Dr. Frederick M. Schiavone, M.D., F.A.C.E.P. is Vice Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at Stony Brook University. Dr. Schiavone received his medical degree from the University of Bologna. He served as the Residency Program Director and Director of Medical Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine and is currently the Associate Dean for Medical Education in the School of Medicine. Dr. Schiavone trained at the State University of New York at Downstate in Internal Medicine and then further trained in Emergency Medicine at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center. He is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine.
His role as Vice Dean for Graduate Medical Education encompasses the oversight of all the accredited and unaccredited residency training programs at Stony Brook University Hospital and School of Medicine. He is the Designated Institutional Official (DIO) for Graduate Medical Education for the Stony Brook University Hospital system. This position also involves curriculum design and evaluation, and implementation of competency outcome measures to evaluate the quality of medical education from the first to the last year of resident/fellowship training. He is a graduate of the Harvard Macy Leadership Program as well as the Graduate Medical Education Leadership Development Program, sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges He received the medical education grant, Enhancing Education Clinical Transaction Grant co sponsored by the AAMC and the New York Academy of Medicine. He has published in several emergency medicine handbooks and chapters in textbooks.
Dr. Schiavone has also served as a consultant for the Family Violence Prevention Fund of San Francisco, served as chair of the Violence Prevention Committee and the Domestic Violence Task Force for the National Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians and was recognized by Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk County (VIBS) Honoree for his Outstanding Contributions to medical education in domestic violence.