David Lisbon, MD, FACEP

Associate 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


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]

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:

Improved Patient Safety Knowledge in a Multidisciplinary Emergency Department Setting using Team STEPPS Patient Safety Curriculum.
Presented at AAMC Integrating Quality Meeting-June 2011.

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.

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

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: Aug 23, 2017


David Lisbon, MD, FACEP
Associate Professor and Residency Director