Sadie Elisseou, MD (she/her) is a primary care physician in the Boston VA healthcare system, a Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Adjunct Instructor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine, and a nationally recognized expert in the field of trauma-informed care (TIC). Dr. Elisseou’s award-winning curriculum on ‘trauma-informed physical examination’ is now taught at medical schools across the country as the new standard way of examining patients. During the pandemic, Dr. Elisseou partnered with colleagues to publish the first framework on trauma-informed telehealth. She also published the first curriculum on trauma-informed peer physical examinations. Dr. Elisseou is the co-founder of the National Veterans’ Health Administration TIC Collaborative and a member of the Trauma Informed Health Care, Education and Research (TIHCHER) collaborative and the Harvard Medical School TIC Steering Committee. She enjoys building platforms to train healthcare professionals in trauma-informed resilience.
She will be presenting her speech on “Trauma-Informed Hospital Leadership” at 13th American Healthcare and Hospital Management Summit, which will take place from November 15–18, 2023, in Los Angeles, USA.
- Clinical Instructor
- Adjunct Instructor of Medicine
- Internal Medicine Physician VA Boston Healthcare System
- Internal Medicine Physician ROBLEY REX VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER (VAMC)
- Internal Medicine Physician Providence VA Medical Center
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
- Brown University School of Medicine, MD Brown University, BA
- Yale University School of Medicine
- The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
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