Distinguished Professor and Emergency Physician Bentley Bobrow Featured in Outliers in Writing

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Emergency Physician and Distinguished Professor of Emergency Medicine, Bentley Bobrow will be featured in Outliers in Writing, the latest book in the Outlier Leadership Series.

Emergency Physician and Distinguished Professor of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Bentley Bobrow

“Sometimes when things go well and you make a finding and publish it in a large journal, people all over the world see it,” says Bobrow. “It affects care in countries we otherwise might never reach.”

Emergency Physician and Distinguished Professor of Emergency Medicine Bentley Bobrow will be featured in the latest book of the Outlier Leadership Series, Outliers in Writing, set to publish in summer 2017.

Dr. Bobrow, MD, FACEP, FAHA, is an Emergency Physician and Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He also serves as Medical Director for the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems at the Arizona Department of Health Services.

In Outliers in Writing, Dr. Bobrow discusses how writing and publishing has extended his medical knowledge from a local to a global audience.

“Sometimes when things go well and you make a finding and publish it in a large journal, people all over the world see it,” says Bobrow. “It affects care in countries we otherwise might never reach.”

Dr. Bobrow published over 80 peer-reviewed articles and more than 100 abstracts. He is renowned for his work on implementing and measuring systems of care to improve outcomes for time-sensitive emergency medical conditions, such as out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), ST-Elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI).

As an Emergency Physician himself, Dr. John Shufeldt who created the Outlier Leadership Series, admires Bobrow’s efforts to reach a global audience with his writing.

“When you look at his qualifications, you realize that Bobrow brings a unique perspective to Outliers in Writing,” says Shufeldt. Shufeldt adds how unique it is for a physician to personalize medical topics.

In his interview, Bobrow emphasizes the importance of storytelling to relay ideas that will resonate with readers.

“When you’re writing for people, you have to make it interesting, you have to move things along, and you have to take the readers on a journey,” says Bobrow. “Essentially, so much of what people go through is similar. People may not see it in themselves, but when they see it in others they recognize it so easily. So, using stories can be an effective form of medicine.”

Each book in the Outlier Leadership Series serve as a virtual mentor to readers. The books provide exclusive interview content from six professionals at the top of their field, action guides and targeted resources for those looking to succeed in a chosen profession.

Outliers in Writing will be the sixth book in the Outlier Leadership Series. Other books in the Outlier Leadership Series include:

Click here for more information on the Outlier Leadership Series and the launch of Outliers in Writing.

About Outliers in Writing:
Outliers in Writing is a how-to guide for aspiring writers, presented through interviews with six seasoned writing professionals. Each interview provides readers with a range of valuable information from storytelling skills and the power of observation, to career strategy and the importance of writing every day. These six incredible writing professionals candidly share their obstacles and ingredients for a successful writing career. Readers will complete this book having received the most potent advice for becoming the best writer possible. Whether you aspire to be a writer, novelist, or journalist, this collection of wisdom will expand your perspective and serve as a foundation for a vibrant career. Outliers in Writing was written as part of the Outlier Leadership Series mentorship books, created by Dr. John Shufeldt. 

About John Shufeldt: http://www.johnshufeldt.com
Dr. John Shufeldt, MD, JD, MBA, FACEP is an Emergency Physician and Adjunct Professor at Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Dr. Shufeldt is a leadership expert in multidisciplinary ventures committed to innovation in medicine, entrepreneurism and education. He has three decades of experience leading high performing teams in businesses that combine his passions for medicine, law, and leadership. Dr. Shufeldt committed to return to school every 10 years to push his own personal envelope.

About Bentley Bobrow:
Dr. Bobrow, MD, FACEP, FAHA, is an Emergency Physician and Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He also serves as Medical Director for the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems at the Arizona Department of Health Services. Dr. Bobrow is renowned for his work on implementing and measuring systems of care aimed at improving outcomes for time-sensitive emergency medical conditions, such as out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), ST-Elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Dr. Bobrow received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and his emergency medicine residency training at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix.

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