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Faculty of Medical Sciences

Dr. Lynn-Marie Lovell

Dr. Lynn-Marie Lovell

Lecturer in Emergency Medicine

Specialist Emergency Physician

Clinical Sciences


Dr.Lynn-Marie Lovell is a proud graduate of the University of the West Indies. She obtained her MBBS degree in 2011 prior to completing her residency in Emergency Medicine in 2017. She joined the Faculty of Medical Sciences as Lecturer in February 2023. 

She is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians and an instructor for Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support and Advanced Paediatric Life Support. Dr.Lovell is skilled in a number of resuscitation courses including Advanced Trauma Life Support, Mass Casualty Management and Emergency Ultrasound. 

Post completion of specialist training with a special interest in Health Administration she completed a post graduate certificate in Health Economics. 

Her areas of interest also include physician wellness and her first published research area was on emergency physician burnout and resilience in the Caribbean populations 


Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, 2011 

Doctor of Medicine, Emergency Medicine, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus 2017 

Post-Graduate Certificate in Health Economics, Middlesex University, 2022 

Research Areas

Dr.Lovell’s research interests are in physician and medical student burnout and resilience as well as medical education. 

2nd place in the Caribbean Emergency Medicine Association Emergency Medicine  

Conference Poster Competition- ‘Lights Out? A first step in tackling burnout among Emergency Physicians in the Caribbean’    


2nd Place in the 18th Annual Professor Sir Errol Walrond Scientific Symposium Presentation on Burnout in Emergency Physicians 

Teaching Areas

Emergency Medicine MEDC5346, MEDC 6705, MEDC 6710 

Undergraduate Programme coordinator 


Lovell LM, Atherley AE, Watson HR, King RD. An exploration of burnout and resilience among emergency physicians at three teaching hospitals in the English-speaking Caribbean: A cross-sectional survey. The Lancet Regional Health-Americas. 2022 Aug 27:100357 

Additional Info 


Emergency Medicine, Medical Education, Physician Wellness, Resuscitation training 

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