Research Output per year
I completed by fellowship in Neonatology at Northwestern and have been an attending at both Lurie Children's and Prentice Women's Hospital since graduating in 2015. I have a passion for simulation-based education and am part of the faculty in the kidSTAR Medical Education Program at Lurie Children's. I am also actively involved in the Society for Simulation In Healthcare and have recently served on the planning committee for their yearly international meeting.
I am working on developing a comprehensive and collaborative neonatology educational curriculum that meets the educational needs of various levels of learners within our division, as well as the inter-professional teams within both of our neonatal intensive care units. I am particularly interested in creating curricula designed to develop proficiency in neonatal resuscitation and procedures and identify systems processes that require improvement to optimize patient care outcomes and workplace safety culture.
|2011||Internship, University of Michigan|
|2011||Residency, University of Michigan|
|2015||Fellowship, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine|
MD, University of Toledo
… → 2008
- Curriculum Design
- Medical Education
- Patient Safety
- Post-Graduate Medical Education
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article