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504-988-9150

fax:
504-988-9151

physical location:
131 S. Robertson St., 3rd Floor
New Orleans

mailing address:
1430 Tulane Ave., #8040
New Orleans LA 70112

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SIM CENTER AFFILIATED FACULTY

The Tulane Center for Advanced Medical Simulation and Team Training grants Affiliated Faculty status to those members who commit a minimum amount of time to creating simulation courses and serving as Instructors at the Tulane Sim Center.

Affiliated Faculty commit to a minimum of 10 hours of instruction in simulation per quarter, are the first author of at least one simulation course that has run two times and attend at least 6 Sim Center Monthly meetings per year. Adjunct Faculty commit to a minimum of 5 hours of instruction in simulation per quarter and attend at least 6 Sim Center Monthly meetings per year.


SIM CENTER AFFILIATED FACULTY (as of 1/26/15)

 

Olugbenga A. Akingbola, MD, Pediatrics, Link to CV

  • Course: Interactive Management of Medical Emergencies for the Sedated Pediatric Patient: A High Fidelity Patient Simulation Seminar (CME)
  • Course: Clinical Competency in Pediatric Critical Care, Interdisciplinary Seminars
  • Course: PICU Orientation for Interns and Residents (case based scenarios)

Jennifer Avegno, MD, Emergency Medicine

  • Course: Emergency Medicine Clerkship

Maike Tiede Blaya, MD, Neurology  Link to CV

  • Course: Lumbar Puncture Procedure Teaching Tool, How to Perform a Lumbar Puncture Procedure for Residents
  • Research: Standardized Lumbar Puncture Teaching to Improve Education and Technique for Medical Students and Residents (IRB Approved)

Chayan Chakraborti, MD, Medicine

  • Class: Foundations in Medicine, Procedural Scenarios
  • Class: Foundations in Medicine, Critical Incidents / End of Life
  • Class: Foundations in Medicine, Phlebotomy
  • Class: Foundations in Medicine, Sterile Fields and Scrubbing
  • Class: Foundations in Medicine, Febrile Neutropenia
  • Class: Foundations in Medicine, Suturing and Knot Tying
  • Certified TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer

Craig William Clarkson, Ph.D., Pharmacology, Link to Teaching-E-Portfolio

  • Class: Diagnosis & Treatment of Unstable Angina & Cardiac Arrhythmias
  • Class: Diagnosis & Treatment of Severe Asthmatic Bronchoconstriction (Pediatric)
  • Course: Using Human Patient Simulators to Enhance Basic Science Education Throughout the Undergraduate Health Care Curriculum (IAMSE 2010 Faculty Development Course)

Scott H. Davis, MD, Pediatrics, Link to CV

  • Course: Intro to Nursery, Pediatrics Clerkship
  • Course: Diagnosis & Treatment of Severe Asthmatic Bronchoconstriction (Pediatric)

Dante Galliano, MD, Anesthesia

  • Course: CA-1 Intro for Anesthesia
  • Course: MOCA, Maintenance of Certification for Anesthesia

Eric Glenn, MD, Anesthesia

  • Course: CA-1 Intro for Anesthesia
  • Course: MOCA, Maintenance of Certification for Anesthesia

David Jerrett, DMD, PhD, Anatomy

  • Course: Anatomy Simulation Scenarios

James R. Korndorffer, Jr, MD, Surgery, Link to CV

  • Course:  Surgery Resident Laparoscopic Skills
  • Course: Doctors Office Emergencies
  • Course: Rural Hospital Emergency Department Procedural and Team Training
  • Course: Basic Colonoscopy
  • Research:  Developing Mastery of Suturing and Knot-Tying in the Early Hospital Based Training Years
  • Research: Do Motion Metrics Lead to Improved Skill Acquisition on Simulators?
  • Research: Medical Error Root Cause Analysis Using Simulation (Co-PI)
  • Certified TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer

 N. Kevin Krane, MD, Medicine, Link to CV

  • Course: TeamSTEPPS Essentials
  • Course: Cardiac Sounds on "Harvey"TM
  • Certified TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer

Elma LeDoux, MD, Medicine

  • Course: Mechanisms of Disease
  • Course: Cardiac Sounds

Jaime Palomino, MD, Pulmonary

  • Course: Bronchoscopy for Pulmonary Fellows

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