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Ingrid Blomquist, MD
Head, Medicine, Infectious Disease Division
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Medicine
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice
School of Pharmacy
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
5/2007 - 0/2010 Frequently Asked Questions in Infectious Diseases - for Surgeons
Surgical Residents Lecture Series. 1 hr. - yearly update on common Infectious Diseases problems encountered in the hospital.
5/2007 - Present Yearly: Epidemiology of Animal Borne Infections:  Example Rabies
School of Public Health, yearly Rabies Update for their Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases Course
5/2007 - Present Yearly: Epidemiology of Endemic Fungal Infections
School of Public Health. Yearly update on the Endemic Fungal Infections with emphasis on Coccidioides immitis
1/2007 - 1/2011 Infection Management for Orthopedists
A yearly Orthopedics Department Basic Science Lecture. Interactive lecture on common Infectious Diseases Problems, including timely updates on MRSA, etc.
2/2005 - Present Pharm 511-Pharmacology of Antimicrobial Agents
Introduction to Antibacterial Agents BetaLactams, Vancomycin-1 BetaLactams, Vancomycin-2 Aminoglycosides, Tetracyclines, Macrolides Sulfonamides & Trimethoprim, Quinolones Antianaerobic Agents, Newer Agents Antimicrobial Activity Made Easy Antifungal Agents, 8 lectures
7/1987 - Present Antibiotic Lecture Series - Internal Medicine Clerkship/Resident Selective
Ongoing Antibiotic Use lecture series for Infectious Disease students and residents. 4 hr/mo
Interactive Teaching
3/2006 - 6/2014 Mentor, Internal Medicine Residents
10/1995 - 6/2012 Mentor - LLUSM Christian Mentor program
1 student, 1-2 hours/week
Administrative Teaching Roles
4/2006 - 3/2013 Yearly: Associate Internal Medicine Program Director; Coordinator, Internal Medicine Residency Mentor Program, International Electives, Fellowship guidance, and Research 1.  Recruitment of mentors, review of new resident files, matching pairs, evaluation of mentor effectiveness, reminders to mentors, replacement of mentors. 2.  Development of educational goals, objectives, and requirements for International Electives.  Recruitment and evaluation of International Elective Sites, receiving and evaluating applications, site descriptions.  Assigning specific resident projects for International Elective.  Review of State Department Watch list status, communication to Embasies in evaluation of new sites, etc. 3.  Availability to residents for guidance to ''''''''point persons'''''''' in various specialities for fellowship and research questions.
Design, recruitment, organization, and implementation of the new Internal Medicine Residency Mentor Program
7/2005 - Present Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Selective Coordinator
Preparation of selective goals, objectives, and teaching material. Resident evaluation. 1/2 hr/wk
7/2004 - Present Section Coordinator-Pharmacology of Antimicrobial Agents-Pharm 511
Coordinate lecturers, edit and update syllabus, transfer of documents for upload
7/2000 - Present Infectious Diseases Journal Club Coordinator
4 hours/month
1/2000 - 12/2007 Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds Coordinator
1/2000 - Present Infectious Diseases Medical Student Clerkship Coordinator
Preparations of clerkship goals, objectives, and teaching materials. Student evaluation. 1/2 hr/wk
7/1987 - Present Clinical Coordinator Infectious Disease Elective, Medical Students
Bedside teaching and evaluation of students on elective. 16 hrs/week, when students on rotation. 1-2 students.