07 Nov Temesgen Beyene
Temesgen Beyene, MD, ECCM, MPH Candidate
Dr. Temesgen Beyene (MD) is a Consultant and an Assistant Professor in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Head of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the College of Health Sciences, Tikur Anbessa Specialized Hospital, and Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.
He is also the current POCUS lead at his department and recipient of Developing Countries POCUS Educator Scholar from Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Groups of Australia and recently trained on Advanced Emergency Medicine Ultrasound course.
He worked as a postgraduate director at the Department of Emergency Medicine from 2018 to 2022 transitioning to chair his department.
He finished the Ultrasound Leadership Academy Fellowship with Honors in EM Ultrasound under Ultrasound Leadership Academy.
He is teaching POCUS to both undergraduate and postgraduate medical students since 2018.
He has organized POCUS workshops in contextualized echo guided life support, upper airway POCUS ultrasound and
critical care cardiac ultrasound in Ethiopia through his department and Ethiopian Society of Emergency Professionals.
His work focuses on teaching, clinical care and clinical research.
He is professionally certified from Harvard Medical School in Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program Clinical Trial Concentration in 2017.
He is academician, leader, and advocate of emergency and critical care in treating patients at Tikur Anbessa Specialized Teaching Hospital (the largest tertiary care hospital in Ethiopia).
He has extensive experience in international conference presentations, chairing conferences, moderating sessions and peer-reviewed publications.
Currently he is very passionate in spreading POCUS teaching anywhere to anyone at any time.