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E. Lea Walters, MD
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
5/2007 Name That Disease
A pictorial review of dermatolgic lesions and their diagnosis and treatment. 1 hour
12/2006 ECG: Blocks
Recognition and treatment of ecg blocks, including a discussion on the underlying abnormalities causing the ecg changes. 1 hour
11/2006 Field Command and Control
History and description of the Incident Command structure used during disasters. 1 hour
9/2006 Thoracic and abdominal Injuries in the Adult, Pediatric, and Pregnant Patient
An overview of the injuries associated with thoracic and abdominal trauma in adults, peds, and pregnant patients, including a review of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology,evaluation, and treatment. 3 hours
7/2006 Life Long Self Assessment Review
A CME course that reviews the American Board of Emergency Medicine annual selected educational articles. Target audience--Board certified emergency physicians. 4 hours
1/2006 Update on CURE
Presentation to hospital administration on the current status of the Convertible Use Rapidly Expandable (CURE) Center for treatment of mass casualties during disasters. 1 hour.
12/2005 CURE Project
Review of the CURE Project and discussion of future directions. 1 hour.
11/2005 Primary Care Updates
The Disaster Experience: An Overview of Patient Care at Hurricane Katrina. CME Course. 1 hour.
6/2005 Disaster Medicine--Treatment of the Pregnant Patient
1 hour--Emergency Medicine Residency Core Curriculum
6/2005 Emergency Treatment of the Female
2 hours--Emergency Medicine Residency Core Curriculum
3/2005 Ophthalmologic Emergencies
3 hours--Emergency Medicine Core Curriculum--Emergency Treatment of the Red Eye; Interactive Lab--tonometry, slit lamp exam (portable and stationary), other eye examination equipment and techniques
1/2005 Improving Patient Care
1 hour--Emergency Medicine Residency Core Curriculum
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2006 - 7/2007 Interactive teaching of small groups during the course of clinical shifts, including bedside teaching, problem-based learning, patient rounds. 3-5 students/residents per shift. 8-16 hours per week.
3/2006 Thoracic and Abdominal Trauma
Didactic lecture review of adult, pediatric and pregnant trauma patients. 3 hours.
11/2005 Disaster Medicine
4 hours--Interactive/Disaster Drill Training for Emergency Medicine residents and medical students.
11/2005 Disaster Medicine
Presentation to Wilderness Medicine Student Interest Group regarding previous deployments for the local disaster medical team. 1 hour.
11/2005 Pediatrics Disaster
Didactic session outlining specific concerns of the pediatric patient during disasters. 1 hour.
9/2005 Thoracic and Abdominal Trauma
Didactic lecture review of adult, pediatric and pregnant trauma patients. 3 hours.
8/2005 International Trauma Life Support
A weekly didactic and practical course in trauma pathophysiology and patient assessment leading to certification by ITLS, International. 16 hours.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Clinical Supervision
Small group and individualized problem-based learning; 2-4 learners.
11/2004 Disaster Medicine--Botulism
4 hours--Interactive/Disaster Drill/Bioterrorism training for Emergency Medicine residents and medical students
10/2004 Mock Oral Board Examinations
8 hours--small group teaching for Emergency Medicine Residents mock oral board testing
7/2004 - 6/2005 Clinical Supervision
Small group and individualized problem-based learning; 2-4 learners; 24 hours/week.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Medical Student Mentoring
Individualized mentoring/teaching; 2 learners; 20 hours
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
7/2006 - 12/2006 Course Director
Director for "Medical Response to Terrorism" course. This is a required 2 day course for 4th year medical students which includes didactic lectures, on-line interactive lessons, and practical workshops.
5/2006 Medical Response to Terrorism
An interactive on-line and workshop-oriented course providing practical experience to fourth year medical students in preparing for incidents of terrorism. Attended by approximately 80 medical students.
7/2005 Medical Response to Terrorism
Presentation of a newly developed interactive on-line course coupled with multiple workshops providing practical experience to fourth year medical students in preparing for incidents of terrorism. Attended by approximately 80 students.
5/2005 Medical Response to Terrorism
Program Director; two day course for 4th year medical students. Course consists of didactic lectures and multiple interactive workshops.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
1/2005 - 6/2005 Medical Response to Terrorism
Development of a new course to prepare fourth year medical students to recognize and respond to acts of terrorism, including chemical, biological radiological, and explosive device incidents.