Faculty Profile: Robert Partridge, MD, MPH

Robert Partridge
Robert Partridge, MD, MPH
Adjunct Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine
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Medical education and international and travel medicine; geriatric emergency medicine and injury control.

Biography

ROBERT PARTRIDGE, MD, MPH, a graduate of Tufts University, is on staff at Rhode Island Hospital. Dr Partridge received his Master's in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health, and a diploma in Tropical Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He is currently the Director of the Section of International Emergency Medicine.

Residency Training: The Medical College of Pennsylvania Board Certified: Emergency Medicine

Institutions

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Grants and Awards

Jacek B. Franaszek Faculty Teaching Award, Rhode Island Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, given annually by emergency medicine residents to one faculty member for teaching excellence, 1998.

Jacek B. Franaszek Faculty Teaching Award, Rhode Island Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, given annually by emergency medicine residents to one faculty member for teaching excellence, 2001.

Outstanding Contribution to the Providence Safe Communities Partnership, 2000.

Paul Calabresi Faculty Research Award, Rhode Island Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, given annually by the Department in recognition of the most outstanding emergency physician scientific publication, 2004.

Affiliations

American College of Emergency Physicians
Society of Academic Emergency Medicine
American Academy of Emergency Medicine
International Society of Travel Medicine

Selected Publications

  • Partridge RA, Alexander J, Lawrence T, Suner S. Medical Counter-Bioterrorism: The Effort to Provide Anthrax Prophylaxis to New York City Postal Service Employees. Ann Emerg Med, 2003;41:441-446. (2003)
  • Girard D, Partridge RA, Becker BM, Bock B. Alcohol and nicotine dependence in elderly emergency department patients: rates, health and medical care utilization. Acad Emerg Med, 2003 May;10(5):478-9. (2003)