Dr. Erin Leiman is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Emergency Medicine at Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. She is involved with graduate and undergraduate medical education, especially simulation and procedural competency. She is also the medical director of the Interprofessional Education Clinic that brings together nursing, medical, physician assistant, and physical therapy faculty and students to care for patients in the urgent care setting. Additional interests include massive transfusion principles and protocols as well as abdominal/GI emergencies. On the national level, she is involved in the American Academy of Emergency Medicine and serves on the Education and Women In Emergency Medicine committees.
Dr. Leiman is a native of Maryland and earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland in Spanish Literature. She received her medical degree and earned AOA honors from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. She trained at the Harvard-affiliated program in Emergency Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts where she also served as Chief Resident. Prior to coming to Duke, Dr. Leiman was on faculty at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- Medical Education (Simulation, FOAM, Innovations)
- Trauma and Critical Care (including Airway)
- Operations, Finance, Health Care System Design
- Interprofessional Medical Education
- Massive Transfusion Principles and Protocols
- Abdominal/GI imaging