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medical educator

Philip Russel Fine, American medical educator.

Background

Fine, Philip Russel was born on June 19, 1945 in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Herbert Victor and Esther (Schultz) Fine.

Education

Bachelor, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 1966. Managing Successful Programmes.H., University Missouri, Columbia, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oklahoma, 1970.

Career

Chief crash accident investigator, director cardiovascular injury project, Federal Aviation Administration, Oklahoma City, 1967-1970;director research planning and development, Chicago Board Health, 1970-1971;director pediatric lead poisoning detection program, Illinois Department Public Health, Springfield, 1971-1972;health services coordinator, Illinois Department Public Health, Springfield, 1972-1973;executive vice president, Mediclinic Corporation, Des Plaines, Illinois, 1973-1975;executive vice president, Mastercare Health Plan of Illinois, Inc., Des Plaines, Illinois, 1973-1975;executive vice president, Master Health Services, Des Plaines, Illinois, 1973-1975;executive vice president, secretary, Chicago Loop Mediclinic, 1973-1975;executive vice president, Jadie A. Mabry Family Health Center, Chicago, 1973-1975;professor rehabilitation medicine, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, 1975-1987;associate professor, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, 1975-1987;clinical assistant professor school Nursing, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, 1975-1987;director research, medical rehabilitation research and training Center Spinal Cord Dysfunction, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, 1975-1987;co-director Spinal Cord Injury Care System, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, 1975-1987;founder, director Injury Prevention Research Center, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, since 1986;director arthritis rehabilitation research, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, since 1988;professor clinical immunological rheumatology, U. Alabama School Medicine, Birmingham, since 1988. Co-director National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, 1983-1987. Co-founder, board directors National Ocean Access Project.

Founder, principal Philip R. Fine & Associations, Birmingham, 1987-1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles in field of spinal cord injury to professional journals. Member editorial board Alabama Journal Medical Sciences. Co-host radio talk show, The Fine Line, Station WAPI-AM, Birmingham, since 1988.

Membership

Chairman Governor's Task Force on Drunk Driving, 1983-1987. Founder Jefferson County chapter Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Member National Rehabilitation Association, American College Epidemiology, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, World Federation Neurology, American Association Automotive Medicine, National Council University Research Administrators, Alabama Academy of Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Dee Woerner, December 23, 1966. Children– Erik D., Matthew J.

father:
Herbert Victor Fine

mother:
Esther (Schultz) Fine

spouse:
Dee Woerner

child:
Erik D. Fine

child:
Matthew J. Fine