M.D., FACEP, FAAEM
Dr. Bazakis is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Foundational Sciences at Central Michigan University’s College of Medicine. He serves as faculty for the course in Essential Clinical Skills for medical students as well as a member of the core faculty for the Emergency Residency training program. Dr. Bazakis is Co-Director of Emergency Medicine Simulation for the Emergency Medicine Residency at CMU. His interests include the use of high-fidelity simulation in the development of clinical mastery, critical conversations in clinical medicine, coaching as a platform for professional development, and effective public speaking.
More about Andrew Bazakis
Publications & Presentations
Bazakis AM, Akhondi H, Weir AJ (2021). Procaine Penicillin .
Bazakis AM, Kunzler C (2005). Altered mental status due to metabolic or endocrine disorders. Emergency medicine clinics of North America.
Credentials, Certifications & Awards
Teaching Award for Outstanding Speaker
B.S., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Membership in Professional Organizations
Society for Simulation in Healthcare
International Coach Federation
Central Michigan University Academy of Medical Educators
American Academy of Emergency Psychiatry
American Academy of Emergency Medicine