal, Sept 30, 2006).

6. Bard MR,  Shaikh S, Pestaner J, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Direct Fetal Injury Due to Airbag Deployment and Three-point Restraint.  Journal of Trauma (in press 2007)

7. Schenarts PJ, Phade SV, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. Field Hypotension: A Marker of Severe Injury or Crying Wolf?  (in press 2008).

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS:

1. Jeevanandam, V, Vanduzer S, Bard M, Furukawa S, McCarthy J, Iacono R:  Radial and Internal Thoracic Arteries:  Conduits of Choice for Coronary Revascularization In Patients Greater Than 70 Years of Age.  Circulation 96(8S) supp:432-I, 1997.

2. Bard M, Ballard R, Buckman RF, Badellino M, Kiehn M, Jaslow D:  Emergency Department Thoracotomy in Abdominal Exsanguination Is Not Futile Even in the Presence of Circulatory Arrest.  Annals of Emergency Medicine 36(4) supp:S3, 2000.

3. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Spain M, Walker J, Crowder G, Barrett A, Joyner M, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Swanson M, Goettler CE.  Characterization of trauma patients lost to follow-up.  Journal of Trauma.  2002 Dec; 53(6):1214.

4. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Blount K, Pender J, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR.  Clinical predictors of sub-therapeutic aminoglycoside levels trauma patients undergoing once-daily dosing.  Journal of Trauma.  2002 Dec; 53(6): 1204.

5. Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE.  Brief Interval Transfer (BIT): the morbid consequence of delay to the trauma center in a rural patient demographic.  Journal of Trauma.  2002 Dec; 53(6): 1209.

6. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Briggs S, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Bedside Surgery: A Cost Effective Approach.  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A175, December 2005.

7. Toschlog EA, Allen N, Briggs S, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Cefepime Continuous Infusion (CTI) versus Conventional Dosing (CVD) for Ventilator Associated Pneumonia (VAP).  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A171, December 2005.

8. Goettler CE, Briggs S, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV) as a Rescue Maneuver for Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in Trauma Patients.  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A115, December 2005.

9. Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Surgical Resident Perceptions of Trauma / Critical Care Surgeons.  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A71, December 2005.

10. Sagraves SG, Fugo J, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Bowen J, Rotondo MF.  Beta Blockade: Is It Safe in Elderly Trauma Patients?  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A41, December 2005.

SUBMITTED ABSTRACTS

1. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Tyson GH, Rotondo MF.  Predictors of Developing a Decubitus Ulcer Among Trauma Patients (Submitted to the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma).

2. Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Rotondo, MF.  Hypotension in the field: significant or crying wolf.  (Submitted to the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma).

3. Rotondo MF, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  What price commitment?  (Submitted to the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma).

4. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  The impact of a computerized glycemic control protocol on outcome in critically ill trauma patients.  (Submitted to the Americal Association for the Surgery of Trauma).

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS:

1. Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  Language Barrier Can Lead to Unnecessary Intubation in Trauma Patients.  American College of Surgeons North Carolina Committee on Trauma 2002 Resident Paper Competition, Wilmington, NC, July 2003.

2. Phade SV, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Effect of Trauma Center Development on Surgical Resident Education.  American College of Surgeons North Carolina Committee on Trauma 2004 Resident Paper Competition, Wilmington, NC, July 2004.

3. Smith PJ, MSII, Willis HL, MSII, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. Shotgun Injury Management and Outcomes. Medical Student Annual Research Day, Brody School of Medicine, Greenville, NC, August 2004.

4. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Fugate M, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.   Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: Turning Minor Injuries into Major Problems.  Presented at EAST 18th Annual Scientific Assembly, January 2005.  (Entrant in the American College of Surgeons North Carolina Committee on Trauma’s 2004 Resident Paper Competition, Wilmington, North Carolina, July 2004.)

5. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Fugo J, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Critically Injured Adolescent Patients: Where do they belong?  Poster presentation at Southeastern Surgical Congress, February 2005.  (Entrant in the American College of Surgeons North Carolina Committee on Trauma’s 2004 Resident Paper Competition, Wilmington, North Carolina, July 2004).

6. Goettler CE, Fugo JR, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  Predicting the need for early tracheostomy: a multifactorial analysis of 992 intubated trauma patients.  Poster presentation at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 64th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, September 2005.

7. Goettler CE, Briggs SE, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV) as a Rescue Manuever for Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in Trauma Patients.  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA, January 2006.

8. Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Surgical Resident Perceptions of Trauma/Critical Care Surgeons. , Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA, January 2006.

9. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Briggs SE, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Bedside Surgery: A Cost Effective Approach.  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA, January 2006.

10. Toschlog EA, Allen N, Briggs SE, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Cefepime Continuous Infusion (CTI) Versus Conventional Dosing (CVD) for Ventilator Associated Pneumonia (VAP).  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA, January 2006.

11. Sagraves SG, Fugo J, Bowen J, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. Beta-Blockers are Safe in Elderly Trauma Patients.  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA, January 2006.

12. Schenarts PJ,  Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Willis H, Rotondo MF.   Contrast Blush Not Degree of Injury or Transfusion Requirement Predict Positive Angiograms After Hepatic Trauma.  Poster presentation at the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 19th Annual Scientific Assembly, Orlando, FL, January 2006.

13. Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  Free Peritoneal Fluid (FF) Without Solid Organ Injury on Computerized Tomography (CT) Following Blunt Trauma: Predictors of Therapeutic Laparotomy (TL).  Presented at the Western Trauma Association 36th Annual Meeting, Big Sky, MT, February 2006.

14. Newell MA, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE.  The Elderly Trauma Patient: An Investment for the Future?  Presented at the Western Trauma Association 36th Annual Meeting, Big Sky, MT, February 2006.

15. Sagraves SG, Phade S, Spain T, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Cairns B, Peck M, Rotondo MF.  A Collaborative Systems Approach to Rural Burn Care.  Presented at the American Burn Association 38th Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, April 2006.

16. Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF.  Field Hypotension: A Marker of Severe Injury or Crying Wolf.  Poster presentation at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma's 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, September 2006.

17. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Tyson GH, Rotondo MF.  Risk Factors for the Development of Decubitus Ulcers in Trauma Patients.  Poster presentation at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma's 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, September 2006.

18. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  The impact of a computerized glycemic control protocol on outcome in critically ill trauma patients.  Presented at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, September 2006.

19. Rotondo MF, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  What price commitment?   Presented at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, September 2006.

20. Sagraves SG, Phade S, Spain T, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Cairns B, Peck M, Rotondo MF.  A Collaborative Systems Approach to Rural Burn Care.  Poster presentation at the Southern Medical Association's 19th Annual Southern Region Burn Conference, Durham, NC, November 2006.

21. Newell MA, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Holbert D, Rotondo MF.  Weighing the Influence of Body Mass Index on Outcomes in Critically Injured Blunt Trauma Patients.  Presentation at the Southern Surgical Association’s 118th Annual Session, Palm Beach, FL, December 2006.

22. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  Swinging Back The Pendulum on Intubation Indications for Trauma Patients.  Poster Presentation at the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 20th Annual Scientific Assembly, Fort Myers, FL, January 2007.

23. Newell MA, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Holbert D, Rotondo MF.  A Coat of Armor?  Analyzing Injury Patterns in the Critically Injured Obese Patient.  Poster Presentation at the Southeastern Surgical Congress’ Annual Scientific Meeting, Savannah, GA, February 2007.

24. Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF.  Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Trauma: Are ADHD Children More Severely Injured? Poster Presentation at the Southeastern Surgical Congress’ Annual Scientific Meeting, Savannah, GA, February 2007.

