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Lynda Daniel-Underwood, MD
Associate Dean, Program Development&Evaluation, School of Medicine
School of Medicine
Assistant Dean, Clinical Site Recruitment, School of Medicine
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Medical Education
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
11/2008 Careers in Medicine, Emergency Medicine
5/2008 Emergency Approach to Vaginal Bleeding
7/2007 Advanced Trauma Life Support
Taught a section of the course
7/2007 Reading the Hand and Wrist X-ray
Given to Emergency Medicine Residents
6/2007 The Tyroid Examination
Lecture given as part of the NYLF Conference.
6/2007 Varied topics: Introduction to Emergency Medicine
4/2007 Clinical Toxicology
Given to MS2 students as part of the Pharmacology course.
11/2006 Bedside Clinical Teaching: Varied Topics
Given at Gifford Memorial Hospital, Nuzvid, India
11/2006 Feedback and Evaluation: Growing the Learner
This was given at the INTEM conference Delhi, India
7/2006 Reading Nontrauma CXR
Resident lecture geared at helping residents read CXRs.
6/2006 Introduction to Emergency Medicine
Lectures completed: Basic Terms, Vascular Access and Splinting Lab, Spirituality in Emergency Medicine, and Abdominal Pain. Total hours: 8 hours. I am also the course director.
5/2006 How to get into Medical Eduation
lecture given at the national meeting of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine in San Francisco, CA.
5/2006 Moulage station
Part if the Weapons of Mass Destruction course. I taught in the moulage/triage area.
4/2006 Clinical Toxicology
Part of the sophemore pharmacology course. It is a clinical lecture on management of common poisonings.
1/2006 Oral and ENT Emergencies
Given to paramedics in Hyderabad, India
12/2005 Caustic ingestions
Management of caustic ingestions
12/2005 Poisonous Plants
Lecture on management of exposure to poisonous plants.
6/2005 - 7/2005 Introduction to Emergency Medicine
Lectures completed: Basic Terms, Vascular Access and Splinting Lab, Spirituality in Emergency Medicine, and Abdominal Pain. Total hours: 8 hours
5/2005 Weapons of Mass Distruction
Lecture given: Paper Triage Drill
4/2005 Advanced Trauma Life Support
Lectures given: Musculoskeletal Injury. Trauma in Women. Testing case
4/2005 Pharmacology
Lecture given: Clinical Toxicology. Total hours: 2
2/2005 Career in Medicine
Lecture given: Emergency Medicine
11/2004 EMCON, Mumbai India
Workshop: Airway. Total hours: 3
9/2004 EMIG
Lecture given: The Interview. Total hours: 2
Interactive Teaching
 
8/2008 - 9/2008 Orientation to Religion and Medicine, REL 701
8/2007 - 9/2007 Orientation to Religion and Medicine, REL 701
Head a small group of freshman medical students.
6/2007 Introduction to Emergency Medicine
Teach and mentor12 MS1 students for 2 weeks.
8/2006 - 9/2006 Orientation to Religion and Medicine, REL701
Head a small group of freshman medical students.
8/2006 - 5/2009 Simulation for EMDN 821
Hands on teaching with simulation for required rotation of medical students
7/2006 - 7/2007 Orientation to Medicine
Head a small group discussion on freshman clinical experience.
7/2005 - 7/2007 Career Development
Mentored 20 students in choosing Emergency Medicine as a career. These students range from freshman to seniors.
7/2005 - 7/2007 EMDN 821
Clinical supervison of senior medical students on their required rotation. Total students: 143
7/2005 - 7/2007 EMDN 891
Clinical supervision of senior medical students on their elective. Total sutdents 13
2/2005 - 4/2005 Careers in Medicine
Tours given to academy and high schools students. Total time: 3 hours
7/2004 - 6/2005 Clinical Supervision
Supervise students and residents. Total hours 778
7/2004 - 6/2005 Mentoring
Mentored 21 students in career choice. Completed letters of recommendation for all 21 students. Total hours: 120
7/2004 - 5/2005 Mentoring
Mentored freshman student Gillian Seton. Total hours: 20
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
6/2008 Introduction to Emergency Medicine
7/2006 - 5/2009 EMDN 821
Clerkship director
7/2006 - 5/2007 EMDN 891
Clerkship director
6/2006 Introduction to Emergency Medicine
Course director
7/2005 - 6/2005 Clerkship director
Handle all administrative duties for the Emergency Medicine Clerkship. Complete all student evaluations and grades.
7/2005 - 5/2005 EMDN 821
Clerkship Director
7/2005 - 5/2006 EMDN 821
Clerkship director
7/2005 - 5/2006 EMDN 891
Clerkship director
9/2004 Faculty Education Day
Arranged for the speaker, Dr. Judy Paukert and information presented. This was attended by department faculty.
6/2004 - 7/2005 Course Director
Introduction to Emergency Medicine (EMDN 891).
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
7/2006 - 5/2007 EMDN 821
Added Simulation cases to the required clership. Revised the student sign-in and evaluation system.
6/2006 Introduction to Emergency Medicine
Added simulation to the course. Revised the classes offered.
6/2005 - 7/2005 Introduction to Emergency Medicine (EMDN 891)
Developed new lectures and added hands-on labs.
4/2005 Clinical Toxicology
A lecture given to second year medical students taking pharmacology. Revised lecture
11/2004 - 3/2007 PEER VII
writing questions for the EENT and OB/Gyn sections of the review book for ACEP.
9/2004 The Interview
A lecture developed to the students in the Emergency Medicine Interest Group