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Gregory Guldner, MD
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
7/2006 - 6/2007 Didactic Lectures
Management of Radiation Injuries, Invited Grand Rounds Speaker, 399th Combat Support Hospital, Tikrit, Iraq, June, 2007 Difficult Airway Adjuncts, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, May 2007 Common Procedures in Trauma, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, May 2007 Wilderness Medicine, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, May 2007 Common Dislocations: Treatment in the Field, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, April 2007 Ketamine for Adult and Pediatric Sedation, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, April 2007 Envenomations, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, April 2007 Wound Care, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, April 2007 Heat Illness, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, April 2007 Uses for Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, March 2007 FAST Examination, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, March 2007 Eye complaints, Lecture to 399th Combat Support Hospital Emergency Medical Treatment Staff, Tikrit, Iraq, March 2007 Emergency Medicine Jeopardy, November 2007 Patient follow-up and Error Analysis Conference, November 2006 Basics of ECG Evaluation, November 2006 Disclosing Medical Errors: How, What, When, Where, To Whom? Journal Club, November 2006 Mock Pediatrics Code: Clonidine Overdose, August 2006 Emergency Medicine Jeopardy, August 2006 Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine Film Interpretation, ATLS, July 2006 Shock, ATLS, July 2006 Airway and Ventilation Management, ATLS, July 2006 Cadaver Lab Proctoring, July 2006 Core Procedures in Emergency Medicine, July 2006 Asking Answerable Questions, July 2006 Fatigue and Residency Training, July 2006 Recognizing Clinically Important Arrhythmias, July 2006
10/2005 - Present An Introduction to Direct Observation, Evaluation, and Feedback in the EM Residency Program
EM Residency Program, 0.5 hours
10/2005 - Present Pediatric Radiographs: Perils and Pitfalls
EM Residency Program/Medical Students in EM rotation, 1 hour
9/2005 - Present Integrating the Core Competencies into Resident Evaluations
Residency Directors' Retreat for LLU House Staff Office, 1.5 hours.
9/2005 - Present Selecting and Recruiting Residents
Residency Program Directors' Retreat, for LLU House Staff Office, 1 hour
7/2005 - Present Injuries due to Burns and Cold
ATLS Program, 1 hour
7/2005 - Present Introduction to CQI and Risk Management.
EM Residency Program, 1 hour
7/2005 - Present Introduction to EMTALA: No cash, No treatment?
EM Residency Program, 1 hour
7/2005 - Present Management of the Upper Airway.
ATLS Program, 1 hour
7/2005 - Present Procedures in Emergency Medicine: Cadaver Lab Skills Session
EM Residency Program/Medical Students in EM rotation, 1.5 hours
7/2005 - Present Stress and Wellness in Residency
EM Residency Program, 1 hour
6/2005 - Present Emergency Medicine Jeopardy!,
EM Residency Program/Medical Students in EM rotation, 1 hour
6/2005 - Present From the ED to the Courthouse
Invited, and paid, speaker at Cal-ACEP annual conference, 4 hours
6/2005 - Present Update on the RRC requirements for Emergency Medicine
EM Residency Program, 1 hour
4/2005 - Present Introduction to Oral Boards
EM Residency Program, 1 hour
1/2005 - Present Emergency Trauma Stabilization in the Field
Lecture at Ireland Army Community Hospital, 1 hour
1/2005 - Present Evaluating Fever in Well-Appearing Children
Grand Rounds, Ireland Army Community Hospital, 1 hour
1/2005 - Present Ketamine: Procedural Sedation in the Field
Repeat presentation of Grand Rounds at Ireland Army Community Hospital, 1 hour
1/2005 - Present Using Ketamine for Adults and Children
Grand Rounds at Ireland Army Community Hospital, 1 hour
12/2004 - Present Ketamine: Procedural Sedation in the ED Setting
Lecture at Ireland Army Community Hospital, 1 hour
12/2004 - Present Ketamine: Procedural Sedation in the Field
Grand Rounds at Ireland Army Hospital, 1 hour
7/2004 - Present Introduction to the ACGME Core Competencies
EM Residency Program, July 2004 1 hour
7/2004 Test Test
test
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2006 - 6/2007 Interactive Teaching
Cadaver Lab Proctoring, July 2006; Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine Film Interpretation, ATLS, July 2006; Disclosing Medical Errors: How, What, When, Where, To Whom? Journal Club, November 2006 Mock Pediatrics Code: Clonidine Overdose, August 2006 Patient follow-up and Error Analysis Conference, November 2006
7/2005 - Present Upper airway management Skills Lab
ATLS Small Group Skills Lab, 62 learners, 5 hours
6/2005 - Present Code simulations with PGY1s
EM Residency Program, 13 learners, 1.5 hours
6/2005 - Present Introduction to Emergency Medicine Procedures
School of Medicine class, Introduction to Emergency Medicine. Hands on procedure training with small groups of medical students, 20 learners, 4 hours
3/2005 - Present Megacode! The multi-overdose patient
EM Residency Program/Medical Students in EM rotation, high fidelity maniken simulations, 38 learners, 1.5 hours
11/2004 - 2/2005 Mentoring Air Combat Medics
Met with air combat medics at Ft. Knox, KY for routine ancillary training on field medical issues. 20 learners, 15 hours.
