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Phone: 410.735.6450
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ABOUT CEPAR
Dianne Whyne

Dianne M. Whyne R.N., M.S.

  • Director of Operations, Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response (CEPAR)
  • Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine

Education and Professional Preparation

  • Diploma Nursing, St Joseph Hospital, Reading P.A.
  • 1987 B.S.N. Towson State University, Towson MD
  • 1989 M.S. Trauma/Critical Care, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
  • 1989 Graduate Certificate Hospital Administration, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Appointments and Professional Experience

  • 1999 Manager Department of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • 1997 American Heart Association ACLS Regional Faculty
  • 1995 Faculty Assistant, University of Maryland School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD
    1992 Clinical Specialist/Nurse Educator, JH Department of Emergency Medicine
  • 1992 Faculty Associate, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
  • 1989 Clinical Specialist Department of Emergency Medicine Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, MD

Selected Publications:

  • Stuart S, Hsu EB, Thomas T, Whyne D, Green GB.  A Critical Review of Triage Tools for Mass Casualty Incidents. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine [Submitted]
  • Thomas TL, Hsu EB, Whyne D, Bass EB, Jones W, Kelen GD, Green GB.  Competencies & Objectives for Hospital Staff Training in BT Preparedness.  Academic Emerg Med [In Press]
  • Dienmann, Trautman, Shahan, Pinella, Krishnan, Whyne, Bekemier, Campbell. Developing a Domestic Violence Program in an Inner City Academic Health Center Emergency Department:  The first 3 years. Journal of Emergency Nursing 1999; 25:2, 110-115.
  • Whyne, D., Lippincott Manual on Nursing Practice (Chapter 33: Emergency Nursing) 1995.

Honors and Awards:

  • 1989 Summa Cum Laude Graduate, University of Maryland
  • 1987 Summa Cum Laude Graduate Towson University
  • 1987 Sigma Theta Tau, National Nurse Honor Society
  • 1987 Scholastic Achievement Award Towson University