• Critical Care Medicine
    • Internal Medicine
    • Pulmonary Disease
    • Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health
    Dr. Ehlenbach is board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, and Critical Care Medicine. He sees patients in the Pulmonary Medicine Clinic at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, and manages critically patients in the intensive care units of the University of Wisconsin Hospital. His clinical interests include lung disease in the elderly, COPD, bronchiectasis, sepsis, and the evaluation and management of patients with multiple chronic diseases. Dr. Ehlenbach's research program aims to improve understanding of long-term outcomes among survivors of critical illness, particularly cognitive and other functional outcomes among older persons. His clinical and health services research program seeks to identify specific aspects of critical illnesses and the therapies used to treat them that may be associated with chronic cognitive impairment. Additional research interests include in-hospital cardiac arrest among older patients and the delivery of palliative care in the intensive care unit. His research is currently funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIH), the John A. Hartford Foundation, the American Federation for Aging Research, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Starr Foundation through the Paul B. Beeson Career Development Awards in Aging Research Program.
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine at Queen’s University
    Dr. Brooks is a clinician-scientist in emergency medicine at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He conducts research in the areas of cardiac arrest and resuscitation with a specific focus around innovative technology solutions. He represents the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada as a member of the Advanced Cardiac Life Support Taskforce of the International Liaison Committee for Resuscitation and is a member of the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science Subcommittee of the American Heart Association. Dr. Brooks has participated in the creation of cardiac arrest guidelines with these organizations for over a decade and continues to play a leadership role in synthesizing evidence to practice.
    • Internal Medicine
    • Interventional Cardiology
    • Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Disease at The University of Iowa
    I am an interventional cardiologist and a cardiovascular outcomes researcher. My areas of interest include epidemiology of cardiovascular diseases, measuring quality of care, and understanding hospital-level variation in patient outcomes to generate insights into elements of high-quality care. My work is mostly concentrated in patients with cardiac arrests - both in-hospital and out-of-hospital, coronary artery disease and heart failure.
    • Internal Medicine
    • Ambulatory Medicine
    • Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Washington
    Dr. Thomas Rea is Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington. He received his MD from the University of Michigan, did his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington, and a Senior Residency in Ambulatory Care at the Puget Sound Veterans Administration Hospital in Seattle. He received his MPH, from the University of Washington School of Public Health. His professional Interests include factors influencing risk and outcome of cardiac arrest, pharmacoepidemiology, and prehospital emergency care.
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Director of Community Markets and Programs for the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Department at American Heart Association
    As an emergency medicine physician and resuscitation scientist, I am committed to increasing survival from cardiac arrest. I am currently the Director of Community Markets and Programs for the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Department for the American Heart Association, and an Associate Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Community Health.
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