25. Schenarts PJ, Phade SV, Bard MR, Rotondo MF.  The Surgical Morbidity & Mortality Conference: Can it be Used to Meet the Competency Requirement?  Poster Presentation at the Southeastern Surgical Congress’ Annual Scientific Meeting, Savannah, GA, February 2007.

26. Schenarts PJ, Haisch C, Bard MR. “Dinner and a beating” Thinking out of the box. Association for Surgical Education, Washington DC, April 2007.

27. Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Schenarts KD, Newell MA, Waibel BH. Increasing Resident Responsibility:  the Impact on Trauma Patients.  Presented at Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST),  Amelia Island, FL  January 2008.

LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS BY INVITATION:

October 2000
"Emergency Department Thoracotomy Is Not Futile Even In The Presence of Abdominal
 Exsanguination”
  American College of Emergency Physicians Plenary Session, Annual Meeting
  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

October 2003
“Non-Operative Management of Blunt Aortic Injury.”
  Trauma Conference
  East Carolina University, Department of Surgery
  Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Monthly Meeting
  Greenville, North Carolina

March 2003
 “Burns, Bites and Stings”
  Chairman’s Conference
  East Carolina University
  Greenville, North Carolina

June 2003
“Diagnosis and Treatment of Blunt Aortic Injury”
  Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference
  East Carolina University
  Greenville, North Carolina

August 2003
“Colloid vs Crystalloid: Which is the Better Resuscitation Fluid?”
  Multidisciplinary Critical Care Conference
  East Carolina University
  Greenville, North Carolina

February 2004
“Language Barrier Leads to Unnecessary Intubation of Trauma Patients.”
  Southeastern Surgical Congress Poster Presentation 2004
  Atlanta, Georgia

March 2004
"Surgical Antibiotic Prophylaxis: When and How Much?"
  Surgical Grand Rounds
  East Carolina University, Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina

June 2004
 “Injury due to Burns & Cold”
  Advanced Trauma Life Support
  East Carolina University , Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina

August 2004
“Traumatic Pancreatic and Duodenal Injuries”
 Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference
 East Carolina University, Department of Surgery
 Greenville, North Carolina

November 2004
“Burns and Hypothermia”
  Chairman’s Conference
  East Carolina University, Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina

December 2004
“Trauma in Pregnancy”
 Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference
 East Carolina University, Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina

January 2005
“Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: Turning Minor Injuries into Major Problems.”
  Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST)
  18th Annual Scientific Assembly
  Fort Lauderdale, FL

February 2005
“Critically Injured Adolescent Patients: Where do they belong?”
Southeastern Surgical Congress
Annual Scientific Meeting 2005
New Orleans, LA

March 2005
 “Thoracic Trauma”
  Advanced Trauma Life Support
  East Carolina University , Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina

March 2005
 “X-Ray ID of Thoracic Trauma”
  Advanced Trauma Life Support – Skills Station
  East Carolina University , Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina

November 2005
“Surgical Abdominal Prophylaxis”
  Visiting Professor Grand Rounds
  New Hanover Regional Medical Center
  Wilmington, North Carolina

March 2006
“Blunt Aortic Injury”
Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference
 East Carolina University, Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina

March 2006
“Physician Role in Donation Process”
  Organ Donantion Spread Strategy Meeting
  Pitt County Memorial Hospital
  Greenville, North Carolina

December 2006
“DVT/VTE update”
  Department of Family Medicine Meeting
  East Carolina University
  Greenville, North Carolina

February 2007
“DVT/VTE update”
  Perioperative QI Committee Meeting
  Pitt County Memorial Hospital
  Greenville, North Carolina

OTHER NOTEWORTHY ACTIVITIES/DUTIES

January 2006
  Moderator, Poster Rounds
 Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST)
19th Annual Scientific Assembly
Orlando, Florida.


January 2007
  Moderator, Poster Rounds
 Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST)
20th Annual Scientific Assembly
Fort Myers, Florida.