Guest Lectures

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Upcoming Lectures:

May, 2013 Lecture: World Congress on Mountain Emergency Medicine, Blozano Italy

‘Knowledge Translation for Accidental Hypothermia’
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Paul Leslie, Director, Professional Practice and Patient Care, BCEHS(British Columbia Emergency Health Services)
‘Dr. Doug Brown presented his topic Accidental Hypothermia at our annual BCEHS Physicians Forum 2013. His talk was relevant both to our physicians own clinical practice while providing great “pearls “ for them to share with the paramedics in their home communities. . His presentation runs from the fundamentals of management to the cutting edge therapies that are saving lives today. He is a very knowledgeable and engaging speaker and he was a significant contributor to our physicians form being rated as the “best ever” by many of the participants.’

Jim Christenson MD FRCPC, Professor and Head, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine
‘Doug, Thank you for contributing to the academic program in the UBC Department of Emergency Medicine. Your presentation on Accidental Hypothermia was extremely well received and was rated highly by the audience. Our goal is to expose students, residents and faculty to excellent speakers who have been engaged in research or knowledge synthesis and publications on the topic. You certainly met our goals. We were privileged to have you present.’

Tim Sveinbjornson CD, MD, FRCPC, Lieutenant-Colonel, Assistant Medical Director, Canadian Forces Trauma Training Center (West)
‘Your lecture on Accidental Hypothermia was very informative and relevant to our Canadian Armed Forces clinicians. The audience, which consisted of four different medical professions, appreciated your ability to present to each of their levels of background and experience. It was also noted that the case studies and data you presented were engaging and thought provoking and left the participants with many tools to help them in their own practice; whether it be pre-hospital or in hospital.’

Notable Past Lectures:

February, 2014 Lecture: Canadian Critical Care Conference, Whistler BC
‘Accidental Hypothermia’

February, 2014 Lecture: Canadian Forces Advanced Military Trauma Resuscitation Program
‘Accidental Hypothermia’

October, 2013 Keynote Speaker: BCEHS Physician’s EMS Forum 2013
‘Accidental Hypothermia in the Presence of Trauma’

October, 2013 Lecture: University of British Columbia Department of Emergency Medicine, Provincial Grand Rounds
‘Accidental Hypothermia’

June, 2013 Lecture: Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Conference
‘Accidental Hypothermia’

October, 2012 General Assembly Presentation: International Council of Alpine Rescue(IKAR), Poland
‘Accidental Hypothermia: Management and Transport’

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