11/2004 - 2/2005 Mentoring Special Forces Medics
Mentored special forces medics at Ft. Knox, KY, meeting with them to review medical care in the field issues prior to their deployment. 6 learners, 20 hours.
8/2004 - Present Pediatric Mock Codes
EM Residency Program/Medical Students in EM rotation, Computer simulations of mock codes, 34 learners, 1 hour
7/2004 - Present Cadaver Lab Preparation: Core Procedures in EM
EM Residency Program, small group practice of EM procedures on cadavers, 36 learners, 4 hours
7/2004 - 6/2005 Clinical Supervision
Supervision of EM residents and medical students in the emergency department, 50 learners, 430 hours.
7/2004 - 10/2004 Medical Student Mentoring
Personally met with medical students interested in EM residency to help them maximize their chances of matching. Reviewed personal statements and applications to optimize their effectiveness, 10 students, 15 hours
7/2004 - 6/2005 Mentoring EM Residents
As program director, mentoring all 38 residents including one-on-one meetings for non-scheduled issues of professionalism/wellness and education. 38 learners, 60 hours
7/2004 - Present Musculoskeletal Injuries Skills Lab
ATLS Small group skills lab, 62 learners, 5 hours
7/2004 - 6/2005 SAEM Virtual Mentor Program
Mentor medical students from around the country regarding issues of EM and application to programs. 3 learners, 10 hours
6/2004 - 4/2005 Medical Student Research Mentoring
Mentored 2 students on the MacPherson scholarship with two separate projects, resulting in publications, 2 learners, 50 hours
6/2004 - 7/2005 Resident Research Mentoring
Mentored four residents as they worked on book chapters for 5-Minute EM Consult. 4 learners, 8 hours.
6/2004 - Present Short acting agents for ED procedures
EM Residency Program, facilitator for Journal Club, 32 learners, 3.5 hours
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
7/2006 - 6/2007 Residency Program Director
7/2004 - 6/2005 Residency Program Director
Program Director for EM Residency
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
10/2005 - Present Oral Board Case Development
Developed "high fidelity" oral board cases for teaching and evaluating EM residents. Cases follow formal ABEM format.
4/2005 - Present Standardized Oral Board Cases
As a member of the CORD (Council of Residency Directors) Standardized Oral Board Task Force, I developed two standardized oral board cases for nationwide use in EM programs.
9/2004 - Present Radiology and Electrocardiography Exam
Developed written exam with images to assess and teach concepts of plain film radiography and electrocardiographic interpretation for EM residents.
8/2004 - Present Direct Observation Assessments
Developed new assessment method involving one-on-one assessment of EM residents by faculty directly observing residents interacting with patients and performing procedures.
7/2004 - Present Ethics Assessment
Developed a modular program on introduction to ethics for the PGY1 EM residents, including focused readings, and an outcomes examination.
7/2004 - Present Evidence-Based Medicine Assessment
Developed a modular program to assess and teach evidence-based medicine concepts to PGY1 EM residents.
6/2004 - 7/2004 New PGY1 Orientation Program
Assisted in developing new PGY1 orientation program for EM residents including new lectures on professionalism issues.
6/2004 - 7/2004 PGY1 Orientation
Assisted in developing new PGY1 orientation program. Developed new lectures on professionalism issues.
6/2004 - Present Resident Evaluation Revision
Completely revised the written global attending evaluations to better teach and assess the ACGME core competencies.