Phillip Stephens is the author of non-fiction books.
With a Doctorate in Health Science (DHSc), Stephens teaches subjects such as research methodology & evidence based medicine to doctoral level students while practicing Emergency Medicine (EM) as a Physician Assistant since 1990. He also serves as an Assistant Professor of an EM Residency Program.
Stephens is a 5th Degree Black Belt in Ketsugo Do Jujutsu. In 2002, Stephens won the Sport Karate Amateur International (SKIL) World Championship Self-Defense Division held in Panama City, Florida. In 2003, he was the Silver Medalist in the Self-Defense Division of the National Black Belt League (NBL) during the World Championships held in Houston, Texas after a perfect season of 10 First Place wins on the East Coast. He holds other state & regional titles sanctioned by the SKIL, NBL and Martial Arts Tournament Tour (MATT).
In 2013, Stephens was appointed by the State of North Carolina to serve as a Commissioner with the NC Boxing Commission, which regulates combat sports including boxing and mixed martial arts (MMA). Former Boxing Heavyweight World Champion James "Bonecrusher" Smith was the first chairman of this commission.
Kirkus Reviews calls his book, "Winning Fights" - "A clear & strongly worded fighting manual in the long tradition of Sun Tzu."
"Emergency Medicine: The Inside Edge"
Publishers Release Date is October 9th, 2018 by Wolters Kluwer
Concise, evidence based, and packed with quick-reference features, Emergency Medicine: The Inside Edge is your go-to source for fast, accurate decision making in emergency situations. It provides vital information on 81 frequently seen conditions –right in the pocket of your scrubs.
Brief, evidence-based content that facilitates the thought process for quick, informed decision making – essential for every emergency health care provider.
Validated scoring systems to support clinical decision making and justify treatment.
Vibrant, full-color design and a readable font make reference quick and easy.
A useful appendix contains quick-reference tables and figures on topics like myocardial infarctions, pediatric vitals, insulin scales, and more.