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Dr. Lynn Burnett

Emergency Medicine, Forensic Pathology, Public Health, Medical Ethics
PO Box 4512

Brief Biography:

Dr. Burnett was involved in setting up a Prehospital Care Program in the 1970s, then directing its Paramedic Training Program. He has served as the Medical Advisor to Law Enforcement agencies for better than 40 years. He has actively taught courses in Disaster Medicine, beginning with the NBC approach (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) while in the military, and continuing through the current CBRNe formulation (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive). He holds multiple academic appointments in several disciplines, and also serves as Chairman of Medical Ethics at an Academic Medical Center. Dr. Burnett is also active in teaching Student Trainers the Management of Life-Threatening Emergencis in Athletics.


Academic positions:

International Faculty, Pacific Islands Postgraduate Emergency Medicine Program Adjunct Professor of Forensic Pathology, Masters of Forensic Science Program, National University Adjunct Professor of Public Health, Kaplan University Adjunct Professor of Healthcare Ethics, Health Law and Leadership in Healthcare, Kaplan University Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine & Forensic Pathology, Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, California Certified Instructor, Medical Management of CBRNE Events, US Department of Homeland Security Chairman and Attending in Medical Ethics, Community Regional Medical Center Emergency Medicine Consultant, Sports Medicine Program, California State University Fresno Faculty, State Center Peace Officers Academy


Research interests:

Sudden Death (Medical & Traumatic), Disaster Medicine


What I think of the idea behind WebmedCentral:

An approach with potential.