Dr. David Bahner, MD, RDMS, FAIUM, FAAEM, FACEP
Board Certification   
Emergency Medicine, Abdomen
Current Professional Affiliation
Professor
Ultrasound Director
Department of Emergency Medicine
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Columbus, Ohio (1995-2006)
Participation in AIUM Committee Work
Section on Emergency Ultrasound (2001-2006)
Membership Committee (2001-2006)Chair (2010-2016)
Regional Course Committee (2002-2005)
CME Committee (2006)
AIUM Steering Committee Compact Ultrasound Forum, (April 21-22, 2004 & April 21, 2006) (2003-2006)
AIUM Residency Training Guideline Committee (2003-2005)
Ultrasound Training Requirements Workgroup (2006)
Elective Offices
Co-Chair Emergency Ultrasound Section 2001-2002
Vice Chair Membership Committee 2006-2007
Vice Chair CME Committee 2006-2007
Senior Membership 2006
Contributions as a Faculty Member at AIUM Meetings
Super Acute Emergencies: Hypotension in the ED (AIUM regional conference Las Vegas (2001)
B QUIET: B mode Quality Ultrasound Imaging Examination Technique. AIUM National Conference. Nashville, Tennessee (2002)
US ECHO I for first year Medical Students. AIUM National Conference. Nashville, Tennessee. (2002)
US Research at a National Emergency Medicine Conference. AIUM National Conference. Nashville, Tennessee (2002)
The Emergent Hypotensive Patient: AIUM/WFUMB International Ultrasound Conference. Montreal, Canada (2003)
US ECHO Ultrasound Educational Competency Hierarchical Outcomes. World Federation Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (WFUMB) Seoul South Korea (2006)
Scheduled Categorical Course Presenter, Ultrasound in Medical Education. AIUM Conference. NY, NY (2007)
Primary Area(s) of Ultrasound Experience
Abdominal Ultrasound
Medical Student Ultrasound Education
Prehospital Ultrasound Education
Wireless Ultrasound Technology
Administrative Ultrasound Governance
Publications
Hypotension and Ultrasound
Emergency Medical Education and Ultrasound
Novel Uses of Ultrasound
40 Peer reviewed manuscripts
80 Published abstracts and Poster Presentations
5 Book Chapters
Affiliations and Positions with Other Professional Societies
American College of Emergency Physicians ACEP 1995-2015 (Web Coordinator Emergency Ultrasound Section)
Society of Academic Emergency Medicine SAEM 1996-2015 (US section)
American Academy of Emergency Medicine AAEM (1998-2015)
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography ARDMS (2000-2016)
Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography SDMS (2000-2016)
American Institute of Ultrasound In Medicine AIUM (1998-2016)
American Medical Association AMA (1995-2016)
American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS (2002-2016)
Ohio State Medical Association OSMA (2002-2016)
Columbus Medical Association CMA (2002-2016)
Medical Review Club (2003-2016)
WINFOCUS –An international Focused Ultrasound Society (2006)
What are your Goals for the AIUM?
My name is David P. Bahner and I have been an ultrasound enthusiast since 1992. Since that time I have seen US use in
medicine grow exponentially and I am enthusiastic about it's potential in the 21st century. I received my M.D from the University of Cincinnati in 1995 and my RDMS in 2000. After attending multiple national and international meetings during the past 20 years I have concluded that there needs to be a more standard ultrasound education for America's health care providers. This is the way that ultrasound can affect our patient’s to improve outcomes and foster their safety.

The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine can promote ultrasound and increase its membership by continuing as an umbrella organization, promoting competent and quality ultrasound, and moving forward from the strides of the twentieth century toward the challenges of the 21st century. This new century is ready for a new paradigm in regards to ultrasound in medicine. I truly believe that bedside ultrasound can be as indispensible to the 21st century physician as the stethoscope was to those in the 20th. I thank you for your consideration as a nominee to this prestigious organization!