Loma Linda University

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Faculty Directory
  
T. Kent Denmark, MD
Professor, Basic Sciences
School of Medicine
Professor, Pediatrics
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
9/2007   Non-intuitive uses of Medical Simulation for Assessment, LLU residency director retreat, Palm Springs
 
6/2007 Essential differential diagnosis
Didactic and discussion regarding bare minimum differential diagnosis for the PEM physician, PEM Education Day, LLU
6/2007 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Potpourri
Eclectic facts and questions from the field of PEM for EM and PEM residents, PEM Education Day
6/2007 PEM resuscitation and critical procedures
Morning didactic lecture and procedure lab utilizing simulation for sophmore medical students participating in EM elective
4/2007 Building a simulation experience
Co-leader of panel discussion and workshop with simulation technology demonstration, Pediatric Academic Society, Toronto, Canada
4/2007 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Procedure and Skills Lab
Provided a simulated patient station utilizing high fidelity simulation for American College of Emergency Physicians Spring Meeting, San Diego, CA
4/2007 PEM potpourri
Peds Education Day for PEM and EM residents
3/2007 Pediatric High Fidelity Simulation
Pediatric Grand Rounds presentation with a live simulation scenario discussing potential uses of simulation in resident education
3/2007 Research Barriers in Medical Simulation
Panel discussion at the Western Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference at the Emperor Hotel in Portland, OR
10/2006 Medical simulation for nursing continuing education
LLU pediatric critical care nursing symposium
10/2006 Peds Trauma
Pediatric Trauma lecture for the PICU continuing education course, LLU
9/2006 Simulation for Assessment
Presentation at Annual Residency Director Retreat for LLU in Palm Desert
1/2006 Use of Patient Simulators in Health Care
Didactic and demonstration of high-fidelity simulation
11/2005 Simulation goals and philosophy
Didactic and demonstration of high-fidelity simulation
10/2005 Simulation applications in pediatric emergency medicine
Presentation at AAP PEM fellowship directors meeting, Washington, DC
9/2005 Medical simulation for residents
Presentation at annual LLU residency director retreat, Lake Arrowhead
4/2005 Metabolic disorders
APLS course for EM residents at USC 1 hour
4/2005 Non-Traumatic Orthopedic Injuries
APLS course for the EM residents at USC 1 hour
3/2005 Pediatric Trauma
APCNC course at Loma Linda 1 hour
3/2005 Physician and pharmaceutical relations
Resident & medical student lecture, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Forum, Loma Linda University 1 hour
2/2005 Academic promotion
Fellow lecture, Loma Linda University 1 hour
2/2005 Billing and coding case studies
Fellow lecture, Loma Linda University 1 hour
2/2005 Scorpion envenomation mock code & lecture
Fellow mock code scenario with envenomation lecture 1 hour
11/2004 Drowning
Lecture for California EMS authority for the State of California, Sacramento, CA 1 hour
9/2004 Drowning
18th Annual California Conference on Childhood Injury Control, San Francisco, CA 1.5 hours
7/2004 Muscle weakness: Unknown case presentation & discussion
Medical student & resident lecture, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Forum, Loma Linda 1 hour
Interactive Teaching
 
8/2007   Simulation for Assessment, Internal Medicine/Med-Peds Residency Leadership Meeting, LLU, Loma Linda, CA
 
6/2007   Pediatric Emergency Medicine simulation and procedure lab, sophomore medical student EM elective
 
6/2007 - 7/2007 MSN Preceptorship Small Group Leader
Small group leader for annual Medical Strategic Network student preceptorship for health science students
5/2006 Bioterrorism simulation lab
Senior medical student bioterrorism simulation, with two cases per group of 5-8
4/2006 Pediatric Procedure Skills Lab
Ran high-fidelity simulation for attendees of the ACEP Spring Congress, Las Vegas, NV
1/2006 - 2/2006 Cardiac physiology lecture & simulation lab
Freshman medical student cardiac physiology lecture- groups of 10-15 for one hour each
10/2005 - 6/2006 SOM student mentor
Meetings with freshman medical student interested in emergency medicine
6/2005 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
5/2005 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
4/2005 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
3/2005 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
2/2005 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
1/2005 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
12/2004 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
11/2004 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
10/2004 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
9/2004 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
8/2004 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
7/2004 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
7/2004 Mock code
Pediatric mock code scenario for PEM fellows 1 hour
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2005 - 12/2013

Medical Director, Medical Simulation Center


Established and continue to develop medical simulation on the LLU campus

7/2002 - 12/2007

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Program Director


Program director for Pediatric Emergency Medicine training program

Instructional Prep of New Material
 
6/2007 EM grad Goals and Objectives
Created G&Os for EM grads beginning the PEM fellowship
3/2006 - 7/2006 RRC PIF
Preparation of PIF for PEM site visit
1/2006 New evaluation forms
Created new 360 degree evaluation forms for the PEM fellows. Evaluations are completed by faculty, peers and support staff
8/2005 Simulation evaluation forms
Created new evaluation forms for PEM fellows to be completed by faculty during simulation exercises
7/2004 - 8/2004 Core curriculum
Complete revision of core curriculum for each core rotation and elective rotation for PEM residency