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Dana A. Stearns, M.D. FACEP, Attending Physician, Department of Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital; Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School.
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Dr. Stearns has been an attending physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital since 1993. He graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency training in Emergency Medicine at the John Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Stearns is an Assistant Professor of Surgery and an Associate Master of the William Bosworth Castle Society at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Stearns participated in the development of the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (HAEMR) Program and continue to serve as a faculty lecturer and laboratory instructor for HAEMR and has served as co-director for the HMS Emergency Medicine Clerkship elective at MGH. He has been extremely active in understanding and utilizing a wide variety of teaching methods. These have ranged from problem-based learning methodology commonly used in HMS, case study discussions when providing a case report or clinical updates, case conferences or international meetings to didactic, hands-on bedside clinical education, laboratory sessions and medical simulation.
Dr. Stearns has participated extensively in developing awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity and disparity on the CCC Committee at HMS as well as the Dept. of EM's Collaborative Practice Committee at MGH. He was named a Founding Member of The Academy at Harvard Medical School. The Academy aims to advance the training of future physicians by supporting the educational activities of the most effective and innovative teachers at HMS. In 2008, Dr. Stearns was named the Emergency Department Surgical Faculty Liaison for the Core Surgery Clerkship at MGH.
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