Bernard Chang, MD, PhD, FACEP

Bernard Chang, MD, PhD, FACEP

@bernardchangmd
Vice Chair of Research, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Columbia University

With a PhD in psychology alongside his EM credentials, Bernard Chang has risen to the forefront of wellness in the wake of COVID-19. Dr. Chang’s NIH-funded work on psychological stress and its impact on cardiovascular health among emergency medicine clinicians is expected to become landmark research, and he is a leading advocate for destroying the stigma attached to seeking mental healthcare in medicine.

Medell Briggs-Malonson, MD, MPH, MSHS

John R. Corker, MD, FACEP

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