About Dr. Stanley

Vernon R. Stanley, MD, PhD is a 37-year veteran of Emergency Physician and previous Regional Medical Director for a physician management group. His experience includes over 30 years of emergency medicine – 20 years at the Charleston Area Medical Center, Charleston, WV, one of the largest cardiac centers in the country and a Level I Trauma Center.

He holds a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO and the MD degree from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

His teaching experience includes the following:

Present Academic Positions

* Teaching Electrocardiography

Eleven years Adjunct Professor at Philadelphia University, Physician Assistant Program.

Eleven years Adjunct Professor at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.

* Visiting Lecturer 2009, 2010, 2011 – Drexel University, PA Program

Past Academic Positions / Teaching Experience

He has lectured electrocardiography widely to paramedics, physicians, nursing staffs, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and medical students.

Fifteen year nationwide lecture circuit to physicians, nurse practitioners, nurse anesthetists, nursing staffs, medical students, emergency first responders, paramedics, and EMTs. He has presented seminars for the National Conference of the American Academy of Physician Assistants in 1996, New York, NY,- in 1997, Minneapolis,MN,- in 2007, Philadelphia, PA and- in 2008, San Antonio, TX. Sponsors of his seminars include Physiocontrol, Marquette Electronics, Genentech, InPhynet, and Southeastern Emergency Physicians.

Publications and Pioneering

Author of 12-Lead ECG Interpretation for Emergency Personnel – 1995

12-Lead Workbook for the Medical Practitioner – 1996

Adjunct writer, cardiology section, 1998 Paramedic National Standard Curricula Project.

Pioneer of the first pre-hospital 12-lead ECG cellular-to-hospital system in the state of West Virginia.

ONLINE 12-Lead ECG Interpretation Course 2004

ONLINE ECG Animated Rhythm Interpretation Course – 2005

ONLINE 52-Week Lesson-of-the-Week – 2006

Emergency Physicians Monthly (Professional journal targeted to 30k ED physicians) Contributing Editor and Editorial Advisory Board — “12-Lead ECG Lesson-of-the-Month” — 2006

ONLINE 50 Case Studies Course — 2008