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ABOUT CEPAR
James J. Scheulen

 James J. Scheulen, PA-C

  • Executive Director, Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response (CEPAR)
  • Executive Director, National Center of Excellence for the Study of Preparedness and Catastrophic Event Response (PACER)
  • Chief Administrative Officer, Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine
  • Director, Johns Hopkins LifeLine
  • Director, Referring Physicians Services
    President, JHEMS, LLC

Education and Professional Preparation

  • M.B.A., Health Care Concentration, Loyola College, 1988
  • B.S., Psychology, Johns Hopkins University, 1985
  • A.A., Physician Assistant Program, Essex Comm. College & Johns Hopkins University, 1975

Appointments and Professional Experience

  • 1990-pres      Administrator, Department of Emergency Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University
  • 2001-pres      President, Johns Hopkins Emergency Services, LLC, The Johns Hopkins Emergency Medical System
  • 2001-pres      Research Associate, Department of Emergency Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University
  • 1997-pres      Director, Medical Transportation & Referring Physician Services, Johns Hopkins Medicine    
  • 1988-1990     Marketing Manager, BioSuface Technology
  • 1985-1988     Instructor, EMT-P Program, Division of Allied Health, Essex Community College
  • 1977-1988     Sr. Physician Assistant, Baltimore Regional Burn Center, Baltimore City Hospital
  • 1975-1977     Physician Assistant, Surgical Emergency Department, Baltimore City Hospital

Research Interests

  • Emergency Medicine ? Disaster Preparedness ? Education and Training ? Patient Transportation (ground & air) ? Integration of JHHS with all local, state and federal plans and providing operational coordination during emergency events.

Selected Publications 

  • Kohri, K., Latimer, C.K., Catlett, C.L., Scheulen, J.J. and Kelen, G.D.:  The Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response, Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest, Volume 24 (4): 321-326, 2003.

Research Summary

  • Advisor on approximately $1 million of funded research work on disaster preparedness.  Funding source is AHRQ.