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Shamel Abd-Allah, MD
Head, Pediatrics, Critical Care Division
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
1/2007 - Present Status Epilepticus
1 hr. - resident noon lecture
11/2006 - Present ALTES
1 hr. Lecture for EMTS @ Crafton Hills College
11/2006 - Present ALTES
Crafton Hills Lecture - 1 hr.
11/2006 - Present ARDS
1 hr. - 2 lectures given to PCCNP
11/2006 - Present Introduction to Cardiac ECMO
1 hr.
11/2006 - Present Near Drowning
Crafton Hills College
11/2006 - Present Seizures
1 hr. Lecture for EMTs @ Crafton Hills College
10/2006 - Present Managing Difficult Airways
Pediatric Respiratory Program - 1 hr.
10/2006 - Present Poisoning
1 hr. - 2 lectures given to APCNC
10/2006 - Present Respiratory Failure
1 hr. - 3 lectures given 2 to APCNC and 1 to resident noon conference
9/2006 - Present Obesity in Children
2 lectures, 11th Pediatric Critical Care Symposium and Pediatric Grand Rounds
9/2006 - Present Pediatric Sedation
1 hr. Pediatric Respiratory Program
* Managing Difficult Airways
Pediatric Respiratory Program - 1 hr.
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2006 - Present Home Mechanical Vent Clinic
Attending in HMV 4 hr clinic with multi-disciplinary care team of 5 members. 4 times
7/2006 - Present Pediatric Resident Advisor
Role modeling, mentoring of pediatric residents, including periodic review of resident evaluations. 3 residents, 1 hr meeting with each twice a year
7/2006 - Present PICU Attending/ Fellow Education
Participant in weekly PICU Attending/Fellow didactic education meetings including: Board Review, Pathology Conf, Case Presentation, and Journal Club with 8-10 participants and 1.5 hrs/week, and 50 times/yr.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Home Mechanical Vent Clinic
Attending in HMV 4 hr clinic with multi-disciplinary care team of 5 members. 4 times
7/2005 - 6/2006 Pediatric Resident Advisor
Role modeling, mentoring of pediatric residents, including periodic review of resident evaluations. 3 residents, 1 hr meeting with each twice a year
7/2005 - 6/2006 PICU Attending/ Fellow Education
Participant in weekly PICU Attending/Fellow didactic education meetings including: Board Review, Pathology Conf, Case Presentation, and Journal Club with 8-10 participants and 1.5 hrs/week, and 50 times/yr.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
7/2006 - Present Bi-annual Pediatric Critical Care Symposium
Participate in symposium planning, including educational content.
7/2006 - Present Pediatric Critical Care Residency Program Director
Supervision and maintenance of residency program with all that pertains to this. 5-10 hrs. per year
7/2005 - 6/2006 Bi-annual Pediatric Critical Care Symposium
Participate in symposium planning, including educational content.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Pediatric Critical Care Residency Program Director
Supervision and maintenance of residency program with all that pertains to this. 5-10 hrs. per month.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
7/2006 - Present Journal manuscript reviewer
Critical Care Medicine
7/2006 - 3/2007 Pediatric Critical Care Residency Program Site Review Preparation
Review and prepare the complete Pediatric Critical Care residency curriculum to maintain compliance with American Board of Pediatrics and ACGME RRC for acreditation. Extensive revision to incorporate latest requirements.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Core Curriculum
Development of a core curriculum shared with Neonatology and Neurology fellowships for fellow education. Core topics include medical statistics, medical ethics, professionalism, pharmacokinetics, and end of life care.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Scholarship Oversight Committee
Development of Pediatric Oversight Committee for scholarly activity performed by fellows. Shared with Neonatology and Neurology. Insures compliance with latest RRC guidelines.