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Robert Steele, MD
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
4/2006 Rapid Sequence Intubation (RSI)
Faculty, Pediatric Procedures Skills Lab, Emergency Medicine Spring Congress sponsored by the Amercian College of Emergency Physicians, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 20,2006 4 hours of lecture
2/2006 ACLS Drugs the good the bad the ugly
Emergency Medicine Resident Lecture Detailed description of recent ACLS changes and review of literature prompting changes Feb 2006
5/2005 - Present Orthopedic Emergencies
Discussion on the evaluation and management of Orthopedic emergencies
9/2004 - Present Observation Medicine
A detailed approach to the history of OBS Meidicine. HOw it relates to Input -> throughput -> output. Reimbursement regulations related to OBS
7/2004 - Present Trauma for the Scut Monkey
An interns approach to trauma, describing where to go what to look for. The practical guide to real ED trauma management
Interactive Teaching
 
12/2005 EBEM - Evidenced Based Emergency Medicine
New Curiculum added to residency as an elective month long course. I encompasses basic statistics, how to frame a question, how to perform a literature search, how to determine if literature valid or not. Goals and Objectives are listed with the Residency Director
1/2005 - Present Observation Medicine
Learning how to manage and develop an Observation Unit. Learning how to understand the regulations and rules according to JAHCO and DHHS for OBS.
10/2004 - 5/2005 Evidence Based Emergency Medicine
How to read and analize the literature. How to phrase a question. How to use search engines to answer your question. How to use statistics and how statistics can be manipulated
7/2004 - 6/2005 Emergency Clinical Supervision
Supervising medical students and residents as they rotate through the ED. Spending at least 40 hours a month just teaching, evaluating and helping manage patient in the ED.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
1/2005 - Present Observation Medicine
A 1 month elective in which we teach teh residents the rules and regulations of Observation Medicine. THey learn how to develop and manage units on their own as well.
10/2004 - Present EBEM
Evidenced based Emergency Medicine. Teaching residents how to interpret the literature, statistics, and how to utilize the search engines available
7/2004 - 6/2005 Observation Medicine Director
Developed and manage the ED Observation Unit. Currently a 5 bed unit that has saved LLUMC > 1.4 million dollars in short stay care. We have made profitable the once unprofitable and have saved the institution and payers by providing expeditious care for specific DRG.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
1/2005 - Present Observation Medicine
Teaching residents the rules and regulations of JAHCO and DHHS related to OBS Medicine. How to develop and run a unit.
10/2004 - Present EBEM
Evidenced based Emergency Medicine. Teaching residents how to interpret the literature, statistics, and how to utilize the search engines available