Dr Andrew Coggins

Clinical Lecturer
Emergency Medicine, Westmead Clinical School

Telephone +61 419 862 102

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Biographical details

Emergency and Trauma Consultant at Westmead Hospital, New South Wales.

Simulation and Teaching Clinical Lead - Emergency Medicine

Research interests

Medical Education

Pre-Hospital Medicine

Medical Systems

Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM)

Teaching and supervision

Online Webpage and Medical Blog - www.emergencypedia.com

  • Stage 1 and 2 Medical Students - clinical skills
  • Practical Skills Workshops
  • Mentorship
  • Westmead Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
  • ACEM Primary and Fellowship Examination Teaching
  • Quality Improvement - In-situ Simulation
  • Education Inovation - 'The SRMO Olympics'
  • Westmead Future Leaders Group
  • Acute Crisis Training with Simulation (ACTS) Course

Current projects

  • Junior Doctor's Simulation Program
  • Cervical Spine Immobilisation
  • Elective Medical Students Clinical Lead
  • Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)

Awards and honours

  • Westmead RMO Association Excellence in Teaching Award (2011)
  • Westmead RMO Association Excellence in Teaching Award (2015)

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Gunja, N., Coggins, A., Bidny, S. (2011). Management of intentional superwarfarin poisoning with long-term vitamin K and brodifacoum levels. Clinical Toxicology, 49(5), 385-390. [More Information]

2011

  • Gunja, N., Coggins, A., Bidny, S. (2011). Management of intentional superwarfarin poisoning with long-term vitamin K and brodifacoum levels. Clinical Toxicology, 49(5), 385-390. [More Information]

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