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Jon Miller, MD
Program Coordinator, Student Education, Radiology
School of Medicine
Assistant Professor, Radiology
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
9/2005 - Present Just greater than 1 hour lecture to senior medical students once a month on plain film evaluation of the abdomen.
9/2005 - Present Four didactic lectures for the radiology assistant program on chest, GI/GU, musculoskeletal, and pediatric radiology. Each lecture lasted between 1-2 hours.
9/2005 - Present One hour lecture on various topics in chest, GI/GU, and pediatric radiology once a month
Interactive Teaching
 
9/2005 - Present Once a month I have the medical students doing the radiology elective perform 10-20 minute talks on topics pertinent to radiology. This usually involoves 4-7 students and lasts between 1-2 hours.
9/2005 - Present Medical intensive care x-ray rounds. This consists of reviewing x-rays and other requested modalities on MICU patients and other patients the intensivists are seeing. This involves our radiology resident as well as the medical students on our side and the covering ICU residents, students, and attendings. Approximately once a week. 30-45 minutes on average.
9/2005 - Present Pediatric intensive care and Neonatal intensive care x-ray rounds approximately 1-2 times per week on average. This consists of reviewing the plain films and other requested radiology examinations with the ICU team in conjunction with the radiology resident and medical students. 30-45 minutes on each unit on average.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2005 - Present Coordinator of Medical Student Radiology Education