Residency CV

Additional Education

  • Difficult airway course (all residents during PGY2 year)
  • Emergency Ultrasound-ACEP certification (all residents)
  • Hyperbaric Medicine Certificate (Michael Felten)
  • Neurosurgery residency (PGY1-3) (Nathan Friedline)
  • EMT-B (Nathan Friedline)
  • Army Medical Department Officer Basic Course (Nathan Friedline)
  • Advanced Wilderness Life Support (AWLS) (Jessica Holly, Eliza Johnson, Caroline Vines, Michelle Reina, Matthew Stewart, Todd Johnson)

Professional Activities

  • Moonlighting physician at local Salt Lake City community emergency departments (Jessica Holly and Mark Goodman)
  • Moonlighting physician at DayBreak Emergency Department (all residents, planned Jan 2012)
  • Peer Reviewer for Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Journal (Jessica Holly)
  • Captain, Medical Corps, United States Army (Nathan Friedline)
  • Medical and Rescue Physician. National Park Service Ranger Patrol. Denali National Park, Alaska (Nathan Friedline)
  • EMT Course Medical Director, Salt Lake City, Utah (Jay Blankenship)
  • University of Utah ultrasound course instructor (Jessica Holly, Ben Williams)

International Endeavors

DURING RESIDENCY

  • Visiting House Staff Physician, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana (Caroline Vines, Shaneen Doctor, Jessica Holly)
  • International work in Nepal and India with CIWEC and Shechen Clinic (Nepal) and Tse Phel Tob Kye Hospital in South India (Keith Curtis)
  • Medical volunteer at CIWEC Travel Medicine Center in Kathmandu, Nepal (Jay Blankenship)
  • Visiting Housestaff Physician, Lima, Peru (Patrick Ockerse and Matthew Fuller, planned January, 2012)
  • Attended IndusEM International Emergency Medicine Conference in India (Philip Craven)

PRIOR TO RESIDENCY

  • Volunteer work in South Africa 2003 (Mark Goodman)
  • Medical volunteer in Ecuador (Eliza Johnson)
  • Volunteered building houses in post-Tsunami Thailand (Eliza Johnson)
  • Healthcare Provider, Gift of Life Amman (GOLA), Amman, Jordan (Caroline Vines)
  • Taught English in South Africa (Sarah Schlein)
  • Medical Volunteer in Mali at a Protection Maternelle et Infantile, and Maternité in Mali-Volunteered at a Pediatric and Maternity Clinic (Sarah Schlein)
  • Delegate for the World Conference Against Racism in South Africa (Sarah Schlein)
  • Medical work in Ecuador; Thailand/Myanmar Refugee clinics; Nepal (Sarah Schlein)
  • Volunteered in medical clinics in South America (Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, and Ecuador) (Matthew Stewart)
  • International Health Internship with Global Service Corps (Arusha, Tanzania) (Matthew Stewart)
  • Volunteer at Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (Jay Blankenship)
  • Medical volunteer in Nicaragua (Philip Craven)
  • Medical Mission Initiative to Anáhuac, Mexico (Sarah Birdsall)
  • Volunteered drilling wells along the Amazon River in Peru.  Medical volunteer in Cuzco, Peru (Todd Johnson)

Volunteer

  • Event physician for FIM World Superbike Championship (Nathan Friedline)
  • Event physician for Dew Tour Toyota Challenge. Salt Lake City, UT. (Mark Goodman)
  • Event physician for America's Cup Bobsled. Park City, UT.  (Mark Goodman)
  • Event physician for Park City Pioneers Hockey Club.  Park City, UT.  (Mark Goodman)
  • Event physician at Pearl Jam/ Ben Harper concert in 2009.
  • Advanced Wilderness First Responder instructor (Eliza Johnson, Todd Johnson, and Michelle Reina)
  • CPR certification instructor (Eliza Johnson)
  • MedWAR (medical wilderness adventure race) Co-organizer, Park City, Utah (Matthew Stewart, Nathan Friedline, Caroline Vines, Patrick Ockerse, Mark Goodman, Michael Felten, Andy Dorais)
  • Advisor for ECFMG J-1 Foreign Visitor exchange program: provide help and advice for those trying to obtain J-1 Visa (Philip Craven)
  • Event Physician – University of Utah vs Brigham Young University; American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division II Conference Match (Jeremiah Ray) 
  • Event Physician – 38th Stanford University Cross Country Invitational; Stanford, CA (Jeremiah Ray)
  • Event Physician – United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) Slopestyle, Halfpipe, Giant Slalom and Slalom qualifiers. Park City Mountain Resort, Park City, UT (Jeremiah Ray)
  • Event Physician - The Winter Dew Tour; Slopestyle and Superpipe qualifiers. Snowbasin Resort, Ogden, UT (Jeremiah Ray) 

