Public health law is experiencing a renaissance. Once fashionable during the Industrial and Progressive eras, the ideals of population health began to wither in the late 20th century. In their place came a sharpened focus on personal and economic freedom. Political attention shifted from population health to individual health and from public health programs to private medicine.
A graduate of Rice University, Dr. Kapur has designed and taught emergency medicine and public health training programs for international physicians, nurses and primary healthcare workers. He has also worked on the development of emergency public health systems in low- and middle-income countries with an emphasis on low-cost, high-yield strategies.
Smith completed residency training in both emergency medicine and internal medicine and remains board certified in both specialties. Since completing training, he has held a full-time faculty position in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center.
He has over 20 years of clinical emergency medicine experience with over 14 years experience in emergency department management and administration having served as the director of clinical operations and trauma services. Smith has completed additional training at George Washington University Medical Center including a Masters in Public Health with an emphasis on international health policy in and a Master Teacher Program in Smith directs the international emergency medicine activities of the Institute.
His areas of interest includes international emergency medicine policy development, disaster preparedness, EMS system development, enhancing hospital-based and prehospital clinical and trauma services, injury prevention initiatives, and academic emergency medicine development including faculty development and assisting with the establishment of residency training programs in emergency medicine.
He has conducted several strategic US leadership conferences focusing on the role of US emergency health care providers in the development of emergency medicine in developing countries and chaired a regional NATO conference on emergency medicine and disaster preparedness in Central Asia.When you express interest in a specific study, the information from your profile will be sent to the doctor conducting that study.
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