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Dr. David N. Bailey

Assistant Dean for CME

Marshall University

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Marshall University

One John Marshall Drive

Huntington, West Virginia 25755

United States

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The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine ( www.musom.marshall.edu) is a community-based, Veterans Affairs affiliated medical school dedicated to providing high quality medical education and postgraduate training programs to foster a skil ... more

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Society for Academic CME - Award Winners

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David Bailey Marshall University


Preparing the path

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David Bailey feels his work now will benefit people for years to come

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David N. Bailey is assistant dean at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Continuing Medical Education.
HUNTINGTON -- David Bailey is not a physician, but he makes sure the doctors in the state are licensed.
"I can physically see my work here," Bailey said."I,m not just sitting around wasting my time."
Bailey is the first African-American assistant at Marshall University,s school of medicine.He has served in the position since 1999.
Bailey said the medical field is constantly changing because of findings from research.He said a lot of organizations like the United States Department of Agriculture often affect the way medicine is being taught.
"When I became assistant dean in 1999, the medical school was in a transition year," Bailey said."The medical school had just moved to a new site at Cabell Huntington Hospital and enormous changes were being made in national policy toward medical education."
Dr. James Schneider, dean of the medical school and vice president of the health science division, said Bailey is responsible for making sure the physicians at Cabell Huntington and others in the private sector, keep their accreditation.
...
Bailey said he has always had an interest in working in the medical field.He said he would have gone to medical school, but wasn,t fortunate enough to get in.He said he found another way to get involved in the field he had an interest in.
"When I found out it was more to the medical field than just seeing patients, I started looking into other areas," Bailey said."Now, I am doing something in the field that I enjoy a lot."
Bailey, who has been with the school of medicine since 1983, said he enjoys working with his colleagues in the school of medicine."Longevity in my position is proof of my acceptance," Bailey said."I was promoted to assistant dean in July 1999."
Bailey said the medical school currently has three African Americans enrolled and another two have been accepted for the fall.Of those five students, Bailey said he recruited two of them.He said over a four-year period, classes in the medical school usually have 48 students.
"I feel that I have been a pioneer for those to come," Bailey said."My philosophy throughout my life has been ,Performance is the bridge to acceptance in any arena., "
Schneider said Bailey is great to work with.
...
"Bailey does a wonderful job," Schneider said.
...
Bailey said there aren,t enough African Americans attending medical schools throughout the United States.
"The competition for qualified African American students is very high on a national level," Bailey said.
...
With a busy schedule, Bailey said he still keeps a close relationship with his family.
Bailey said he has been married to his wife, Pamela, who is the principal of Spring Hill Elementary School, for 22-years.He said they have two sons and somehow, always make time for each other.
"I tutor students at her school and I see her then," Bailey said."I help some of the students with math and science."
Pamela said she is very supportive of her husband and is proud of what he has accomplished.


Preparing the path

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David Bailey feels his work now will benefit people for years to come

...
David N. Bailey is assistant dean at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Continuing Medical Education.
HUNTINGTON -- David Bailey is not a physician, but he makes sure the doctors in the state are licensed.
"I can physically see my work here," Bailey said."I,m not just sitting around wasting my time."
Bailey is the first African-American assistant at Marshall University,s school of medicine.He has served in the position since 1999.
Bailey said the medical field is constantly changing because of findings from research.He said a lot of organizations like the United States Department of Agriculture often affect the way medicine is being taught.
"When I became assistant dean in 1999, the medical school was in a transition year," Bailey said."The medical school had just moved to a new site at Cabell Huntington Hospital and enormous changes were being made in national policy toward medical education."
Dr. James Schneider, dean of the medical school and vice president of the health science division, said Bailey is responsible for making sure the physicians at Cabell Huntington and others in the private sector, keep their accreditation.
...
Bailey said he has always had an interest in working in the medical field.He said he would have gone to medical school, but wasn,t fortunate enough to get in.He said he found another way to get involved in the field he had an interest in.
"When I found out it was more to the medical field than just seeing patients, I started looking into other areas," Bailey said."Now, I am doing something in the field that I enjoy a lot."
Bailey, who has been with the school of medicine since 1983, said he enjoys working with his colleagues in the school of medicine."Longevity in my position is proof of my acceptance," Bailey said."I was promoted to assistant dean in July 1999."
Bailey said the medical school currently has three African Americans enrolled and another two have been accepted for the fall.Of those five students, Bailey said he recruited two of them.He said over a four-year period, classes in the medical school usually have 48 students.
"I feel that I have been a pioneer for those to come," Bailey said."My philosophy throughout my life has been ,Performance is the bridge to acceptance in any arena., "
Schneider said Bailey is great to work with.
...
"Bailey does a wonderful job," Schneider said.
...
Bailey said there aren,t enough African Americans attending medical schools throughout the United States.
"The competition for qualified African American students is very high on a national level," Bailey said.
...
With a busy schedule, Bailey said he still keeps a close relationship with his family.
Bailey said he has been married to his wife, Pamela, who is the principal of Spring Hill Elementary School, for 22-years.He said they have two sons and somehow, always make time for each other.
"I tutor students at her school and I see her then," Bailey said."I help some of the students with math and science."
Pamela said she is very supportive of her husband and is proud of what he has accomplished.


A note from Dean David N. ...

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A note from Dean David N. Bailey ( baileyd@marshall.edu ) regarding Global Learning Objectives for Regularly Scheduled Series (RSSs) : The following learning objectives ...


News and Coffee - you make the coffee and we'll get the news

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Dr. David N. Bailey, who will also be dean of the medical school, hopes to reform the university's scandal-plagued programs and hospital.

The linchpin of UC Irvine's plan to reform its scandal-plagued medical programs fell into place Thursday with the hiring of Dr. David N. Bailey as vice chancellor for health affairs.

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