Leadership Roles In National Associations

  • ACEP Sports Medicine Section representative (Mark Goodman)
  • Utah ACEP chapter resident representative (Sarah Schlein)
  • EMRA resident representative, EMRA international committee member, EMRA health policy committee member (Sarah Schlein)
  • EMRA resident representative (Jeremiah Ray)

Administration

  • University of Utah Emergency Medicine website development (Michael Felten)

Languages

  • Conversational Arabic (Caroline Vines)
  • Conversational German (Nathan Friedline)
  • Spanish (Philip Craven & Matthew Stewart)
  • Conversational Spanish (Sarah Birdsall)
  • Conversational Tibetan (Keith Curtis)

Publications (Peer Reviewed)

Perez M, Fonda H, Le VV, Mitiku T, Ray J, Freeman J, Ashley E, Froelicher V. Adding an Electrocardiogram to the Pre-Participation Exam in Competitive Athletes: A Systematic Review. Curr Probl Cardiol. 2009;34(12):586-662.

Jeremiah W. Ray. Miserably Healthy. H&P - The Stanford Medical Student Journal. Spring 2009;13:3;16.

Jeremiah W. Ray. Putting out the Midnight Fires: Dr. Matt Strehlow, Emergency Medicine. H&P - The Stanford Medical Student Journal Autumn 2007;12:1:20-21.

Blankenship JF, Standley TB, Estrada B. Identifying disseminated tuberculosis. Inf in Med. 2008;25(3):144-49

Nathan C Dean, M.D.; Jason Jones, PhD; Dominik Aronsky, M.D., PhD; Caroline G. Vines, M.D.; Samuel Brown, M.D.; Barbara E. Jones, M.D.; Todd Allen, M.D.  Hospital admission decision for patients with community-acquired pneumonia: Variability among physicians in an emergency department.  Ann Emerg Med. 2011 Sep 8.

Donald V. La Barge III, M.D., Perry P. Ng, M.D., Edwin A. Stevens, M.D., Nathan K. Friedline, M.D., John R. Kestle, M.D., and Richard H. Schmidt, M.D., Ph.D. Extended intracranial applications for ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer (Onyx): mycotic and dissecting aneurysms. J Neurosurg 111:114–118, 2009.

Zeng L, Rahrmann E, Hu Q, Lund T, Sandquist L, Felten M, O'Brien TD, Zhang J, Verfaillie C,. Multipotent Adult Progenitor Cells from Swine Bone Marrow. Stem Cells. 2006 Nov;24(11):2355-66.

Holly J, Bledsoe J, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Bossart P, MD, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of an Emergency Department Observation Unit Protocol for Trauma Activation Patients. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. In press.

Bledsoe J, Hamilton D, Bess E, Holly J, Sturges Z, Madsen T. Treatment of Low-risk Pulmonary Embolism Patients in a Chest Pain Unit. Critical Pathways in Cardiology. 2010 Dec;9(4):212-215.

Hsu L, Rhoads K, Holly J, Kellman P, Aletras A, Arai A. Quantitative Myocardial Perfusion Analysis with a Dual-Bolus Contrast Enhanced First-Pass MR Imaging Technique in Humans.  Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.  2006 March;23(3):315-22.

Jones B, Ockerse P, Grissom C, Elliot G, Woller S, Catheter-directed thrombolysis to treat a mobile right atrial thrombus. Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging 2011. (Submitted).

Holly J, Hamilton D, Bledsoe J, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of the Treatment of Intermediate-Risk Chest Pain Patients in an Emergency Department Observation Unit. Critical Pathways in Cardiology. (Submitted).

Holly J, Hamilton D, Mallin M, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of the Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction (TIMI) Score as a Risk Stratification Tool for Chest Pain Patients Admitted to an Emergency Department Observation Unit. (Submitted).

