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Richard D. Urman is a physician practicing in Boston, Massachusetts at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. Dr. Urman was one of the 2005 recipients of the American Medical Association Foundation Leadership Award. He received his MD from Harvard Medical School. He is the co-author of Pocket Anesthesia (ISBN 0781795842 Search this book on .), Anesthesiology Student Survival Guide (ISBN 0387097082 Search this book on .), The MGH Textbook of Anesthetic Equipment (ISBN 978-1437709735 Search this book on .) and Essential Clinical Anesthesia (ISBN 978-0521720205 Search this book on .), Pocket Pain Medicine (ISBN 978-1608313365 Search this book on .), Operating Room Leadership and Management (ISBN 978-1107017535 Search this book on .), among others. He has lectured nationally and internationally. His clinical interests include novel anesthetic drugs, sedation practices, operating room efficiency, and patient safety. He is a cofounder of the Incubator for Patient Safety and Outcomes. He directs the Perioperative Medicine Fellowship and helped establish the Center for Perioperative Research at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, and is the founding member of the International Board of Perioperative Medicine.
- Incubator for Patient Safety and Outcomes
- Massachusetts Society of Anesthesiologists
- Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Published Books
- International Board of Perioperative Medicine
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