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Sonny Lee, MD
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
7/2005 - 0/2009 Somatization Lecture
Lectures to medical students rotating through psychiatry, 1 hour each, for each new session of medical students, typically is 1 session every 6 weeks for the academic year
Interactive Teaching
 
5/2007 Freshman Small Groups
Spoke to freshman medical students about ward experience - 3 hours
4/2007 EKG Small Session
Taught EKG reading to 2nd year medical students - 4 hours
11/2006 Small group teaching
With Internal Medicine medical students - OSCE - 3 hours
7/2006 - 6/2007 Clinical Supervision
Pediatric Teaching Office - supervision of pediatric/medpeds residents in ambulatory pediatric clinic: total of about 46 half days = about 161 hours Moreno Valley MedPeds Clinic - supervision of medpeds residents in continuity clinic: total of 11 half days = about 44 hours
7/2006 - 6/2007 Mentoring
MedPeds PGY 2 resident - 2 hours MedPeds PGY 3 resident - 1 hour MedPeds PGY 4 resident - 2 hours Medical Student 4th year - 5 hours Peds PGY 2 resident - 2 hours
7/2005 - 6/2006 Clinical Supervision
Pediatric Teaching Office - supervision of pediatric/medpeds residents in ambulatory pediatric clinic: total of 46 half days = about 161 hours Moreno Valley MedPeds Clinic - supervision of medpeds residents in continuity clinic: total of 11 half days = about 44 hours
7/2005 - 6/2006 Mentoring
Peds PGY 3 resident - 3 hours MedPeds PGY 1 resident - 4 hours MedPeds PGY 2 resident - 2 hours MedPeds PGY 3 resident - 2 hours Medical Student 3rd year - 1 hour
7/2005 - 6/2006 Morning Report
Morning Reports for Inpatient Medicine - about 12 sessions attended, 1 hour each (total 12 hours); about half are interns only morning report, the other half is a senior resident morning report
7/2004 - 6/2005 Inpatient Medicine Wards
80 x 2-3 hour block each with an average of 3 learners.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Inpatient Pediatrics Wards
49 x 2-3 hour block each with an average of 3-4 learners.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Mentoring
Mentoring pediatric resident 2 hours
7/2004 - 6/2005 OSCE
3 hours, 3 learners
7/2004 - 6/2005 Pediatric Teaching Office
50 x 2-3 hours each with an average of 4-5 learners
7/2003 - 12/2010 Inpatient Medicine Wards
Bedside teaching and role modeling to 1 senior resident, 2 interns and on occasion 1 medical student - 4 months in the year, with 1 weekend each month, on average of 3 hours on rounds daily (89 days = about 267 hours total)
7/2003 - Present Inpatient Pediatrics Ward
Bedside teaching and role modeling for 1 senior resident, 2-3 interns, 2-4 3rd year medical students, +/- 1 4th year sub-intern, on average 3 hours per day, 7 weeks total (about 147 hours in total)
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
7/2008 - Present Program director
Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program
7/2005 - 6/2008 Assoc Program Director
Associate Program Director for MedPeds Residency -Biannuals (about 5-7 hours) -Interviews of residency candidates (about 5 sesssions, 3 hours each = about 15 hours) -Continuity Clinic Curriculum preparation as listed in ''Preparation of New Instructional Material'' -Resident evaluations in Continuity Clinic (total of about 6 hours) -MedPeds Steering Committee to discuss all matters related to MedPeds residency (3 hours total) -Residency Advisory Council to discuss matters related to Pediatrics residency (total of about 7 hours) -Residency Evaluation Committee to discuss matters related to Internal Medicine residency (total of about 7 sessions, 2 hours each on average = about 14 hours total)
7/2004 - 6/2005 Associate Program Director
Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Mentor of Pediatric Resident
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
7/2006 - 6/2007 Continuity Clinic Curriculum
Evaluation of Hip Pain; Evaluation of Minor Orthopedic Problems of Hands, Wrists, Elbows; Management of Gout; Approach to Patient with Fibromyalgia; Approach to Patient with Sinusitis; Approach to patient with Chronic Nasal Congestion and Drainage; Approach to Epistaxis; Evaluation of Tinnitus; Screening for HIV-1 Infection; Approach to Patient with HIV-1 Infection; Screening for Syphilis, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea; Screening and Evaluation of Anemia; Management of Common Anemias; Outpatient Anticoagulant Therapy; Approach to Patient with Anxiety; Approach to Patient with Depression Parts I and II; Approach to Patient with Sexual Dysfunction; Approach to the Somatizing Patient; Screening for Prostate Cancer - in total about 38-40 hours
7/2005 - 6/2006 Continuity Clinic Curriculum
Management of Obesity; Evaluation of Overweight and Obesity; Screening for Hyperlipidemia; Snoring and Sleep Apnea; Evaluation fo Hearing Loss; Smoking Cessation; Evaluation of Hematuria; Evaluation of Chest Pain; Evaluation of Asymptomatic Systolic Murmur; Evaluation of Leg Edema; Approach to Fertility Control; Approach to the Patient with Vaginal Discharge; Approach to Patient with Pelvic Pain; Evaluation of Knee Pain; Approach to Common Problems of Foot and Ankle; Evaluation of Back and Neck Pain; Approach to patient with Headache; Evaluation of Dizziness; Approach to patient with Shoulder Pain - in total about 38-40 hours
7/2004 - 6/2005 As part of Med Peds Clinic continuity clinic curriculum, I've put together 16 Power Point presentation lectures for residents use: Screening for Diabetes Millitus; Evaluation of Suspected Diabetes Insipudous; Approach to Patient with Diabetes Millitus; Screening for Colorectal Cancer; Approach to Patient with Functional GI Disease; Approach to Patient with Heartburn and Reflux; Evaluation of Abdominal Pain; Evaluation of Thyroid Nodules; Approach to Hyperthyroidism/Hypothyroidism; Screening for Breast Cancer/Cervical Cancer; Approach to Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding; Evaluation of Chronic Cough; Screening for Hypertention; Evaluation of Hypertention.