Blankenship JF, Rogers L, White J, Carey A, Fosnocht D, Hopkins C, Madsen, T. Prospective Evaluation of the Treatment of Pain in the Emergency Department Using Computerized Physician Order Entry. J Am Medical Informatics Association. (Submitted).

Caroline G Vines, M.D.; Nathan C Dean, M.D. Technology implementation impacting the outcomes of patients with Community Acquired Pneumonia.  Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. (Submitted).

Publications (Book Chapters)

Johnson E, et al. Missionary Medicine: a health guide for LDS missionaries. In press.

Nathan Friedline, Paul Auerbach. Nonmedical Backcountry Equipment for Wilderness Professionals. Wilderness Medicine. 7th ed.

Blankenship JF, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: African Trypanosomiasis. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Blankenship JF, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: American Trypanosomiasis. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Blankenship JF, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Typhoid Fever. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Ockerse P, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Pulmonary Embolism. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Ockerse P, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Myocardial Infarction. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Ockerse P, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Congestive Heart Failure. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Holly J, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Ectopic Pregnancy. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Holly J, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Postpartum Fever. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Holly J, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Placental Abruption. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association. Texas, 2011. In press.

Goodman, M, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter: Procedural Sedation. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association, Texas, 2011. In Press.

Goodman, M, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter:  Carbon Monoxide. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association, Texas, 2011. In Press.

Goodman, M, Schroeder E, Becker J, et al. Chapter:  Carbamate Poisoning. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association, Texas, 2011. In Press.

Vines, Caroline.  Seizures.  In: Becker J and Schroeder ED. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association, Texas, 2011. In Press.

Vines, Caroline.  Nontraumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage.  In: Becker J and Schroeder ED. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association, Texas, 2011. In Press.

Vines, Caroline.  Procedures in Emergency Medicine. In: Becker J and Schroeder ED. International Emergency Medicine Handbook. Emergency Medicine Residents' Association, Texas, 2011. In Press

Abstract Presentations/Conferences

Reina M, et al. When it's okay to hit a monkey: an animal bite review. Wilderness Medicine National Conference. Salt Lake City, UT. April 2011.

Craven P, et al. Patient anxiety may affect efficacy of emergency department pain management. Presented at ACEP, Oct. 2011.

Craven P, et al. EMS crews can diagnose pre-hospital STEMI with high specificity after minimal ECG training. Will present NAEMSP conference in San Antonio, January 2012

Wilson C, Ray J, Youngquist S, Davis V. A Retrospective Review of Ketofol Versus Propofol for Emergency Department Sedation. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly October 1, 2010; Las Vegas, NV.  

Singer AJ, Dagum AB. Abstract prepared by Jeremiah Ray. Current Management of Acute Cutaneous Wounds. Wilderness Environ Med. 2009; 20(4): 389.

Müller GC, Junnila A, Kravchenko VD, Revay EE, Butler J, Orlova OB, Weiss RW, Schlein Y. Abstract prepared byJeremiah Ray. Ability of Essential Oil Candles to Repel Biting Insects in High and Low Biting Pressure Environments. Wilderness Environ Med. 2009; 20(2): 192-194.

Ray JW, Kartunen AJ, Froelicher VF. High Intensity Resistance Training, Left Ventricular Hypertrophy and Hypertension in Young Healthy Males. 25th Annual Stanford Medical Student Research Symposium May 14, 2008; Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

Ray JW, Kartunen AJ, Froelicher VF. High Intensity Resistance Training, Left Ventricular Hypertrophy and Hypertension in Young Healthy Males. American College of Cardiology 57th Annual Scientific Session Mar. 29, 2008; Chicago, IL.  

Ray JW, Kartunen AJ, Froelicher VF. High Intensity Resistance Training Induces Left Ventricular Hypertrophy without Hemodynamic Benefits in Young Healthy Males. 17th Annual American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Meeting Mar. 27, 2008; Las Vegas, NV.

Ray JW, Tenforde AS, Frost AM, Slikker W, Deshmukh SD, Forfota CV, Liebert CA, Pearl JI. Physical Health Intervention at Costaño Middle School. 6th Annual Stanford Fall Forum on Community Health and Public Service Oct. 9, 2007; Stanford University, Stanford, CA.  

