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Trent Reed, DO, FACEP

Trent Reed, DO

Emergency Medicine

Professor
Assistant Dean for Clinical Simulation, SSOM,Chair, Department of Medical Education,Director, Continuing Medical Education,Director, Simulation Lab

Languages Spoken

English
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Clinical Expertise

Biography

Interests
Education;Family Time;Hiking-Travel;Meditation;Physical Fitness;Resident and Med Student Education;Sports

Medical Education

Medical School
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency
SUNY at Stony Brook University Medical Center - Emergency Medicine
Fellowship

Board Certification

American Board of Emergency Medicine

Research

  • Simulation Using TeamSTEPPS to Promote Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Reed, T.; Horsley, T. L.; Muccino, K.; Quinones, D.; Siddall, V. J.; McCarthy, J.; Adams, W., Nurse educator
  • Developing a Foundation for Interprofessional Education Within Nursing and Medical Curricula Horsley, T. L.; Reed, T.; Muccino, K.; Quinones, D.; Siddall, V. J.; McCarthy, J., Nurse educator
  • Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Improves Medical Student Performance and Retention of Core Clinical Skills Reed, T.; Pirotte, M.; McHugh, M.; Oh, L.; Lovett, S.; Hoyt, A. E.; Quinones, D.; Adams, W.; Gruener, G.; McGaghie, W. C., Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare
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  • Beyond the Simulation Laboratory: A Realist Synthesis Review of Clinical Outcomes of Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Griswold-Theodorson, S.; Ponnuru, S.; Dong, C.; Szyld, D.; Reed, T.; McGaghie, W. C., Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
  • Evaluating Violent Person Management Training for Medical Students in an Emergency Medicine Clerkship. Ball, CA; Kurtz, AM; Reed, T, Southern medical journal
  • Introducing point-of-care ultrasound to medical students using a fractured chicken bone model Haas, N.; Haas, M.; Hart, E.; Reed, T.; , Academic Emergency Medicine
  • Simulation-based Mastery Learning improves cardiac arrest skills attainment and retention for senior medical students McHugh, M.; Reed, T.; Hoyt, A.; Quniones, D.; Pirotte, M.; Lovett, S.; Oh, L.; , Academic Emergency Medicine
  • Simulation-based Mastery Learning improves medical student performance in laceration repair and ultrasound-guided IV Placement McHugh, M.; Reed, T.; Pirotte, M.; Lovett, S.; Oh, L.; Lovett, S.; Hoyt, A.; Quinones, D.; Adams, W.; Gruener, G.; McGaghie, W.;, Academic Emergency Medicine
  • Using the flipped classroom model in simulation-based medical education Reed, T.; Dong, C.; Szarek, J.; , Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • Improving education efficiency: using asynchronous education to achieve simulation-based Mastery Learning Reed, T.; Hoyt, A.; Quinones, D.; , Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • Online spaced education facilitates medical students retention of basic life support (BLS) knowledge and skills Reed, T.; Hoyt, A.; Calderone, M.; Guo, R.; , Academic Emergency Medicine
  • Prospective trial of video podcast use to improve knowledge and self confidence in violent patient/person management within an emergency medicine clerkship Ball, C; Kurtz, A.; Reed, T.; , Academic Emergency Medicine
  • Simulation using TeamStepps to promote interprofessional education and patient safety among nursing and medical students Reed, T.; Bensfield, L.; Muccino, K.; McCarthy, J.; Horsley, L.; Quinones, D. , Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • Gap Analysis can aid in the selection of human patient simulation cases for emergency medicine rotations. Reed, T.; Mueller, J.G.; Stake, C.E., Annals of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Reed's research interests revolve around simulation education, technology in education and various facets of medical education across the spectrum of UME, GME, continuous professional development.