Logan Plaster founded Emergency Physicians International in 2010 during the International Conference on Emergency Medicine in Singapore. Since then, he’s distributed the magazine on five continents and has launched a social network dedicated to the field of global emergency care. Plaster trained at the Medill School of Journalism he has since served as a senior editor and creative director of Emergency Physicians Monthly. He can also be found live-tweeting medical conferences and writing about global health for Quartz.
Dr. Holliman is the president-elect of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine. At the 2012 ACEP Scientific Assembly, Dr. Holliman received the James D. Mills Outstanding Contribution to Emergency Medicine Award. Dr. Holliman founded and operated the Pennsylvania State Center for International Emergency Medicine and the International Emergency Medicine Fellowship program, which trained faculty from dozens of countries. From 1994 to 2007, he served as associate emergency medicine residency director at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, and used this experience to help develop residency programs around the world. Dr. Holliman is a professor of military and emergency medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD and adjunct professor of emergency medicine at George Washington University, Washington DC.
Peter Cameron is currently the President of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine and Chair of Emergency Medicine at Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar. He is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Monash University and on leave from his position as Academic Director of the Emergency and Trauma Centre at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He has an extensive research profile covering trauma, cardiac arrest, critical care and patient safety with over 350 publications. He has actively worked with national organisations to promote improvement in emergency medicine delivery around the globe.
Dr. Mulligan is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the director of the department’s International Emergency Medicine (IEM) Program. From 2006 to 2010, he lived in the Netherlands and directed two emergency departments and EM residencies. He is an Extraordinary Senior Lecturer/Visiting Assistant Professor at Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, South Africa. He is a board member of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM) and the immediate past-chair of the ACEP Section for IEM. He is a co-editor of the peer-reviewed journal The African Journal of Emergency Medicine. Over the past 12 years, Dr. Mulligan has initiated and participated in emergency medicine and acute care system development programs in over 20 countries.
Dr. Wallis is the head of emergency medicine for the Western Cape Government, and Professor and Head of the Division of Emergency Medicine at both the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University. Dr. Wallis is president of the African Federation for Emergency Medicine, and immediate past president of the Emergency Medicine Society of South Africa. He is Editor in Chief of the African Journal of Emergency Medicine and has authored several book chapters and over 100 journal articles. As part of his AFEM role, Lee has been involved in the development of emergency care systems in several Africa countries, and consults widely for academic institutions and governments in the region.
Prof V. Anantharaman was the founding president of the Society for Emergency Medicine in Singapore and the Asian Society for Emergency Medicine. He was also the chairman of the emergency medicine services committee in Singapore’s Ministry of Health. Prof. Anantharama is a senior consultant in the department of emergency medicine at Singapore General Hospital and Advisor (Education & International Medicine) with Singapore Health Services. He is the Chairman of Singapore’s National Resuscitation Council and the chairman of the chapter of emergency physicians in the Singapore Academy of Medicine. He serves as a clinical professor at the National University of Singapore and Adjunct Professor at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School.