Patient safety and quality improvement; Evaluation and prevention of healthcare errors; Utility of telemedicine in intensive care units
Dr. Asad Latif is an assistant professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine and international health at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His areas of clinical expertise include anesthesiology, critical care medicine, transplant surgery and vascular surgery. Dr. Latif is a faculty member in the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and the Adult Critical Care Fellowship Program in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine.
Traveling around the world while growing up, he attended medical school at the Aga Khan University Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan. After starting out in surgery, he completed his residency in anesthesiology with the State University of New York in Brooklyn and a fellowship in critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins. He has been serving on the Johns Hopkins faculty since completing his clinical training in 2008. He subsequently obtained an M.P.H. from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, focusing on health systems and international health.
Dr. Latif's research interests include patient safety and quality improvement, with an emphasis on preventing hospital-acquired infections and improving health systems; the evaluation and prevention of healthcare errors; and the utility of telemedicine in intensive care units.
Dr. Latif was awarded a Faculty Pilot Grant in Global Health from the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health in 2010.