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Name
Trent Reed
Degree
D.O.
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Rank
Professor
Primary Department
Emergency Medicine
Joint Department
Medical Education
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Locations
Emergency Facility
Certifications
American Board of Emergency Medicine
Education
Medical School
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residencies
SUNY at Stony Brook University Medical Center, Emergency Medicine
Hobbies
Education
Family Time
Hiking-Travel
Meditation
Physical Fitness
Resident and Med Student Education
Sports
Summaries
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.
Publications
Kule, A; Richards, RA; Vazquez, HM; Adams, WH; Reed, TMedical Student Ultrasound-Guided Intravenous Catheter Education: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Overtraining in a Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Setting. Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2021 ;
Lovett, S; Reed, T; Riggs, R; Lew, G; Koch, E; Durazo-Arvizu, RA; Rech, MAA Randomized, Non-Inferiority, Controlled Trial of Two Doses of Intravenous Sub-Dissociative Ketamine for Analgesia in the Emergency Department. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2020 ;
Reed,T.; Horsley,T. L.; Muccino,K.; Quinones,D.; Siddall,V. J.; McCarthy,J.; Adams,W.Simulation Using TeamSTEPPS to Promote Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Nurse educator 2017 ;42(3):E1-E5
Horsley,T. L.; Reed,T.; Muccino,K.; Quinones,D.; Siddall,V. J.; McCarthy,J.Developing a Foundation for Interprofessional Education Within Nursing and Medical Curricula Nurse educator 2016 ;41(5):234-238
Reed,T.; Pirotte,M.; McHugh,M.; Oh,L.; Lovett,S.; Hoyt,A. E.; Quinones,D.; Adams,W.; Gruener,G.; McGaghie,W. C.Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Improves Medical Student Performance and Retention of Core Clinical Skills Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2016 ; :
McHugh,M.; Reed,T.; Hoyt,A.; Quniones,D.; Pirotte,M.; Lovett,S.; Oh,L.; Simulation-based Mastery Learning improves cardiac arrest skills attainment and retention for senior medical students Academic Emergency Medicine 2015 ;22(Supplement):
Griswold-Theodorson,S.; Ponnuru,S.; Dong,C.; Szyld,D.; Reed,T.; McGaghie,W. C.Beyond the Simulation Laboratory: A Realist Synthesis Review of Clinical Outcomes of Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 2015 ;90(11):1553-1560
Reed,T.; Dong,C.; Szarek,J.; Using the flipped classroom model in simulation-based medical education Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2015 ;10(6):
Ball, CA; Kurtz, AM; Reed, TEvaluating Violent Person Management Training for Medical Students in an Emergency Medicine Clerkship. Southern medical journal 2015 ;108(9)
McHugh,M.; Reed,T.; Pirotte,M.; Lovett,S.; Oh,L.; Lovett,S.; Hoyt,A.; Quinones,D.; Adams,W.; Gruener,G.; McGaghie,W.;Simulation-based Mastery Learning improves medical student performance in laceration repair and ultrasound-guided IV Placement Academic Emergency Medicine 2015 ;22(Supplement):
Haas,N.; Haas,M.; Hart,E.; Reed,T.; Introducing point-of-care ultrasound to medical students using a fractured chicken bone model Academic Emergency Medicine 2015 ;22(Supplement):
Reed,T.; Hoyt,A.; Quinones,D.; Improving education efficiency: using asynchronous education to achieve simulation-based Mastery Learning Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2014 ;9(6):
Reed,T.; Hoyt,A.; Calderone,M.; Guo,R.; Online spaced education facilitates medical students retention of basic life support (BLS) knowledge and skills Academic Emergency Medicine 2014 ;25(Supplement):
Ball,C; Kurtz,A.; Reed,T.; Prospective trial of video podcast use to improve knowledge and self confidence in violent patient/person management within an emergency medicine clerkship Academic Emergency Medicine 2013 ;20(Supplement):
Reed,T.; Bensfield,L.; Muccino,K.; McCarthy,J.; Horsley,L.; Quinones, D. Simulation using TeamStepps to promote interprofessional education and patient safety among nursing and medical students Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2012 ;7(6):
Reed, T.; Mueller,J.G.; Stake,C.E.Gap Analysis can aid in the selection of human patient simulation cases for emergency medicine rotations. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2007 ;50:S32