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S.V. Mahadevan

Professor of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University Medical Center

About Me

Dr. Mahadevan, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine/Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine, has written, traveled, and taught widely, presenting over 400 invited lectures worldwide and authoring over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and multimedia publications. He is lead editor of the textbook, An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine, which was awarded the 2006 American Medical Writer’s Association Award: Physician’s Category as the top medical textbook in the United States for all specialties. Dr. Mahadevan has received numerous prestigious national and international teaching awards including the Council of Residency Director’s (CORD) National Faculty Teaching Award (2003), American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) National Faculty Teaching Award (2012), California ACEP Education Award (2011), the Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Resident Bedside Teaching Award (2003), the Denise O'Leary Award for Excellence (2012), the Arthur L. Bloomfield Award: Excellence in the Teaching of Clinical Medicine (2012).

Courses and Programs taught by S.V. Mahadevan