Dr. Schlicher is a civil litigation practitioner emphasizing in medical malpractice defense, health care law, professional licensing, and medical ethics. His practice is presently limited to research, while he completes An emergency medicine residency program at Wright State University and surrounding hospitals in Ohio.
Pacific Lutheran University - BA, 2000
- B.A. in Biology, B.A. in Political Science, Minor in Chemistry
- Graduated summa cum laude.
University of Washington School of Law - JD, 2002
- Health Law Concentration Endorsement
- Dispute Resolution Concentration Endorsement
University of Washington School of Medicine - MD, 2006
- Director of Emergency Medicine Interest Group, 2003-2004.
- WWAMI Rural Integrated Training Experience (WRITE) Program participant from January to June 2005 in Soldotna, Alaska.
Wright State University - Emergency Medicine Resident 2009
- Clinical duties at Kettering Medical Center, Miami Valley Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Children’s Medical Center, Wright Patterson Air Force Base Hospital, and Greene Memorial Hospital
Publications, Grants, Teaching
Schlicher NR. Case Report: Catastrophic Intraparenchymal Hemorrhage Not Detected on MRI. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Simulation Interest Group Online Case Databank (Submission Pending).
Schlicher NR, Ten Eyck RP. Medical Malpractice: Utilization of Layered Simulation for Resident Education. Acad Emerg Med. 2008 Nov; (Accepted for publication, proofs returned).
Schlicher NR. Advocacy Corner. EM Resident. 2008 Aug; 35(4): 6-7.
Schlicher NR. Case Report: Balloon Tamponade of Severe Vaginal Hemorrhage. Ann Emerg Med. 2008 Aug; vol 52(2): 148-150.
Schlicher NR, Ten Eyck RP. Innovation in Emergency Medicine Education: Layered Simulation: A Novel Approach to Medical Malpractice Education. Acad Emerg Med. 2008 May; 15 (5) Supp 1: S228.
Schlicher NR, Ten Eyck RP. Abstract: Medical Malpractice: Identifying the Knowledge Gap. Acad Emerg Med. 2008 May; 15 (5) Supp 1: S142.
Tews M, Schlicher NR, Singer J. Evidence Based Management of Children with Febrile Seizures, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports, 2008 Jan; Vol 13(1): 1-12.
Schlicher NR. Living Canvas, The Legible Script, 2005 Spring. 6: 64-66.
Dr. Schlicher has obtained the following certifications:
- ADLS(Advanced Disaster Life Support), last certified January 2008.
- NDLS(National Disaster Life Support) Instructor, last certified January 2008.
- ACLS(Advanced Cardiac Life Support) Instructor, last certified April 2008.
- ATLS(Advanced Trauma Life Support), last certified June 2006.
- ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), last certified April 2008.
- PALS(Pediatric Advanced Life Support), last certified June 2006.
- BDLS(Basic Disaster Life Support), last certified August 2006.
- American Medical Association, Member, March 2007 – Present.
- Emergency Medicine Resident Association (EMRA), Member, June 2006 – Present.
- American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), Member, November 2004 –Present.
- Ohio College of Emergency Physicians, Member, December 2006 – Present.
- Society of Academic Emergency Medicine(SAEM), Member, September 2006 – Present.
- Washington State Trial Lawyers Association(WSTLA), Member, 2000-present.
- American Bar Association(ABA), Member, 2000-present
- Washington State Bar Association, Member, 2002-present
- American Medical Students Association Member, September 2002 – June 2006.
- American Academy of Family Practice, September 2002 – June 2006.
- Schlicher NR, Ten Eyck RP. ACLS Experience Across Specialties.
- June – September 2008.
- Ten Eyck RP, Schlicher NR, Grobaneck D. Impact of Time on Root Cause Analysis.
- July – October 2008.
- Schlicher NR, Proctor T. Physician in Triage Quality Improvement Project. August 2008.
- Schlicher NR. Novel Approach to Medical Malpractice Education in an Internal Medicine Residency Program. August 2008.
- Schlicher NR, Ten Eyck RP. Deposition Training in an Emergency Medicine Residency.
- December 2008.
He is a native of Washington State, born in Bremerton. Dr. Schlicher has resided in Bremerton, Tacoma, Seattle, and currently in Kettering, Ohio.
Dr. Schlicher was admitted to practice in the State of Washington at the age of 19 in 2002. He continued to practice while attending the University of Washington School of Medicine in pursuit of his medical doctorate. Although recent to the bar, he has been an employee of JGKMW for over nine years working in a variety of capacities. He has already assisted with over a dozen trials, working closely with trial counsel on opening and closing statements and presentations.
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