Prof. Dr. Ronald Paul
Associate Professor: Dept of Family Medicine and Community Medicine, Dept of Anesthesiology, Duke University
- High School Senior Matriculation with Honours, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, 1969
- Diploma, Baptist Leadership Training School, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 1970
- B.Sc. Biochemistry, University of Calgary, 1981
- M.D. University of Calgary, 1986
- Family Medicine Residency, Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., Canada 1986-8
- Diplomate, American Board of Family Practice, 2000, recertified 2006, 2015
- Certificant of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, 1988
- Diploma in Sport Medicine, Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine, 1993
- ACLS-renewed 1997, 1999, 2005, 2010, 2014, 2016 ATLS 1988, 1998
- ACLS instructor 2001 to 2005
- American Medical Association
- American Society of Anesthesiologists
- American Academy of Family PhysiciansMmollis lobortis lorem.
- American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
- Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine
- Society for Perioperative Assessment and Quality Improvement
- Society for the Advancement of Blood Management
- Congregation at Duke Chapel
Research activity & latest publication
- Olson RP, Dhakal IB. Day of surgery cancellation rate after preoperative telephone nurse screening or
comprehensive optimization visit. Perioperative Medicine 2015;4:12
- Olson, Ronald P. Return to Collision Sport after Pneumomediastinum. Current Sports Medicine Reports:
- Olson, Ron. Managing the Diabetic Surgical Patient. Outpatient Surgery. Aug 2009
- Olson RP, Bethel MA, Lien LF. Preoperative Hypoglycemia in a Patient on Detemir Insulin. Anesth and Analg.
- Olson RP, Harrell LJ, Kaye KS. Antibiotic resistance in urinary isolates of Eschericia coli from college
women with urinary tract infections. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 2009;53(3):1285-6.
- Olson, Ron. Latest Recommendations on Perioperative Cardiac Investigations and Use of Beta Adrenergic
Blocking Agents. Journal of Medical Sciences (Taiwan) 2007;27(4):147-152.
- Olson RP. Stone A. Lubarsky D. The prevalence and significance of low preoperative hemoglobin in ASA
1 or 2 outpatient surgery candidates. Anesth & Analg. 2005;101(5): 1