Dr. Gary Geis is a pediatric emergency medicine physician practicing in Cincinnati, OH. Dr. Geis specializes in providing care for critically ill and injured children. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physicians possess a vast amount of knowledge in areas such as neonatology, critical care and forensic pediatrics. Children involved in automobile accidents, child abuse or near-drowning episodes are frequent cases treated by pediatric emergency medicine physicians.
Education and Training
Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati Oh 1997
University of Cincinnati / Main Campus 1997
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine 1997
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Emergency Medicine
- Programed instruction in nursing. 1. Some basic principles of the technique and essential features.
- APPLYING PRINCIPLES OF THE TECHNIQUE IN PRODUCING MATERIALS.
- Evaluation, management, and outcome of focal bacterial infections (FBIs) in nontoxic infants under two months of age.
- Impact of simulation-based extracorporeal membrane oxygenation training in the simulation laboratory and clinical environment.
- Past imperfect, present conditional: Some research on formative evaluation.
- Impact of multidisciplinary simulation-based training on patient safety in a paediatric emergency department.
- Identification of latent safety threats using high-fidelity simulation-based training with multidisciplinary neonatology teams.
- Teamwork skills in actual, in situ, and in-center pediatric emergencies: performance levels across settings and perceptions of comparative educational impact.
- High-fidelity simulation versus case-based discussion for teaching medical
- Defining the Simulation Technician Role: Results of a Survey-Based Study.
- Lessons learned from administration of high-dose methylprednisolone sodium succinate for acute pediatric spinal cord injuries.
- Compatibility of ZOLL Defibrillators in Simulation-Based Training.
- The evolution of a "teaching program" on examination of the urine.
- Programmed instructional material for a medical school laboratory course.
- Childrens Hosp Med Ctr, Pediatric Emergency Medicine-Pediatrics; Eastern Va Med Sch, Pediatrics
- Childrens Hospital Med Center
- Children's Hospital/Boston Medical Center Program A
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