Research & Publications
Leigh Evans, MD is an Associate Professor and Medical Simulation Section Chief in the Department of Emergency Medicine, and the Executive Director of Yale Center for Healthcare Simulation.
She is the recipient of the Outstanding Teaching Award in Emergency Medicine in 2003 and 2005. Dr. Evans is the recipient of the Yale School of Medicine Bohmfalk Teaching Prize in 2008, the Alvan R. Feinstein Award in 2015, and the 2019 American College of Emergency Physicians National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Award.
Her research interests are in the transfer of simulation skills to the clinical setting and the use of simulation for medical student and resident clinical assessment. She was the Principal Investigator for an AHRQ grant “Simulation Training for Ultrasound Guided Central Venous Catheter Insertion” and she is currently the PI for an AHRQ RO1 "Improving patient and clinician safety during COVID-19 through a rapidly adaptive simulation intervention."
Education & Training
- ResidentYale-New Haven Hospital (2002)
- ResidentYale-New Haven Hospital (1995)
- MDWashington University School of Medicine (1990)
Honors & Recognition
|Bohmfalk Teaching Prize||Yale Medical School||2008|
|Outstanding Teaching in Emergency Medicine||Emergency Medicine Resident Staff||2005|
|Distinguished Teacher Award for Medical Education||Society of Distinguished Teachers, Yale University School of Medicine||2005|
|Outstanding Teaching in Emergency Medicine,||Emergency Medicine Resident Staff||2003|