Dr. Peter P. Taillac, MD, FACEP

Professor, Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. 

EMS Medical Director, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness, State of Utah Department of Health. 

Dr. Taillac, along with other colleagues started the JeevaRaksha project in 2014 and was involved in the design, development, piloting and training of trainers for the comprehensive Emergency Care Life Support (c-ECLS) course. 

He has taught this course in Morocco, Ghana and Uzbekistan.

Past member,Board of Directors, National Association of EMS Physicians, USA. 

Has many research publications and chapters in text books of emergency medicine. 

On Editorial Board Emergency Medical Services and Pre Hospital Emergency Care.

Invited speaker at multiple U.S. and international conferences

Area of Interest and Expertise: EMS (prehospital care), EMS education, EMS / trauma systems development, disaster preparedness, hemorrhage control, cardiac arrest, and time-critical illnesses and injuries.   

Dr Taillac has been working in India since 2008:

Developed EMT and Paramedic Programs for Fortis Escorts Cardiac Institute in New Delhi to provide emergency medical services for 2018 Commonwealth Games, Delhi. 

Developed & executed ‘Ward Boy’ training program. Baroda Medical College, Gujarat.  

Invited speaker at the AIIMS Annual EMS Conference.