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Discussion in 'Emergency Medicine' started by roja, Nov 13, 2005.

  1. roja

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    Well, senior year has been crazy. I have done two chricothyrotomies in about 7 weeks. Created an all day Critical Care Conference that went off without a hitch, and got my fellowship approved! :love:

    I had to slam together a CV and wondered if other third years were interested in sharing formats/pearls they have come across? Not to mention style/etc. anyone interested?

    Here are a few things from my PD:

    Put name and contact info first.

    Very next thing should be residency training. (I guess b/c there are still so many people applying that aren't EM residency trained)

    U/S level training.

    rest of stuff....


    I am not adverse to posting my CV if others want to share.
     
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  3. DrQuinn

    DrQuinn My name is Neo
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    here ya go:
    TRAINING & EDUCATION
    Emergency Medicine Residency 2003-2006
    Chief Resident 2005-2006
    University of South Florida / Tampa General Hospital
    Tampa, FL
    Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine cum laude 1999-2003
    Nova Southeastern University – College of Osteopathic Medicine
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL
    B.S. Health Sciences cum laude 1995-1999
    James Madison University
    Harrisonburg, VA

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    Defense Medical Consultant and Medical Paralegal 1999-2004
    Miles & Stockbridge, PC
    McLean, VA
    Author "Pimp Protector" 2003-2005
    Medical Reference Book for medical students currently under editing by Lippincott/Williams/Wilkins, scheduled for publication Spring 2007.

    AAEM Resident/Student Association Secretary/Treasurer 2005-2006

    Moderator – www.studentdoctor.net 2003-Current
    Moderator and Discussion Forums manager for internet website dedicated
    to medical students and residents, with over 60,000 registered users.
    AAEM Communications Committee Member 2004-2005

    Webmaster & Co-Designer – www.USFEMResidency.com 2004-Current

    CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE
    Board Eligible Emergency Medicine June, 2006
    ATLS Instructor 2003-Current
    Neonatal Advanced Life Support Provider 2003-Current
    ACLS Instructor/Provider 2001-Current
    BLS/PALS Provider 2001-Current
    Virginia State Licensed EMT-B 1999-2003
    AWARDS & HONORS
    Chief Resident, Department of Emergency Medicine 2005-2006
    University of South Florida

    Dean's List 1999, 2000, 2001
    Nova Southeastern University – College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Eta Sigma Gamma Scholarship Key Award 1999
    American Association of Health Education Undergraduate Major of the Year 1999

    PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
    Poster Presentation: "The Impact of Osteopathic Manipulation Treatment on Future
    Osteopathic Physicians." Accepted At AOA Scientific Assembly, 2005
    Attendee: ACEP Scientific Assembly, Washington, DC September 2005
    Speaker: "Appendicitis mimicking Acute Pancreatitis" USF EM Residency Sept 2005
    Speaker: "C-Spine Rules: Canada vs. Nexus" USF EM Residency August 2005
    Attendee: SEDMED I Conference, Los Angeles, CA July 2005
    Attendee: SAEM Scientific Assembly, New York, NY May 2005
    Attendee: Chief Resident Forum, New York, NY May 2005
    Speaker: "TIAs: Current Strategies for the Emergency Physician" TeamHealth May 2005
    Medical Directors Leadership Workshop
    St. Petersburg, FL
    Speaker: "Seroquel Overdose" USF EM Residency, Tampa, FL May 2005
    Speaker: "Tachydsyrhythmias" USF EM Residency, Tampa, FL May 2005
    Author: "DOs in Allopathic Emergency Medicine Residencies: Opinions from
    Current Residents" Common Sense Newsletter July/August 2005
    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
    American College of Emergency Physicians
    American Academy of Emergency Medicine
    Emergency Medicine Residents Association
    American Academy of Emergency Medicine Resident/Student Association
    Florida College of Emergency Physicians

    PERSONAL
    Date of Birth: July 8, 1977
    Place of Birth: Andrews Air Force Base, MD
    Interests: Skiing, Fine Dining, Computers, Video Games, Automobiles, Football, Water Sports, Boating
    RERERENCES
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  4. DrQuinn

    DrQuinn My name is Neo
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    I would be willing to email you my CV if you want...

    my resume looks a lot less impressive in 10 font on times new roman on SDN, but you get the poiunt.

