Mark Escott, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.A.E.M.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Assistant Director, Division of EMS and Disaster Medicine
Ben Taub Hospital Emergency Center
1504 Taub Loop
Houston, TX 77030
- M.D., Flinders University School of Medicine, Adelaide, Australia
- M.P.H., University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX
- Residency, Emergency Medicine, Penn State University- MS Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania, PA
- Editor for the ACEP EMS Section Newsletter
- Liaison to the National Tactical Officers Association for the Tactical EMS Section of ACEP
- Co-chair of the Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Committee, EMS SQI Committee
- Co-chair of the Texas College of Emergency Medicine EMS Conference 2011
- Escott MEA, Owen H, Strahan AD, Plummer JL. Cricoid Pressure Training: How Useful are Descriptions of Force? Anaesth Intensive Care 2003;31(4)388-91.
- Escott M, Strahan A, Owen H, Plummer J. Are Current Guidelines on Learning How to Apply Cricoid Pressure Useful? Anaesth Intensive Care 2003; 31:116. Presented at the 61st National Scientific Congress, Australian Society of Anaesthetists, October 26-30, 2002
- Escott MEA. The Impact of a University Based First Responder Program with Early Defibrillation Capability on Strengthening The Chain of Survival for Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. Georgetown University Medical Center. 2005
- Escott MEA, Kass LE. Incorporating Simulation into Graduate (Resident) Medical Education with Special Reference to the Emergency Department. In: Kyle R, Murray B ed. Clinical Simulation: Operations, Engineering, and Management. Elseveir Publishing 2008;127-33
- Presenter: From Coeds to Augmented Reality: Improving the Chain of Survival from Sudden Cardiac Arrest. ACEP New Speakers Forum ACEP Scientific Assembly 2010.
- Presenter: Evaluation and Management of the Intoxicated Patient. The National Collegiate EMS Foundation Annual Meeting 2011.
- Presenter: Evaluation and Management of the Intoxicated Patient. The National Collegiate EMS Foundation Annual Meeting 2010.