Improving global prehospital and emergency medicine, public health, and disaster health care and preparedness

Sean Smith

Sean Smith is a humanitarian/flight nurse-paramedic who is triple board-certified in neonatal, pediatric, and adult critical care and emergency medicine. He has 30+ years of education and team/leadership experience that include Research Physiology, Nuclear Engineering Technology, US Navy Aviation/NASA Manned Space Flight Support, High-Performance Teams/High Yield Pedagogy, dozens of national/international conference presentations and author credits, numerous professional societies and charities, various awards and honors, and over 40 medical missions in eight different countries, including serving for several months as a clinician-educator in the Hot Zone during the largest Ebola outbreak in history.

He is currently active in building sustainable adult and pediatric community health and critical care/emergency medicine capacity in Guyana, Haiti, and Nepal, as well as serving as part of a multidisciplinary sexual assault forensics team in Guyana. Hobbies include SCUBA and vintage science kits, tube amplifiers, and motorcycles. He has served in WADEM leadership since 2017 and it is his pleasure, privilege, and honor to currently represent you as your servant leader Secretary on the WADEM Board of Directors. Your Board is here for YOU, because of YOU! Please don’t hesitate to reach out. Much appreciation and many thanks.