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Lynda Daniel-Underwood, MD
Assistant Dean, Clinical Site Recruitment, Assistant Dean Clinical Site Recruitment
School of Medicine
Assistant Dean, Program Development&Evaluation, 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