Community Outreach

Available Speakers

Faculty members of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine have extensive experience lecturing on a variety of medical topics throughout the United States. The following physicians welcome invitations to speak on the topics listed below.

Contact us at pemadmin@hsc.utah.edu to discuss speaker scheduling.

Faculty Subject(s)
Sarah Becker, DO - Pediatric Airway
David C. Chaulk, MD, MPH - Pediatric Orthopedics, Traumatic/atraumatic
- Transporting the Critically Ill or Injured Child
- Physician Leadership/Change Management
- Pediatric Quality and Patient Safety
Zachary Drapkin, MD - Pediatric Airway
- Video Laryngoscopy
- Febrile Infant
- Eye Emergencies
- Pediatric Neck Infections
- Pediatric Seizures
Nanette Dudley, MD - Navigating and Academic Career
- Family Presence in the Acute Care Setting
- What is Child Death Review?
- Patient Safety
- Quality Improvement
Eric Glissmeyer, MD - Appendicitis
- Arm Fractures in Children
- Computerized Physician Order Entry & Medical Informatics
- Febrile Infant Diagnostic Management
- Urinary Tract Infections in Young Infants
Lucy Hansen, MD

- Asthma
- Hyperbilirubinemia
- Fever in Neonates

Bruce Herman, MD - Child Physical Abuse
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Pediatric Poisonings
- Bites and Stings
Hilary Hewes, MD - EMSC
- Disaster Medicine: Pediatric-specific Concerns
- Ultrasound in the Pediatric Emergency Department
- Pediatric Trauma
Maija Holsti, MD, MPH - Burns
- Child with a Limp
- Fractures
- Clinical Study Types
- American Indian and Alaskan Native Health
Michael Johnson, MD - Emergency Management of Pediatric Asthma
- Pediatric Bronchiolitis
- Quality Improvement in Acute Care Settings
Howard Kadish, MD - Pediatric Head Injury
- Fever in Children
- Pediatric Sedation
- Bronchiolitis
- Thoracic Trauma
- Urological Emergencies
- Healthcare Economics
Elizabeth Keating, MD,
MSPH/HSA
- Global Health
- Pediatric Emergency Care in Low-Resource Settings
- Pediatric Public Health
- Fever in the Returning Traveler
Allison Keller, MD - Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury
- EMS and EMSC in Utah
- Pediatric Transport and Medical Control
- Suicide Prevention in the Emergency Department
- Apneic Oxygenation and Delayed Sequence Intubation
Roni Lane, MD - Pediatric Sepsis
- Rare Utah Infectious Diseases
- Pediatric Shock
- Sickle Cell Disease in the Emergency Department
- Pediatric Genitourinary Emergencies
- Emergency Management of Pediatric Anaphylaxis
- Pediatric Septic Shock
- Quality Improvement in the Emergency Department Setting
Chari Larsen, MD - Acute Otitis Media & Bacterial Sinusitis
- Hyperbilirubinemia
- Strep Pharyngitis
- Magnet Ingestions
- Pediatric Observation Medicine
- Pediatric Seizures
- Pediatric Gastroenteritus
Michael Miescier, MD, MPH - Fever in Children
- Airway Management
- Pediatric Eye Emergencies
Doug Nelson, MD - Pediatric Procedural Sedation
- Pediatric Behavioral Emergencies
- Pediatric Seizures
- Wound Management
Jennifer Plumb, MD, MPH - Opioid Overdose Prevention
- Naloxone Rescue Kits
- Pediatric Toxicology and Poisoning
- Meeting Health Needs in Marginalized Populations
- Drug User Health
Charles Pruitt, MD - Injury Prevention and Advocacy
Jeff Robison, MD

- Global Health
- Pediatric Global Health- Emergency Care in Resource-Limited Settings
- Trauma in Low and Middle-Income Countries

David Sandweiss, MD

- Pediatric Observation Care
- Pediatric Bronchiolitis
- Pediatric Asthma

Jeff Schunk, MD - Pediatric Foreign Bodies
- Fever in Children
- Approach to the Child with an Acute Limp
- Medical Decision Making
- Pediatric Head Trauma
- Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)
Joyce Soprano, MD - Common Pediatric Sports Injuries
- Knee Pain in the Pediatric Patient
- COVID-19 and MIS-C
- Pediatric Stroke
Stephanie Spanos, MD - J-Tip Jet Injector Anesthesia
- Critical Procedure Training
- Pediatric Medical Simulation
- Pediatric Emergency Preparedness
- Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound
Matt Steimle, DO, FAAP,
FACEP
- How to build a Point of Care Ultrasound Curriculum for various learners: medical students, nurses, residents, fellows, attending physicians, advance practice providers
- How to build a Point of Care Ultrasound Program in various Practice Settings
- How to collaborate Point of Care Ultrasound in an Institution
- How to obtain Point of Care Ultrasound Privileging
- How to use Point of Care Ultrasound in Global, Rural, and Austere Environments
- How to use Point of Care Ultrasound in various clinical situation including: shock, hypotension, trauma, cardiac, lung, ocular, musculoskeletal, skin, and soft tissue pathology

Contact Us

Phone: 801-587-7450
Fax: 801-587-7455

Department of Pediatrics
Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

PO Box 581289
Salt Lake City, Utah 84158