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Emergency Medicine Simulation Team

 

Rob Cloutier, MD, FAAEMRobert Cloutier

Dr. Cloutier is the current Director of Emergency Medical Simulation in the OHSU Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Cloutier is dual boarded in both Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. His simulation experience dates back to the late 90’s with low fidelity simulation during his Pediatric EM Fellowship. Recent experience at OHSU has included both low and high fidelity simulation as part of resident training. More recently this has progressed to only high fidelity simulation with a particular interest in in-situ high fidelity simulation for pre-hospital providers as well as physicians and nurses.

 

Patrick BrunettPatrick Brunett, MD, FACEP

Dr. Brunett is Associate Professor & Associate Chair for Education, and Director of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Oregon Health & Science University. He is a graduate of the EMF/ACEP Teaching Fellowship and has served on the CORD Standardized Evaluation Methods Committee, EM Model of Clinical Practice Task Force, ABEM Initial Certification Task Force, and Ethics in Resident Recruitment Task Force. He has been instrumental in creating the Education Research and Global Health Fellowships at OHSU and has expanded his program’s use of evidence-based medicine and medical simulation as educational tools. He has been involved with medical simulation curriculum development for the past decade, and has spoken nationally on simulation-based ACLS training. His principal research focus is bedside teaching and evaluative methods in medical education. He has been recognized as the School of Medicine’s Faculty Mentor of the Year and twice as the department’s Academic Instructor of the Year.

 

James McNultyJames McNulty, BS, EMT-P

James is a Simulation Senior Trainer/Coordinator for the Department of Emergency Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University.  He received his BS in Biology from the University of Minnesota and graduated from OHSU's Emergency Medical Technology program in 2009. He served as a Lab Instructor for the OHSU/OIT Paramedic Education Program for 3 years and is also a former Clinical Research Volunteer in the OHSU ED.