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Associate Professor of Surgery, Chief Division Acute Care Surgery
University of Missouri
Surgical Health Policy Advocacy: We Can, We Should, We Must!
Necrotizing Pancreatitis - Multidisciplinary Care: Its Truly Time to Step Up!
Surgeon Safety: When Patients Become a Threat in the Age of Personal Data Availability
Amy E. Liepert, MD, FACS, is the Division Chief of Acute Care Surgery at the University of Missouri. She cares for critically ill surgical and trauma patients and engages surgeons in health policy advocacy. She championed a bill through the California legislature to place Stop the Bleed kits in all new buildings in California.
Her research interests include multidisciplinary and surgical management of necrotizing pancreatitis, surgical health policy advocacy engagement, and healthcare worker violence prevention.
Her work has appeared the American Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, Surgery, JAMASurgery, and the Journal of the ACS.
Dr. Liepert has presented on surgical health policy advocacy, trauma system consequences of the raised Southern border wall, the development of a fully automated EHR based registry for Emergency General Surgery, and Necrotizing Pancreatitis.
Dr. Liepert has previously served as associate professor at UC San Diego and as medical director of acute care surgery. Prior to that as an assistant professor of surgery at University of Wisconsin.
Dr. Liepert completed a surgical critical care fellowship at University of Pittsburgh and general surgery residency at University of Utah. She earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. She is board-certified in surgery and surgical critical care. She is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons where she serves on the SurgeonsPAC Board and has completed two terms on the Health Policy Advocacy Group.
- Acute Care
Necrotizing Pancreatitis, Surgeon Safety
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