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Published Abstracts

  1. Del Portal D, Wald D. A Shock Workshop for 1st Year medical Students Using Novel Teaching Methods. West J Emerg Med. 2017; 18:s38-39.
  2. Wald DA, Hine, J, Suzuki E, Popoff S.  Development of Video Cases for an Anatomy-Based Clinical Reasoning Workshop.  Acad Emerg Med. 2016; 23:s279.
  3. Naples R, Siegel M, Repanshek J, Repanshek Z, Wald D.  Novel use of hybrid simulation for resident education and experience in death notification. West J Emerg Med. 2015; 15:s26.
  4. Repanshek Z, Repanshek J, Naples R, Wald D.  Using Simulation to Facilitate an Emergency Medicine Morbidity & Mortality Conference. Acad Emerg Med. 2015; 22:s428.
  5. Naples R, Siegel M, Repanshek J, Repanshek Z, Wald D.  Emergency Medicine Resident Experience with Death Telling. Acad Emerg Med. 2015; 22:s194.
  6. Wald DA, Peet A. "Acting" Interns, Assessing When Senior Medical Students Call for Help Using Standardized Patients. West J Emerg Med.2015; 15:s1.
  7. Manire M, Mutter O, Rose M. A Novel Gynecologic Educational Curriculum to Increase Student Engagement and Learning in the Ob/Gyn Clerkship. CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting 2020. 
  8. Koffman L, Sanam B, Xin Z; Garcia P, Cripe J. Simulation-based training for neurologic emergencies.  Critical Care Medicine 51(1):p 247, January 2023.  Available at: 


  1. Guido J, Telford B, Llerena L, Stergiopoulos S, Huber C, Cross, A, Brannick M. The value of psychometric analysis of the advanced trauma life support cognitive test. The American Journal of Surgery 217 (2019) 800-805. Available at:
  2. Goldberg M, Mazzei M, Maher Z , Fish J, Milner R, Yu D, Goldberg A. Optimizing Performance through Stress Training-an Educational Strategy for Surgical Residents. The American Journal of Surgery 216 (2018) 618-623. Available at:
  3. Wald DA, Peet A, Cripe J, Kinloch M.  A Simulated “Night on Call” Experience for Graduating Medical Students.  MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2016; 12:10483. Available at:
  4. Koller SE, Moore RF, Goldberg MB, Zhang J, Yu D, Conklin C, Milner RE, Goldberg AJ. An Informed Consent Program Enhances Surgery Resident Education. J Surg Edu 74 (5) (2017), pp. 906-913. Available at:
  5. Wald DA, Buttaro B.  A workshop combining simulation and self-directed learning to teach medical students about pneumonia. MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2016; 12:10390. Available at:
  6. Wald DA, Pontious J, Miller CP, Wang A. The Current State of Emergency Medical Training in U.S. Schools of Podiatric Medicine. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 2015; 105:47-50.
  7. Afif I, Goldberg A, Zhao H, O’Shaughnessy G,  Kling S, Nathan H, Hasz R, Dauer E. Formal Training Improves Resident Understanding and Communication Regarding Brain Death/Death by Neurologic Criteria. The Journal of Surgical Education _ Volume 79/Number 1 (2022) 198–205. Available at: 
  8. Kim D, Wick-Garcia P, Ramsey F, Swartz K, Kinosian B, Miller R, Uy J.    A city-wide geriatric-oriented point-of-care ultrasound curriculum during geriatric fellowship. The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2023;71:E10–E13. Available at: 
  9. YongV, ZhaoH, GilmoreK, CripeJ, ConklinC, DauerE. Procedural-based Specialties Benefit from a Formal Informed Consent and Disclosures Educational Program. Journal of Surgical education 2022 May-Jun;79(3):725-731. Available at: 
  10. Guido J, Telford B, Llerena L, Stergiopoulos S, Huber C, Cross A, Brannick M.  The value of psychometric analysis of the advanced trauma life support cognitive test: Outcome of an ACS-Accredited educational institute multisite study. The American Journal of Surgery, 2019 Apr;217(4) p800-805 Available at: 
  11. Aioub M, Gee T, Mutter O, Harmon K, Abdo A, Prescott S, Zhao H, Diaz J, Ayala-Crespo A. Development and Implementation of a Robotic Surgery Training Curriculum. Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, Vol 28(II), Nov 2021, P598. Available at: