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Dr. Jonathan N. Adler, M.D. is an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Emergency Department, core faculty of the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency, and faculty within the Division of Wilderness Medicine.
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Dr. Jonathan N. Adler is an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Emergency Department with a major commitment to all facets of medical education. He graduated from the University Of Colorado College Of Medicine in 1988 after obtaining a Masters of Science in Aerospace Engineering with emphasis in bioengineering from the University Of Colorado College of Engineering Sciences. Dr. Adler completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Christ Hospital and Medical Center in Oak Lawn, IL.
Dr. Adler has contributed to the mission of Harvard Medical School by leading in the creation, establishment and support of HAEMR, and by contributions to medical education.
He served as Course Director for MGH's emergency medicine clerkship from 1994 until 1998 and redesigned the course for medical students to include all aspects of the emergency medicine experience, including student contact with all types of emergency patients. Dr. Adler served as Assistant Program Director for HAEMR from 1994-1998.
Dr. Adler was co-founder of Boston Medical Publishing and of eMedicine.com and served as Editor-in-Chief of eMedicine: Emergency Medicine from 1995 until 2011. The text consists of 742 chapters written by 412 physician first authors with 90 physician editors. The book currently serves nearly one million online topic readings per year. He has been author or editor of 13 books as well as the Journal of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Adler joined NEJM Group in 2011 where he currently leads new strategic initiatives and serves as an editor.
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