Congrats Robin Naples!
Congrats to Robin Naples, MD, whose promotion recommendation to the rank of Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine (CET – Clinician Educator) was unanimously approved by the TUSM Faculty Appointments and Promotions Committee!
Dr. Naples joined the Department of Emergency Medicine, Temple University School of Medicine in 2008 after completing her Residency in Emergency Medicine and Fellowship in Cardiovascular Emergencies at the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Robin has been an integral member of our academic faculty since 2008. In addition to being an exemplary bedside teacher, she has spearheaded the development of a Direct Observation Program for the emergency medicine residents. As you also know, Robin has also been actively involved in resident simulation education and in 2013 was named Co-Director of Resident Simulation Education. She also serves as a Doctoring Faculty member and a faculty mentor for a number of MS I and MS II students.
Robin is an active member of the multidisciplinary Door to Balloon Care Committee. The committee focuses on the best practice measure of door to perfusion times of 90 minutes or less. She also worked with the Divisions of Cardiology and Pulmonary / Critical Care to develop and implement a protocol for initiating therapeutic hypothermia in cases of cardiac arrest.
Robin has a long standing interest in the area of cardiovascular emergencies and has had multiple scientific poster presentations at regional academic meetings. On a national level, she has been an invited speaker at national meetings such as the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly and various emergency medicine residency grand rounds.
In addition, Robin has demonstrated scholarship with a peer reviewed publication along with numerous book chapters on topics such as; electrocardiography, unusual causes of coronary ischemia and cranial computed tomography in the resuscitated cardiac arrest patient.