Faculty Profile: Brian Clyne, MD

Brian Clyne
Brian Clyne, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine
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Medical education, medical student career selection, workforce planning, leadership development

Biography

Dr. Clyne practices emergency medicine at Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, and Hasbro Children's Hospital. He is the program director of the Emergency Medicine residency based at Rhode Island Hospital. After graduating from Brown Medical School in 1997, Dr. Clyne completed his residency training at the University of Maryland/Shock Trauma Center where he served as chief resident. He returned to Brown in 2000 and served as the director of medical student education for EM before becoming residency program director.

He has taught hundreds of medical students and residents, earning national recognition for teaching excellence. He is a Lead Faculty in the AMS Academy system where he provides medical student career advice. His scholarship reflects his clinical and administrative experience, with publications in the areas of graduate medical education and medical student career selection. Additional interests include physician workforce planning and leadership development in health care.

Institutions

MH

Grants and Awards

ACEP 2010 National Faculty Teaching Award

Affiliations

CORD
SAEM
ACEP
AAEM

Teaching Experience

Program Director, Brown Program in Emergency Medicine
Course Director, Emergency Airway Management Course

Selected Publications

  • Workload." Journal of Graduate Medical Education. December 2012. (2012)
  • Clyne B. "Multitasking in Emergency Medicine." Academic Emergency Medicine. 2012; 19: 230-231 (2012)
  • Clyne B. "Doctoring 1.0." Academic Emergency Medicine. 2012; 19: 248 (2012)
  • Boyd J, Clyne B, Rienert S, and Zink B. Emergency Medicine Career Choice: A Profile of Factors and Influences from the AAMC Graduation Questionnaires. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2009 Jun;16(6):544-9 (2009)
  • Clyne B, Smith JS, and Napoli A. "EM Faculty Teaching Scores Are Not Influenced By Clinical Productivity, Faculty Experience, Or Clinical ()
  • Choo EK, Frenandez R, Hayden E, Clyne B, Schneider J, Ginsberg S, and Gruppen L. "An Agenda for Increasing Grant Funding of EM Education Research." Academic Emergency Medicine. ()