Clinical Data Analyst: ED Operations
Nagoya University School of Medicine, 2003
Postgraduate Medical Education Program, Kainan Hospital, 2005
Internship, Nagoya Ekisaikai Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine, 2007
Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University, 2010
Emergency Medicine Administrative Fellowship, Oregon Health and Science University, 2012
MBA, Healthcare, Oregon Health and Science University/Portland State University, 2012
American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2011
Japanese Emergency Medicine
Watase, T. The Fundamental Pathophysiology of Shock. Resident, April 2014; Vol.7 No.4: 31-36.
Watase T, Yarris LM, Fu R, and Handel DA. Educating Emergency Medicine Residents in Emergency Department Administration and Operations: Needs and Current Practice. Journal of Graduate Medical Education In-Press (Published Online: September 26, 2014). Replace “Watase, T. The Impact of an ED-only Full Capacity Protocol. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. November 2011: 17.
Watase T, Fu R, Foster D, Langley D, Handel DA. The Impact of an ED-only Full-Capacity Protocol. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2012 Oct;30(8):1329-35. 3. Watase, T. The Fundamental Pathophysiology of Shock, Resident, April 2014; Vol.7 No.4: 31-36. 4. Watase, T. Frequently Encountered Fractures in the ED, ER Magazine, December 2014, Vol. 11, No. 3: 505-512.
Watase, T. Looking into The Great Eastern Japan Earthquake from Abroad. Journal of Emergency Medical Services (Japanese). December 2011; 112 (19): 60-64.