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Brad POSS, United States / Professor


Department of Pediatrics
University of Utah School of Medicine


Educational Background
• 1983
- B.S. University of Kansas
• 1987
- M. D. University of Kansas School of Medicine
• 1990
- Pediatric Residency Naval Hospital Oakland
• 1995
- Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship University of Utah
• 2005
- M.M.M. University of Southern California

Work Experience
• 1990-1992
- Staff Pediatrician, U.S. Naval Hospital Guam
• 1995-2001
- Staff Pediatric Intensivist, Naval Medical Center San Diego
• 2001-2002
- Commander Amphibious Task Force Surgeon San Diego
• 2002-2005
- Director of Medical Education, Naval Medical Center San Diego
• 2005-2007
- Fleet Surgeon, U.S. THIRD Fleet
• 2007-2011
- Professor of Pediatrics, University of Utah School of Medicine
• 2011-2012
- Professor of Pediatrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita
• 2012-present
- Professor of Pediatrics, University of Utah School of Medicine

Publications
1. Antommaria AHM, Sweney J, Poss WB (2010). Triaging Pediatric Critical Care Resources During a
Pandemic: Ethical and Medical Considerations. Pediatr Crit Care Med, 11(3), 396-400.
2. Zabrocki LA, Brogan TV, Statler KD, Poss WB, Rollins MD, Bratton SL (2011). Extracorporeal
Membrane Oxygenation for Pediatric Respiratory Failure: Survival and Predictors of Mortality. Crit
Care Med, 39(2), 364-370.
3. Riley C, Wheeler DS, Poss WB (2013). The Evolving Model of Pediatric Critical Care Delivery in North
America. [Review]. Pediatr Clin North Am, 60(3), 545-562.
4. Hamele M, Poss WB, Swerney (2014). Disaster Preparedness Pediatric Considerations in Primary
Blast Injury, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism. [Review]. World J Crit Care Med, 3(1), 15-23.
5. Poss WB, Cupp CL, Williams SJ (2014). Health Services Management Education On-Site At A Military
Medical Center. J Coll Teach Learn, 11(2), 53-58.

Honors/Awards
• 2005
- Early Career Achievement Award, The University of Kansas Medical School Alumni Association
• 2011
- Nominee, Physician of the Year, Primary Children's Medical Center
• 2013
- Nominee, Physician of the Year, Primary Children's Medical Center
• 2014
- Educational Medical Director of the Year Award (for Schwartz Rounds Committee), Primary
Children's Hospital