Ray JW, Tenforde AS, Frost AM, Slikker W, Deshmukh SD, Forfota CV, Liebert CA, Pearl JI. Physical Health Intervention at Costaño Middle School. 24th Annual Stanford Medical Student Research Symposium May 16, 2007; Stanford University, Stanford, CA.  

Jeremiah W. Ray and Aram N. Nersissian. The Effect of Axial Ligands on Redox Potential of Blue Copper Binding Proteins. Occidental College Summer Research Symposium July 31, 2005; Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA.  

Anne E. Davis and Jeremiah W. Ray. How Socialized Medicine Influences the Quality of Emergency Care in Sweden. 19th National Conference on Undergraduate Research Apr. 22, 2005; Washington and Lee University and the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA.  

Jeremiah W. Ray and Aram N. Nersissian. The Effect of Axial Ligands on Redox Potential of Blue Copper Proteins. Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research Nov. 20, 2004; Whittier College, Whittier, CA.  

Anne E. Davis and Jeremiah W. Ray. Babies and Blunders: How Socialized Medicine Influences the Quality of Maternity and Emergency Care in Sweden. Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research Nov. 20, 2004; Whittier College, Whittier, CA.  

Anne E. Davis and Jeremiah W. Ray. How Socialized Medicine Influences the Quality of Maternity and Emergency Care in Sweden. Richter International Research Conference Sept. 18, 2004; Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA.

Blankenship JF, Rogers L, White J, Carey A, Fosnocht D, Hopkins C, Madsen, T. Prospective Evaluation Of the Treatment Of Pain In the Emergency Department Using Computerized Physician Order Entry. Western Regional Society For Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, Keystone, CO. 2/2011. Society For Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 6/2011.

Enslow M, Blankenship JF, Fix M, Davis V, Madsen T. Emergency Medicine resident anesthesia training in a private practice versus academic setting. Western Regional Society For Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, Keystone, CO. 2/2011. Council Of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors National Conference, San Diego, CA. 3/2011. Society For Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 6/2011.

Blankenship JFOckerse P, Davis V, Fix M, Madsen T. Emergency Medicine Resident Orthopedics Training In Outpatient Ski Clinics Versus Inpatient Setting. Council Of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors National Conference, San Diego, CA. 3/2011.

Goodman M, et al. Intranasal Sufentanil for the Treatment of Acute Pain in a Winter Resort Clinic. Abstract accepted to American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum. San Francisco, CA. October 2011.

Goodman M, et al. Sensitivity and Predictors of Positive Lower Extremity Venous Duplex Ultrasound in the Setting of Pulmonary Embolism. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine National Meeting, Boston, MA. June, 2010.

Allen T, Martial C, Nelson N, Holly JDoctor S, Kuttler K, Watson W, Garrison T, Clemmer T, Bishop C. Compliance with a Sepsis Bundle in Patients with Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Improves Mortality: A Multi-Hospital Study. Western Regional and Annual Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Meetings, March and June, 2010.

Holly J, Bledsoe J, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Bernhisel K, Bossart P, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of an Emergency Department Observation Unit Protocol for Trauma Activation Patients. Western Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Meeting, March, 2010, and accepted for February, 2011.

Holly J, Hamilton D, Mallin M, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of the Use of the Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction (TIMI) Score as a Risk Stratification Tool for Chest Pain Patients Admitted to an Emergency Department Observation Unit. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly, October 2011.

Johnson E, Youngquist S, Madsen T, Hopkins C.  Hospital Outcomes In Elderly Patients Injured At Winter Resorts.  Presented at Regional SAEM meeting February 2009.

Johnson E, Holly J, Hamilton D, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of Outcomes in Geriatric Chest Pain patients Admitted to an Emergency Department Observation Unit. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly, October 2011.

Holly J, Johnson E, Hamilton D, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of Outcomes in Young Chest Pain Patients Admitted to an Emergency Department Observation Unit. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly, October 2011.

Holly J, Hamilton D, Bledsoe J, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Barton E, Madsen T. Prospective Evaluation of the Treatment of Moderate-Risk Chest Pain Patients in an Emergency Department Observation Unit. Western Regional and Annual Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Meetings, February and June, 2011.

Holly J, McIntosh S, Schimelpfenig Tod, Leemon D. Prevalence of High-Altitude Illness on National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Adventure Courses. Annual Western States Winter Conference on Emergency Medicine, February, 2011. 