    Q
     
  5. roja

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    would love to. I'll post mine shortly.... I like how you referenced residency lectures...



    :)
     
  6. roja

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    The formatting came out all wonky...



    Barbara Kilian, MD
    Adress
    Phone

    Professional Experience
    Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program
    St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, NYC, NY
    July 2003- present

    Visiting Clinical Fellow
    Department of Emergency Medicine
    Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
    New York, NY
    July 2003 – June 2006



    Education
    University of Texas HSC-San Antonio Medical School
    Doctorate in Medicine, 2003

    Southern Methodist University
    Bachelor of Arts in Cinema with Departmental Honors
    Magna Cum Laude, 1992

    Licensing and Certifications
    ARDMS Ultrasound (pending)
    ACEP Level III Ultrasound Provider
    NY State License (pending)
    BLS, ACLS, PALS, ATLS

    Professional Activities
    Co-Administrator, Academic Associate Program research associate program @ St.Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital. Aug 2005-present
    -Duties include coordinating and giving AA lectures, managing schedules, shadowing program, and coordinating research in the Emergency Medicine Department.
    Coordinator and Panel Moderator, Critical Care Conference, October 2005
    Organized and moderated Critical Care Conference with the Critical
    Care Department and the Emergency Department.
    Coordinator, Critical Care Monthly M&M conference, 2005.
    -Created and organized monthly joint EM/Critical Care Conference
    based on ICU cases.
    Member, Sepsis Committee.
    -Working with members of the Committee to develop and implement a
    Sepsis protocol based on Early Goal Directed Therapy.
    Creator, Interactive Educational DVD for Basic ED Ultrasound skills.
    -Created and developed interactive DVD based on minimal criteria for
    ED ultrasound. (in progress)



    Research & Publications:
    Chapters:
    B.Kilian. “Human Rights”. Cahill J, Anosia R, Handbook of Bioterrorism and Disaster Medicine, Springer, New York 2005.

    B.Kilian. “Reproductive Rights”. Cahill J, Anosia R, Handbook of Bioterrorism and Disaster Medicine, Springer, New York 2005.

    B.Kilian. “Internet Resources”. Cahill J, Anosia R, Handbook of Bioterrorism and Disaster Medicine, Springer, New York 2005.

    Ongoing Research:
    B. Kilian, D. Newman. “Derivation and Validation of Clinical Decision Rule for Suspected Renal Colic.” IRB approval pending

    K. Shah, B.Kilian, et al. “Does static ultrasound-preview reduce the incidence of traumatic and/or difficult lumbar puncture? A randomized controlled trial.” IRB approved.

    D.Newman, B.Kilian, et al. “Incidence of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Infection among Adult Patients Presenting to an Urban Emergency Department With Skin Infections” IRB approved

    D.Newman, B.Kilian, et al. “Epidemiology, Prevalance, and Disposition of HIV-related Visits to an Urban Emergency Department and the Status of Outpatient Medical Management” IRB approval pending

    M. Fiorini, B.Kilian. “Retrospective Review of Patients with Diverticulitis.” IRB approved

    Posters
    K.Shah, B.Kilian, T.Ashar. “Comparison of ED Physician Bedside Gallbladder Ultrasound to the Radiology Department.” NY-ACEP 2004



    Lectures
    Emergency Medicine M&M. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
    Orthopaedic Pearls. Lisfranc Fractures
    Journal Club. Joint EM/Radiology- Utility of routine admission CXR.
    Case Presentation. Priapism
    Case Presentation. Biliary Pancreatitis
    Medical Student Lectures: Pregnant Vaginal Bleeding & Cardiac Arrythmias
    Joint EM/IM Conference: DNR vs DNI, End of life issues in the ED.
     

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