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overview Dr. Alisa McQueen completed her residency at the Boston Combined Residency in Pediatrics and fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital. She joined the University of Chicago faculty in 2008 and now considers herself an official Midwesterner. She is dedicated to innovative curriculum development, including the use of high fidelity simulation based clinical education, and prides herself on getting to know each resident personally.
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Concept Neurology
Concept Pediatrics
Academic Article Using a tablet computer during pediatric procedures: a case series and review of the "apps".
Academic Article "Not little adults": pediatric considerations in medical simulation.
Academic Article A National Survey of Pediatric Residents' Professionalism and Social Networking: Implications for Curriculum Development.
Academic Article Lumbar puncture success rate is not influenced by family-member presence.
Academic Article Impact of Just-in-Time and Just-in-Place Simulation on Intern Success With Infant Lumbar Puncture.
Academic Article Child Neurology Education for Pediatric Residents.
Academic Article How Residents Learn From Patient Feedback: A Multi-Institutional Qualitative Study of Pediatrics Residents' Perspectives.
Academic Article The Challenges of Multisource Feedback: Feasibility and Acceptability of Gathering Patient Feedback for Pediatric Residents.
Academic Article The Effect of Faculty Coaching on Resident Attitudes, Confidence, and Patient-Rated Communication: A Multi-Institutional Randomized Controlled Trial.
Academic Article Using rapid cycle deliberate practice to improve primary and secondary survey in pediatric trauma.
Academic Article Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice Simulation Curriculum Improves Pediatric Trauma Performance: A Prospective Cohort Study.
Academic Article A Modified Delphi Study to Prioritize Content for a Simulation-based Pediatric Curriculum for Emergency Medicine Residency Training Programs.
Concept Pediatric Emergency Medicine
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