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Valarie Wong, MD
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
5/2007 Pediatric Board Review-Sports Medicine- 1 hr
Pediatric resident noon conference
4/2007 Knee Exam-1 hr
Pediatric Resident Noon Conference
3/2007 "Get 'em out. Get 'em moving" Promoting Physical Activity in Children-1 hr
Alumni Postgraduate conference discussion
12/2006 Sports Medicine--Pediatric Knee- 1 hr
Pediatric Resdient Noon Conference
9/2006 Pediatric Sports and Orthopedic Issues - 1 hr
Pediatric Resident Noon Conference
7/2006 Preparticipation Evaluation- 1 hr
Pediatric Resident Noon Conference
4/2006 Child with Limp - 1 hour
Medical Student Lecture
11/2005 Concussion - 1 hour
Pediatric Resident Noon Conference
7/2005 Nutritional Supplements in Sports Medicine - 1 hour
Pediatric Grand Rounds at Loma Linda Medical Center
3/2005 Noon Conference Pediatrics
Sports Medicine Red Flags - 1 hour
1/2005 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Lecture Series
Head Trauma - 1 hour Abdominal Trauma - 1 hour
1/2005 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Lecture Series
Musculoskeletal Injuries - 2 hours
11/2004 Internal Medicine Noon Conference
Common Adult Sports Injuries - 1 hour
10/2004 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Conference
Common Pediatric Sports Injuries - 1 hour
10/2004 Primary Care Conference
Common Pediatric Sports Injuries - Loma Linda
9/2004 Grand Rounds at Kaiser Woodland Hills
Common Sports Injuries -1 hour
9/2004 Pediatric Noon Conference
Common Sports Injuries - 1 hour
9/2004 UCLA Noon Conference
Common Sports Injuries - 1 hour
Interactive Teaching
 
6/2007 Team Captain Rock and Roll Marathon- 10 hrs
San Diego Finish Line Medical Tent: supervision of nurses, LVN's, medical assistants, medical students, athletic trainers, physical therapists, other volunteers caring for medical issues of marathon participants.
4/2007 - 6/2007 Sports Medicine Medical Student Elective- 100 hrs
3 medical students, 2 week elective Introduction to sports medicine. Includes attending sports medicine clinics, lectures, orthopedic surgeries, physical therapy sessions, etc.
7/2006 - 6/2007 Adolescent Medicine- 120 hrs
Sports Medicine Aspect Teaching Pediatric and Internal Medicine Residents
7/2006 - 6/2007 Assistant Professor- 112 hrs
Teaching medical students in my private clinics
7/2006 - 6/2007 Medical Student Shadowing- 40 hrs
2nd year medical student introduction to outpatient clinics
7/2006 - 6/2007 Mentoring- 7 hrs
Mentoring to Pediatric Residents
7/2006 - 6/2007 Team G and Newborn Nursury- 330 hrs
3 medical students each week 2 residents each week 5 1st year medical students 08/24/06-08/30/06 01/04/07-01/10/07 03/15/07-03/21/07
6/2006 Team Captain - 8 hours
Rock N Roll Marathon, San Diego Finish Line Medical Tent: supervision of nurses, LVN's, medical assistants, residents, medical students, athletic trainers, physical therapists, other volunteers caring for medical issues of marathon participants
7/2005 - 6/2006 Adolescent Medicine - 152 hours
Sports Medicine Aspect Teaching Pediatric and Internal Medicine Residents
7/2005 - 6/2006 Assistant Professor - 93 hours
Teaching Medical Students in my private clinics
7/2005 - 6/2006 Career in Sports Medicine - 56 hours
New Elective Introduction to primary care sports medicine aimed at second year medical students, including physical therapy and orthopedics 2 students for 2 weeks
7/2005 - 6/2006 Mentoring - 12 hours
Mentorship to Pediatric Residents
7/2005 - 6/2006 Sports Medicine Rotation - 56 hours
Sports Medicine Rotation for Residents
7/2005 - 6/2006 Team G and Newborn - 335 hours
3 medical students each week 2 residents each week 5 - 1st year medical students 08/04/05-08/10/05 01/05/06-01/11/06 03/23/06-03/29/06
7/2005 - 6/2006 Team G and Newborn Nursury-330 hrs
3 medical students each week 2 residents each week 5 1st year medical students total 08/24/06-08/30/06 01/04/07-01/10/07 03/15/07-03/21/07
3/2005 Adolescent Medicine Rotation
Residents
2/2005 - 3/2005 Sports Medicine Elective
Residents - 32 hours
2/2005 Team G and Newborn Nursery
3 medical students each week. 2 residents each week.
12/2004 Adolescent Medicine Rotation
Residents
12/2004 - 1/2005 Team G and Newborn Nursery
3 medical students each week. (21 hours) 2 residents each week.
11/2004 Adolescent Medicine Rotation
Residents (52 hours)
7/2004 - 9/2004 Teaching
Medical Students in Clinics (72 hours)
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
11/2006 Recommendation Letter for Medical Student - 1 hr
7/2006 - 6/2007 Interviewing Potential Pediatric Residents - 4 hrs
Interviewing potential residency candidates
5/2006 Recommendation Letter for Medical Student
2 hours
7/2005 - 6/2006 Interviewing Potential Pediatric Residents - 12 hours
Interview pediatric residency candidates
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
4/2007 - 5/2007 Pediatric Board Review-sports medicine
Pediatric resident noon conference Preparation time 11 hrs
3/2007 Sports Medicine Elective for Residents
Goals and Objectives Preparation time 3 hrs
2/2007 - 3/2007 Get 'em out. Get 'em moving.
alumni postgraduate conference discussion Preparation time 5 hrs
11/2006 - 12/2006 Sports Medicine-Pediatric Knee
Pediatric Resident Noon Conference Preparation time 4 hrs
9/2006 - 6/2007 Sports Medicine Elective for Medical Students
Goals and Objectives Preparation time 3 hrs
8/2006 - 9/2006 Pediatric sports and orthopedic issues
Pediatric Resident Noon conference Preparation time 8 hrs
6/2006 - 7/2006 Preparticipation Evaluation
Pediatric Resident Noon Conference Preparation Time 8 hrs
4/2006 Child with Limp
Preparation time - 6 hours
4/2006 Sports Medicine Elective Rotation
Discussion of Goals and Objectives 2 hours
2/2006 - 4/2006 Pediatric Grand Rounds
Obtaining outside speaker "Update on Pediatric Skin Disorders" given in July 2006 at Loma Linda. 2 hours
9/2005 - 11/2005 Concussion
Pediatric Resident Noon Conference Preparation time 15 hours
7/2005 - 6/2006 Career in Sports Medicine
New Elective Introduction of second year medical students to primary care sports medicine, including physical therapy and orthopedics
5/2005 - 7/2005 Pediatric Grand Rounds at Loma Linda
Nutritional Supplements in Sports Medicine Preparation time 25 hours