Author Spotlight: Kathryn Butler, Emergency Medicine

Kelly SeagravesEmergency Medicine, Personal Education

Med-Challenger Medical Education Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight:

Med-Challenger has been producing high-quality medical education products for over 25 years. If there’s one thing we know, it’s that accurate, up-to-date content is king. Given the fact that medicine is constantly changing, so too must our content. To achieve that ongoing quality objective, it takes specialized knowledge, experience, talent, and commitment from the best medical educators available today. Today we’d like to take a moment to provide an author spotlight on one of our most-trusted and effective contributors.

Kathryn Butler, MD, FACS

EM Clinical Contributor, Med-Challenger Emergency Medicine Section

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Background

Kathryn Butler, MD, FACS, earned her MD from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, then completed her residency and fellowship training in general surgery and surgical critical care, respectively, at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She joined the staff at MGH in the Division of Trauma, Emergency Surgery, and Surgical Critical Care, where she served as Associate Director of the Surgical Clerkship at MGH for Harvard Medical students. She has completed advanced fellowships in medical education with both the American College of Surgeons and with Harvard Medical School, and has a strong interest in fostering critical thinking, clinical acumen, and compassion among future generations of physicians, especially within the specialty of critical care. Her book on end-of-life from a Christian perspective is due from Crossway publishing in 2019.

In Their Own Words

“In 2016, I left clinical practice to attend to the needs of my family. Working with Challenger has been a gift, as it has permitted me to contribute to the field of medical education that I love so much, even when life circumstances have pulled me away from the hospital for a season. It’s an honor to be a part of Challenger’s dynamic efforts toward enhancing learning for physicians.”

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