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20002020

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Research Interests

I am a pediatric emergency medicine practitioner and educator who began my work at Northwestern and Lurie Children's in 2001, having completed residency and fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital. I am the Director of the founder of the kidSTAR Medical Education Program. I am actively involved in the Society for SImulation In Healthcare and the INSPIRE pediatric simulation research consortium.

I am interested in the development of graduate education curricula based on robust assessment programs. I am particularly focused on communicating to peers about current validity frameworks and how this applies to the development of assessments. I am actively involved in the divisional fellowship program, teaching a weekly research curriculum. I am also an associate director within the Office of Faculty Program in the Department of Pediatrics.

I am interested pediatric sepsis evaluation and improvement in treatment efficiency. I have been actively involved in the Lurie ED sepsis QI process. I am also interested in education for Outreach clinical providers in the Lurie Children's system

Certifications and Licenses

Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics

Training Experience

1995Residency, Johns Hopkins Hospital
2001Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Education/Academic qualification

MD, University of Pittsburgh

… → 1992

Research interests

  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Post-Graduate Medical Education
  • Simulation

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