Daniel Robinson
Section of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine

Training

DegreeYearInstitutionArea
MHPE-2015University of Illinois at ChicagoHealth Professions Education
BS2007Gonzaga University Biology
MD2011University of Washington School of MedicineMedicine
Residency2014Western Michigan University School of MedicineEmergency Medicine
Fellowship2016University of Illinois at Chicago Simulation and Medical Education

Academic Interests

Dr. Robinson’s work focuses on medical simulation and medical education in both undergraduate and graduate medical education. He utilizes simulation as a novel tool for introducing new procedures, skills, and teamwork to medical students, resident physicians, and practicing physicians as well as nurses and EMTs. Dr. Robinson has interests in competency based medical education and curriculum development. Within Emergency Medicine he is specifically interested in researching how emergency medicine teaches residents knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for practice after residency. One such notable area is researching how emergency medicine residents are taught emergency obstetrical and gynecological skills.


Representative Publications

  1. Chan, MD, MHPE, Teresa M.; Gottlieb, MD, Michael; Fant, MD, MS, Abra L.; Messman, MD, Anne; Robinson, MD, Daniel W.; Cooney, MD, Robert R.; et al.(2016). ALiEM Academic Primer Series: Five Key Papers Fostering Educational Scholarship in Junior Academic Faculty. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, Advance online publication. uciem_westjem_31126. Retrieved from: http://escholarship.org/uc/item/3vm3306v



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