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Stephen Treiman, MD
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
9/2006 - Present LLUMC Resident Noon Lecture series
Topic: Respiratory Failure (New). 1 hour. Pediatric Resident noon lecture.
9/2006 - Present Pediatric
9/2006 - Present Pediatric Flexible Bronchoscopy
Respiratory Care Lecture series, LLUMC Respiratory Care Department
9/2006 - Present Respiratory Care Lecture Series
Topic: Pediatric Flexible Bronchoscopy (New), Respiratory Care Department, LLUMC
9/2006 - Present Respiratory Care Lecture series
Topic: Pediatric Flexible Bronchoscopy (New). 1.5 hours. Respiratory Care Department, LLUMC
9/2006 - Present Respiratory Failure
Pediatric Resident Noon lecture series, Loma Linda Pedatric Residency
7/2006 - Present WMMC Resident Noon Lecture
Topic: Acute Airway Obstruction (New). 1 hour. WMMC pediatric resident lecture.
6/2006 - Present LLUMC Resident Noon lecture
Topic: Shock. LLUMC pediatric resident noon lecture. 1 hour. New.
4/2006 - Present Pediatric Critical Care Nursing Lecture
Topic: Cardiac Support Drugs. Core lecture series for pediatric critical care nursing graduates. 1.5 hours.
3/2006 - Present LLUMC Resident Noon lecture
Topic: Burns and their management (New). 1 hour. Pediatric resident noon lecture.
3/2006 - Present WMMC Resident Noon Lecture
Topic: Head trauma and intracranial hypertension. WMMC resident noon lecture. 1 hour. New.
11/2005 - Present WMMC Resident Noon Lecture
Topic: Ventilator Management. WMMC resident noon lecture. 1 hour. New.
10/2005 - Present LLUMC Pediatric Grand Rounds
Topic: Palliative Care and Hospice Care for Children. 1.5 hours. New.
10/2005 - Present Pediatric Critical Care Nursing Core Lecture
Topic: Cardiovascular Drug Support. Core lecture series for pediatric critical care nursing graduates. 1.5 hours. New.
8/2005 - Present WMMC Resident Noon Lecture
Topic: Congenital Cardiac Lesions. WMMC Resident noon lecture. 1 hour. New.
7/2005 - Present LLUMC Resident Noon Lecture
Topic: Sedation, Analgesia, Paralysis. Resident noon lecture. 1 hour. New.
7/2005 - 7/2004 Resident Lecture
Resident noon lecture to UC Irvine pediatric residents at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. Topic "Airway Management". Time 1 hour.
7/2005 - Present WMMC Resident Noon Lecture
Topic: Sedation, Analgesia, Paralysis. WMMC resident noon lecture. 1 hour.
6/2005 Resident Lecture
Resident noon lecture to White Memorial pediatric residents. Topic "Congenital Cardiac Lesions". Time 1 hour.
10/2004 Resident Lecture
Resident noon lecture to UC Irvine pediatric residents at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. Topic "Transport Medicine in Pediatric Critical Care". Time 1 hour.
8/2004 Resident lecture
Resident noon lecture to UC Irvine pediatric residents at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. Topic "Inotropic Support Medications". Time 1 hour.
Interactive Teaching
 
5/2007 - Present Pediatric Critical Care Fellow Mock Code Blue
Direct and teach pediatric critical care fellows during mock code blue sessions at simulation center using manequins and case scenarios. 1.5 hours.
11/2006 - Present Pediatric Mock Code Blue
Directly supervise and teach LLUMC pediatric residents at simulation center with mock code blue drills using manequins and case scenarios. 1.5 hours.
4/2006 - Present Ventilator rounds
Lead ventilator teaching rounds with respiratory therapists in PICU. Bedside interactive teaching session. 10-12 therapists. 1.5 hours.
2/2005 - 6/2005 CICU teaching rounds
Bedside teaching rounds for pediatric residents covering pediatric cardiac ICU. Includes bedside assessment, monitoring, and evaluation of patients as well as discussion about cardiac lesions and cardiac medications. Time 40 hours. Residents and medical students: 4-8.
2/2005 - 6/2005 PICU teaching rounds
Teaching pediatric residents on rounds about bedside evaulation, monitoring, assessment of patients in pediatric intensive care unit. Time 40 hours. Residents and medical students: 4-8.
2/2005 - 6/2005 Sedation teaching rounds
Teaching rounds conducted with hands on experience in procedural sedation for patients. Time 2 hours. Residents: 1
* Pediatric resident mentor
Mentor pediatric resident beginning in intern year, meet monthly to discuss ongoing progress, learning, study, review evaluations, discuss career goals. 1 resident. 3 hours/month.