Andrew W. Phillips, MD MEd FAAEM

Year of Residency Completion: 2015
Year of Fellowship Completion: 2017
State: North Carolina
Facility/School: Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA
Position: Staff physician
Years of Experience in Critical Care: 4
Areas of Interest: Mechanical Circulatory Support (LVAD, ECMO, Impella, IABP)

Biography
Dr. Phillips is a former junior high teacher turned emergency physician and intensivist. He graduated medical school from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and went on to do both an emergency medicine residency at the Stanford University/Kaiser EM program and an anesthesia critical care fellowship at Stanford University. His research focusses on health professions education, which culminated in his edited volume, Survey Methods in Medical and Health Professions Education, slated for publication in Winter 2020. He is also the editor-in-chief and founder of EM Coach (www.emcoach.org), an artificial intelligence-driven emergency medicine written board review program. Additionally, he is serving as the chair of the AAEM Critical Care Section 2020-2021. Dr. Phillips continues to practice clinically in the ED and ICU.

Speaking Engagements

  • Phillips AW (Mar 2020). Why games are worth it. Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine Academic Assembly, NY, NY.
  • Phillips AW and Jordan J (Apr 2019). Common survey pitfalls. Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine Academic Assembly, Seattle, WA.
  • Phillips AW (Mar 2019) LVAD practicum. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Phillips AW (Mar 2019) Lies, damn lies, and lab tests. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Phillips AW (Apr 2018) Cannabis hyperemesis syndrome: coming to a state near you. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, San Diego, CA.
  • Phillips AW (Apr 2018) VADs for the emergency physician. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, San Diego, CA.
  • Phillips AW and Pillow T (Apr 2017) Teaching to learning styles: Are there effective methods to herd cats? Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
  • Phillips AW (Mar 2017) I put her on the vent and she got worse. Trouble-shooting post-intubation deterioration. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, Orlando, FL.

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