Holly J, Gertsch J, Mulcahy A, Holck P, Basnyat B. Is Ibuprofen Effective for the Prevention Against Acute Mountain Sickness: the Altitude Sickness in Climbers Efficacy of NSAIDs Trial (ASCENT). David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Scholarship Day, May, 2009.

Holly J, Sowash J, Johansen B, Abrazado M, Storer T, Cooper C. Analysis of Low Chronotropic Index from 1,145 Cardiopulmonary Exercise Tests.  Josiah-Brown Poster Fair at UCLA, August, 2006. UCLA Department of Medicine Conference, October, 2006.

Holly J, Padmanabhan S, Hsu L, Cannon R, Arai A. Effect of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Vasodilated Myocardial Perfusion by Quantitative MRI. Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Ninth Scientific Session, 2006.  American Heart Association Scientific Session, 2005. 

Cao J, Sigurdsson S, Vincent P, Padmanabhan S, Holly J, Launer L, Aletras A, Eiriksdottir G, Gudnason V, Harris T, Arai A. The Prevalence of Infarct and Non-Infarct as the Etiology in Impaired LV Systolic Function in the Elderly,  A Gadolinium Enhanced Cardiac MRI Study. American Heart Association Scientific Session, 2005. 

Vincent P, Sigurdsson S, Holly J, Kellman P, Aletras A, Arai A. Use of Phase Sensitive Inversion Recovery (PSIR) to Enable Delayed Enhancement Imaging of Myocardial infarction in an Epidemiological Study: Insights from Quality Assurance in the ICELAND MI Study. Society of MRI Technologists International Scientific Session, 2005.

Holly J, Padmanabhan S, Hsu L, Cannon R, Arai A.  Serial Changes in Quantitative Myocardial Perfusion in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Rehabilitation Measured by MRI. National Institutes of Health Post-Baccalaureate Poster Day, 2005. 

Holly J, Varghese S, Maeng S, Yeung J, Shen L.  Reduced Renal Function Leads to Impaired Glucose Metabolism in Gdnf Haploinsufficient Mice. National Institutes of Health Post-Baccalaureate Poster Day, 2004.

Birdsall S. Influence of genetic variants in immune response genes on cell-mediated immune response in a cohort of Australian medical students.  Research Day at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio; San Antonio, TX; 2008.

Birdsall S. Vibrio Trends in the United States: 1988-2005. Plan II Thesis Symposium; Austin, TX; 2006.

Birdsall S. Environmental Analysis of Texas Bay Waters for Vibrio Species. Texas Department of State Health Services; Austin, TX; 2005.

Vines C, et al. Variability in the Rate of Hospital Admissions for Community Acquired Pneumonia by Emergency Physicians in a Single Hospital Practice" at Western Regional SAEM Conference.  Sonoma, CA, March 2010.

Research Projects (Ongoing)

  • Observation unit chest pain patients (Jessica Holly, Eliza Johnson, Matthew Fuller, Mentor: Troy Madsen)
  • Bedside Ultrasound for Fracture diagnosis (Mark Goodman, Patrick Ockerse, Mentor: Virgil Davis)
  • Writing burn review for EM Critical Care (Jeremiah Ray, Mentor: Robert Preston)
  • Injury patterns in motor vehicle collisions (Jeremiah Ray, Mentor: Scott Youngquist)
  • Ultrasound guided bougies-assisted cricothyroidotomy (Keith Curtis, Mentor: Mike Mallin)
  • Using US to assist in the diagnosis of hydronephrosis to forego CT scanning for flank pain (Ben Williams, Mentor)
  • Using delta trop and CK-MB to reduce need for cardiac rule out admissions (Ben Williams, Mentor)
  • Decreasing radiology turnaround times in the ED (Michelle Reina, Mentor: Christy Hopkins)
  • Helmet use in winter sports injured in area resorts (Michelle Reina, Mentor: Christy Hopkins)

MESSAGE FROM THE PROGRAM DIRECTORS

Only a few years ago, the presence of an emergency medicine residency in Utah was still just a dream. In 2005 that dream became a reality, and in June of 2008 we graduated our first class of emergency medicine residents.

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Academic Program Manager
Christine Carlson
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Phone (801) 581-2272