University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Family Medicine

Bio for Peter Igneri, P.A.-C, M.M.Sc.
Peter Igneri, P.A.-C, M.M.Sc.

Peter Igneri, P.A.-C, M.M.Sc.

Clinical Instructor
Division of Trauma and Critical Care
Department of Surgery


Contact Information
E-mail: Peter.Igneri@uvm.edu
Office Location:
Surgery, Fletcher 4, VT

Education

Masters in Medical Science, Emory University Physician Assistant Program, Atlanta, GA.  1994
B.A.--Psychology, Kenyon College, Gamblier, OH. 1992

Academic Appointments

Clinical Instructor in Surgery, Division of Trauma and Critical Care, Department of Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 2003 - present

Part Time Instructor--Community College of Vermont, Winooski VT, 2011-2012

Clinical Instructor--Family Medicine, College of Medicine, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, 1996 - 2011

Instructor, University of Vermont School of Nursing, Burlington, VT, 2005 - 2009

Adjunct Clinical  Instructor,
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences,  Manchester NH,  2004 - present
University of New England, PA program,  Portland ME., 2007 - present
Drexel/Hahnemann PA program, Philadelphia PA.,  2010

Teaching Experience

Instructor--University of Vermont School of Nursing, Orthopedic procedures in Primary Care with Nancy Morris, ANP, PhD., 2003
Instructor--University of Vermont College of Medicine, Interviewing/Doctoring skills.
Online tutorial and testing for trauma rotation for residents and students. July 2004
Lab Instructor--University of Vermont Family Medicine Interest Group suturing.
Course Coordinator--Advaced trauma operative Management (ATOM).
Course Coordinator and Instructor--Advanced Burn Life Support.
Course Coordinator and Instructor--Surgery Clerkship trauma simulator module.
Clinical Instructor--
for Physician Assistant students from UNE (Biddeford, ME & MCPHS-Manchester, NH)

Research Interests

Burn, Shock, and Research coordination.

Professional Activities

American Burn Association (ABA) – National Faculty for ABLS course (2010), 2010 - present
The Joint Commission- Patient Technical Advisory Committee (PTAC).  Alternate representative for the AAPA.  2010
Vermont Board of Medical Practice – Ad Hoc Board Member, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011
Bi-State primary Care Conference 2000 – Participant.  Future search.  Nationally funded program to seek out direction and plans for the future of medical care in Vermont.  2000
Testify for Vermont Secretary of State on professional regulation issues.  1991 - 2001
Physician Assistant Academy of Vermont (PAAV)
• Delegate to the AAPA house of delegates (HOD) 1999
• President–Elect- 1999-2000
• President- 2000-2002
• Reimbursement Coordinator  2002 - 2007
AAPA Constituent Chapter Organizational Workshop & Bridges participant  1999
Physician Assistant Academy of Vermont (PAAV)  1994 - present
• Public education chairman (built website and developed PSA on smoking, ETOH, and breast cancer) 1996 - 1999
Student academy program liaison SE region (AAPA)  1994
American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) 2010-present

Publications

Freiburg, C., P. Igneri, et al. (2007). "Effects of differences in percent total body surface area estimation on fluid resuscitation of transferred burn patients." Journal of Burn Care & Research 28(1): 42.

Rogers, F., S. Shackford, et al. (2005). "Workload redistribution: a new approach to the 80-hour workweek." The Journal of Trauma - Injury Infection & Critical Care 58(5): 911-16.

Rogers, F. B., L. Madsen, et al. (2005). "A needs assessment for regionalization of trauma care in a rural state." The American Surgeon 71(8): 690-93.