Erin Eileen Morley
Erin Eileen Morley
Dr. Erin Morley is an academic general internist and UBC Clinical Assistant Professor at Vancouver General Hospital and St Paul’s Hospital. She completed her medical school undergraduate training at UBC where she was recognized as a Wesbrook Scholar and awarded the Sherwood Lett UBC Premier Undergraduate Scholarship.
Dr. Morley completed her internal medicine residency at UBC, where she was selected as VGH Chief Medical Resident. Her fellowship took place at UBC in General Internal Medicine and at McMaster University, where she focused on Perioperative Cardiovascular Medicine. She has a special research and clinical interest in perioperative medicine with a focus on cardiovascular risk management in additional to general medicine.
Dr. Morley has a special research interest and scholarly focus in perioperative medicine. Her involvement in research to date has included a review of perioperative myocardial injury, an assessment of the safety of ACE inhibitors during the perioperative period, and she is actively involved in multiple upcoming studies including looking at perioperative OSA , perioperative normothermia, and preventing myocardial injury.
Yung, T., & Morley, E. (2017). First Canadian guidelines on perioperative cardiac risk assessment and management for patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery. This Changed My Practice. LINK
Sloan, E., Morley, E., & Devereaux, PJ. (2016). Prevention, Epidemiology, and Prognosis of Perioperative Myocardial Injury. Cardiovascular Medicine, 19(4):103–109
Roshanov, P. S., Rochwerg, B., Patel, A., Salehian, O., Duceppe, E., Belley-Côté, E. P., … & Tandon, V. (2017). Withholding versus Continuing Angiotensin-converting Enzyme Inhibitors or Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers before Noncardiac SurgeryAn Analysis of the Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN Prospective Cohort. Anesthesiology: The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, 126(1), 16-27.
Hampson, E., & Morley, E. E. (2013). Estradiol concentrations and working memory performance in women of reproductive age. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38(12), 2897-2904.