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Emmanuel Katsaros, DO
Associate Professor, Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
12/2012 “Treatment Outcomes in SLE” Loma Linda University Medical Center Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. Loma Linda, California
10/2011 “Rheumatic Diseases and Monitoring” Loma Linda University Medical Center, Ophthalmology Grand Rounds. Loma Linda, California
9/2010 “Eosinophilic Vasculitis.” Loma Linda University Medical Center Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. Loma Linda, California
9/2009 "Is this lupus?” Loma Linda University Medical Center, Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. Loma Linda, California.
4/2006 - Present Rheumatoid Arthritis
This one-hour lecture served as an introduction to the signs/symptoms, pathophysiology, treatment and prognosis of rheumatoid arthritis . Part of medicine resident core curriculm.
1/2006 Oral Health Care Considerations in Patients with Rheumatic Disease
This one-hour lecture provided an overview of various rheumatic diseases that may affect the oral care of patients. Audience: Dental Hygiene Students
11/2005 - 11/2006 Rheumatoid Arthritis and Spondylarthitis
The thirty-five minute lecture to medical students provided an introduction to rheumatoid arthritis,and spondylarthritis.
7/2005 Updates in Apheresis - Pearls to Order By
The one-hour lecture provided recent updates in apheresis and included an introduction to the theory and practice of aphereresis. Audience: rheumatology attendings, residents/fellows.
6/2005 Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogren''s & Soft Tissue Rheumatism
The thirty-five minute lecture to medical students provided an introduction to rheumatoid arthritis, sjogren''s syndrome and soft tissue rheumatism.
4/2005 - Present Rheumatoid Arthritis
This one-hour lecture served as an introduction to the signs/symptoms, pathophysiology, treatment and prognosis of rheumatoid arthritis. Part of internal medicine resident core curriculm
4/2005 - Present Rheumatoid Arthritis & Apheresis Treatment
This one-hour lecture provided an overview of rheumatoid arthritis & review of staphylococcal protein A-silica column clinical trials for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Audience: apheresis nurses
2/2005 Oral Health Care Considerations in Patients with Rheumatic Disease
This one-hour lecture provided an overview of various rheumatic diseases that may affect the oral care of patients. Audience: Dental Hygiene Students
8/2004 - Present Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogren's & Soft Tissue Rheumatism
The thirty-five minute lecture to medical students provided an introduction to rheumatoid arthritis, sjogren's syndrome and soft tissue rheumatism.
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2005 - Present Dermataology/Rheumatology Case Conference
This one-hour quarterly conference allows rheumatology and dermatology attendings to discuss patients from the perspective of their own discipline. Students, residents and fellows participate, while rheumatology fellows regularly present a rheumatology patient of mutual interest to both specialties
7/2005 - Present Orthopedic Conference
This one-hour monthly conference allows rheumatology and orthopedic attendings to discuss patients from the perspective of their own discipline. Students, residents and fellows participate, while rheumatology fellows regularly present a rheumatology patient of mutual interest to both specialties. Number of learners: 15-20
7/2005 - Present Research Conference
This monthly coference allows for updates in ongoing research in the rheumatology division. Attendings, fellows and residents partcipate.
7/2004 - Present Basic Science Conference
This one-hour monthly conference consists of a formal didactic lecture presented by a rheumatology fellow on a basic science subject of relevance to rheumatic disease. Number of learners: 3-6
7/2004 - Present Clinical Case Conference
This one-hour weekly conference allows residents and fellows to discuss all aspects of a clinical case, including differential diagnosis, scientific basis of the indications and interpretations of diagnostic tests, and treatments of a particular diseases. The cases are selected for their diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. Number of learners: 3-6
7/2004 - Present Journal Club
This one-hour weekly conference allows residents and fellow to critically review recent articles of interest with rheumatology attendings. The relevance and methods of an article are particularly scrutinized. Number of learners: 3-6
7/2004 - 11/2006 Radiology Conference
This one-hour weekly conference exposes residents and fellows to classic and unusual radiology cases of patients with rheumatic disease. Number of learners: 3-6
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2009 - Present Rheumatology Fellowship Program Director
6/2008 “Update in Osteoporosis” - Internal Medicine Lecture Series, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Colton; California.
1/2005 - 8/2009 Associate program director
Assisting the director with recruitment and selection of rheumatology fellows, coordinating clinical rotations and educational programs, evaluating fellows'' progress, and complying with all ACGME requirements.