Following emergency medicine residency training, Dr.
Mould-Millman pursued dual fellowship training in Emergency Medical Services
(EMS) and Global Emergency Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. His
current global health research and projects focus on innovative approaches to
low-resource prehospital education, clinical outcomes and effectiveness
research, predominantly in sub-Saharan Africa.
He is actively engaged in strengthening community-based
emergency response, developing novel prehospital assessment strategies, and
improving outcomes in interfacility emergency referrals. To accomplish this,
Dr. Mould-Millman partners internationally with several academic, government
and private healthcare and EMS agencies, most extensively in Ghana and South
Africa. Projects from these successful collaborations have resulted in several
peer-reviewed publications and international conference presentations. In 2013,
Dr. Mould-Millman Chaired the African Federation for Emergency Medicine’s 2nd
Prehospital Consensus Conference, resulting in landmark consensus paper
regarding development and advocacy for effective African out-of-hospital
emergency care systems. He is currently leading an expert panel towards
reaching consensus in standardization of African prehospital education and
standards of care.