David Lisbon, MD

Assistant Professor and Residency Director
Department of Emergency Medicine

Medical School: Georgetown University
Internship: University of Kansas
Residency: University of Missouri Kansas City
Clinical Focus: Hypertensive Emergencies, Patient Education, Patient Satisfaction, Blunt Chest Trauma, Emergency Medicine


Lisbon D1, Allin D1, Cleek C2, Roop L3, Brimacombe M1, Downes C1, Pingleton SK4. Improved Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors After Implementation of TeamSTEPPS Training in an Academic Emergency Department: A Pilot Report. Am J Med Qual. 2014 Aug 20. pii: 1062860614545123. [Epub ahead of print]

Lowry BN, Rigler SK, McClain E, Kalender-Rich JL, Broxterman JT, Eck LM, Williamson TL, Simpson SQ, Lisbon
DP, Vansaghi LM. Adaptation of ABIM/ACGME Developmental Milestones into an Internal Medicine Residency
Curriculum at a University Medical Center - Examples of Rotational Curricula [Internet]. Association of American
Medical Colleges: iCollaborative. 2012 Mar 6 [updated 2012 Mar 6; cited 2012 Mar 6]. Available from:

Lisbon D, Thomas C, Tsue T, Brimacombe M. Improved Patient Safety Knowledge in a Multidisciplinary
Emergency Department Setting using Team STEPPS Patient Safety Curriculum. Presented at AAMC Integrating
Quality Meeting-June 2011.

Barthold C, Barksdale A, House H, Brooks C, Lisbon D, Bott K. Medical Students: Is Emergency Medicine the
Right Career Choice for You? Working Lunch Session with the Experts at the Great Plains Regional SAEM
Meeting, Omaha, NE 2010.

Lisbon D. High Risk Emergency Medicine :Presented at the Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly of
National Medical Association, Orlando, FL 2010

Lisbon D. Board Exam Prep Course: Emergent and Urgent Care-AAFP Review. Presented to Family Medicine
Residents and Students National Conference, Kansas City, MO 2009

Last modified: Dec 09, 2014


David Lisbon, MD
Assistant Professor and Residency Director