University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville
Elizabeth DeVos MD, MPH, FACEP is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine--Jacksonville and Director of Global Health Education for the UF College of Medicine. She attended the University of Akron and the Northeastern Ohio Medical University where she received her MD. Dr. DeVos completed her Emergency Medicine residency at the University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville and an International Emergency Medicine fellowship and a Masters of Public Health at George Washington University in Washington DC. Dr. DeVos not only works clinically as an academic emergency physician at UF Health-Jacksonville but also teaches global health as the Director of Global Health Education at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville supervising the medical student Local/Global Health Equity Discovery Pathway. Her research in sepsis and factors in sepsis readmission stems from her interest in understanding the roles social determinants of health play in sepsis outcomes. Other research interests include resident and medical student education and global emergency medicine systems development.
Dr. DeVos continues to work in the development of EM as a specialty abroad and is a member of the SAEM Global Emergency Medicine Acadamy. Dr. DeVos spent all of 2014 living in Kigali, Rwanda working as faculty in the nation's first Emergency Medicine residency. She serves on a variety national and international committees involved in developing access to quality emergency care worldwide. She also is a member of the DMAT FL-4 federal disaster medical assistance team and has deployed for several hurricanes.
Disclosure: No financial relationships or conflicts of interest
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
2:04 PM – 2:12 PM