Edward P Monico
Department of Emergency Medicine
Yale University School of Medicine, USA
Dr. Monico joined the faculty at Yale in 1993. He was recruited to assist in the initial application to develop an EM residency at Yale, and was crucial to the success of this application. The first EM residency began in 1996 and has graduated 110 emergency physicians. Since that time. Dr. Monico has provided emergency services in the Yale-New Haven ED and our satellite site at the Shoreline Medical Center. To date this means he has impacted the care of over 50,000 patients. During this time he has provided ongoing clinical teaching on over 1,700 shifts to residents from all specialties, students, and physician extenders. Since 2004, Dr. Monico is responsible for teaching the conscious sedation practicum to all new Yale-New Haven Hospital practicing physicians and fellows who need credentialing and to date he has certified 212 physicians. He has also been the Director of our ACLS program since 2004. The program has issued during that time period over 3500 certificates to attending physicians, residents, nurses, PA/APRNs and medical students. Dr. Monico pursued a juris doctorate in health law and graduated cum laude in 2003 from Quinnipiac University School of Law. Since that time he has focused his scholarly interests in the area of law and medicine. He is particularly interested in the area of informed consent and has been a health law consultant to CNN News in that regard. He is a mentor to the entire EM faculty and residents in all issues relating to ethics, the law and research. He has been an active member of the Yale HIC and a primary reviewer for countless protocols for the Department of Emergency Medicine and other researchers throughout the Yale community.
Dr. Monico Research Interest is Emergency Medicine.