Sarah Dubbs

Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine, and the Director of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program the University of Maryland, Maryland, USA

Dr. Dubbs is an Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine, and the Director of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program.  After her residency training at the University of Maryland Medical Center, she completed a Faculty Development Fellowship with a certificate from the American College of Emergency Physicians Teaching Fellowship. She worked in the community hospital setting before returning to UMMC.  In addition to medical education, Dr. Dubbs has interests oncologic emergencies, with numerous publications, podcasts, and national and international invitational lectures on these topics.  She has won many teaching awards, including the ACEP National Junior Faculty Teaching Award.  She is also developing her interests in process and quality improvement, hospital administration, and is a cheerleader for the advancement of women in the house of medicine.

Lectures by Sarah Dubbs

Oncology Emergencies

Key considerations

Emergency Medicine / Cancer