Integrated Residency in Emergency Medicine

Edward Fieg, D.O., Director

Stacey Poznanski, D.O.

 

Stacey L. Poznanski, D.O.

Assistant Professor

stacey.poznanski@wright.edu


Education

Medical School: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2002-2006
Residency: Emergency Medicine, University of Wisconsin, 2007-2010
Fellowship: Faculty Development, Wright State University, 2010-2011
Graduate Studies: Master of Education, Health Professions, University of Cincinnati, 2011- current

Interests

Curricular reform, presentation design for medical educators, faculty development, the promotion of women in medicine, and gender-specific medicine

Selected Bibliography

Publications
Peer-Reviewed Abstracts

Poznanski, SL. Emergency Medicine Bedside Assessment Course: An Evidence-Based and Streamlined Guide to Physical Examination in the Emergency Department. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2011 58: S336-337.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Ko PY, Bernard AW, Poznanski SL, Cooney R, Khandelwal S, Lin M. Journal Watch From ACE (Alliance for Clinical Education): Annual Review of Medical Education Articles in Emergency Medicine, 2010–2011. Teaching and Learning in Medicine: An International Journal, 2013; 25:2, 178-182. PMID 23530682.

McGregor AJ, Greenberg M, Safdar B,  Seigel, T, Hendrickson R, Poznanski S, Davenport M, Miner J, Choo EK. Focusing a Gender Lens on Emergency Medicine Research – 2012 Update. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2013; 20: 313-320. PMID 23517266.

McGregor AJ, Greenberg M, Safdar B,  Seigel, T, Hendrickson R, Poznanski S, Davenport M, Miner J, Choo EK. Gender-Specific Emergency Medicine. A Pecha Kucha Style Presentation. Peer-Reviewed Lecture. Academic Emergency Medicine. Accepted-In Revision. July 2012

Poznanski SL, Doyle GS. Tibio-Fibular Joint Dislocation. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, July 2010.

Book Chapters

Poznanski SL, Svenson JE. Hip Fractures. In Shah K, Lewiss R, Saul T, editors. Essential Emergency Imaging. 1st ed., Philadelphia. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Selected Presentations

International

2013. The International Emergency Medicine Professional Development and Teaching Course. Baltimore, MD. Oral Didactic Co-Speaker. Resuscitating Your PowerPoint Slides, a Workshop.

National

2014. Council of Residency Directors - EM Academic Assembly, New Orleans, LA. Oral Didactic - Leader. Presentation Design Bootcamp.

2014. ACGME Annual Educational Conference, National Harbor, MD. Oral Didactic - Co-Speaker. Presentation Design for Medical Educators - A Missing Piece of Faculty Development.

2013. University of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Madison, WI - Invited Guest Speaker. Presentation Design for Medical Educators: Resuscitate Your Slides.

2013. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. Oral Didactic - Co-Speaker Not Another Boring Lecture: Five Ways to Spice Up Your Didactics.

2013. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. Oral Didactic - Selected as Best of CORD. From a Fire Hose to a Water Fountain: Using Milestones for Shift Evaluations.

2013. Council of Residency Directors—EM Academic Assembly, Denver, CO. Lightning Oral Didactic - Selected as Best of the Best Milestones Innovations. From a Fire Hose to a Water Fountain: Using Milestones for Shift Evaluations.

2012. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Oral Didactic. 2012 Updates in Gender Specific Care.

2011. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly, San Francisco, CA. Abstract Poster Presentation. Emergency Medicine Bedside Assessment Course: An Evidence-Based and Streamlined Guide to Physical Examination in the Emergency Department.

2009. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, Phoenix, AZ. Poster Presentation. Acute Knee Pain.

Regional

2013. AAMC: Central Group on Education Affairs, Cincinnati, OH. Oral Didactic. Not Another Boring Lecture: Five Ways to Spice Up Your Didactics.

Personal Information

I was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. Although I traveled many places for my training, my heart remained here and it is good to be home! My husband and I have a beautiful daughter and are surrounded by supportive family in the area. I love my job as an EM educator and I am fascinated by the excitement and evolution currently taking place in medical education. In my “spare” time, I enjoy traveling, jigsaw puzzles, college football (Go Badgers!), and good wine.