Medical School

  • Johns Hopkins

Graduate Degree

  • Boston Children's Hospital


  • American Board of Pediatrics, General Pediatrics


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  1. One Size Does Not Fit All: Implementation of an Equitable and Inclusive Strategic Response to Address Needs of Pediatric Resident Physicians during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Crisis. J Pediatr. 2021 Feb; 229:8-10. View abstract
  2. I-PASS Mentored Implementation Handoff Curriculum: Frontline Provider Training Materials. MedEdPORTAL. 2020 06 22; 16:10912. View abstract
  3. Application Factors Associated With Clinical Performance During Pediatric Internship. Acad Pediatr. 2020 Sep - Oct; 20(7):1007-1012. View abstract
  4. Association of Pediatric Resident Physician Depression and Burnout With Harmful Medical Errors on Inpatient Services. Acad Med. 2019 08; 94(8):1150-1156. View abstract
  5. Pediatric Hospital Medicine: Where We Are, Where We Are Headed: State of the Specialty, Looking Forward. Pediatr Clin North Am. 2019 08; 66(4):891-895. View abstract
  6. I-PASS Mentored Implementation Handoff Curriculum: Champion Training Materials. MedEdPORTAL. 2019 01 10; 15:10794. View abstract
  7. Patient safety after implementation of a coproduced family centered communication programme: multicenter before and after intervention study. BMJ. 2018 12 05; 363:k4764. View abstract
  8. I-PASS Mentored Implementation Handoff Curriculum: Implementation Guide and Resources. MedEdPORTAL. 2018 08 03; 14:10736. View abstract
  9. I-PASS Handoff Program: Use of a Campaign to Effect Transformational Change. Pediatr Qual Saf. 2018 Jul-Aug; 3(4):e088. View abstract
  10. A Comparison of Resident Self-Perception and Pediatric Hospitalist Perceptions of the Supervisory Needs of New Interns. Hosp Pediatr. 2018 04; 8(4):214-219. View abstract
  11. Stress From Uncertainty and Resilience Among Depressed and Burned Out Residents: A Cross-Sectional Study. Acad Pediatr. 2018 08; 18(6):698-704. View abstract
  12. Development, Implementation, and Assessment of the Intensive Clinical Orientation for Residents (ICOR) Curriculum: A Pilot Intervention to Improve Intern Clinical Preparedness. Acad Pediatr. 2018 03; 18(2):140-144. View abstract
  13. Resident Experiences With Implementation of the I-PASS Handoff Bundle. J Grad Med Educ. 2017 Jun; 9(3):313-320. View abstract
  14. Integrating Research, Quality Improvement, and Medical Education for Better Handoffs and Safer Care: Disseminating, Adapting, and Implementing the I-PASS Program. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2017 07; 43(7):319-329. View abstract
  15. Families as Partners in Hospital Error and Adverse Event Surveillance. JAMA Pediatr. 2017 04 01; 171(4):372-381. View abstract
  16. Optimizing Your Mentoring Relationship: A Toolkit for Mentors and Mentees. MedEdPORTAL. 2016 Sep 23; 12:10459. View abstract
  17. Reliability of Verbal Handoff Assessment and Handoff Quality Before and After Implementation of a Resident Handoff Bundle. Acad Pediatr. 2016 08; 16(6):524-31. View abstract
  18. The Creation of Standard-Setting Videos to Support Faculty Observations of Learner Performance and Entrustment Decisions. Acad Med. 2016 Feb; 91(2):204-9. View abstract
  19. Blueprint for Action: Visioning Summit on the Future of the Workforce in Pediatrics. Pediatrics. 2015 Jul; 136(1):161-9. View abstract
  20. Variation in printed handoff documents: Results and recommendations from a multicenter needs assessment. J Hosp Med. 2015 Aug; 10(8):517-24. View abstract
  21. Diversity and inclusion training in pediatric departments. Pediatrics. 2015 Apr; 135(4):707-13. View abstract
  22. Changes in medical errors after implementation of a handoff program. N Engl J Med. 2014 Nov 06; 371(19):1803-12. View abstract
  23. Optimizing clinical competency committee work through taking advantage of overlap across milestones. Acad Pediatr. 2014 Sep-Oct; 14(5):436-8. View abstract
  24. Development, implementation, and dissemination of the I-PASS handoff curriculum: A multisite educational intervention to improve patient handoffs. Acad Med. 2014 Jun; 89(6):876-84. View abstract
  25. Gender and generational influences on the pediatric workforce and practice. Pediatrics. 2014 Jun; 133(6):1112-21. View abstract
  26. Placing faculty development front and center in a multisite educational initiative: lessons from the I-PASS Handoff study. Acad Pediatr. 2014 May-Jun; 14(3):221-4. View abstract
  27. Putting the pediatrics milestones into practice: a consensus roadmap and resource analysis. Pediatrics. 2014 May; 133(5):898-906. View abstract
  28. Rates of medical errors and preventable adverse events among hospitalized children following implementation of a resident handoff bundle. JAMA. 2013 Dec 04; 310(21):2262-70. View abstract
  29. Pulmonary hypertension associated with scurvy and vitamin deficiencies in an autistic child. Pediatrics. 2013 Dec; 132(6):e1699-703. View abstract
  30. Quality improvement research in pediatric hospital medicine and the role of the Pediatric Research in Inpatient Settings (PRIS) network. Acad Pediatr. 2013 Nov-Dec; 13(6 Suppl):S54-60. View abstract
  31. Closing the gap: a needs assessment of medical students and handoff training. J Pediatr. 2013 May; 162(5):887-8.e1. View abstract
  32. Pediatric residents' perspectives on reducing work hours and lengthening residency: a national survey. Pediatrics. 2012 Jul; 130(1):99-107. View abstract
  33. Education in professionalism: results from a survey of pediatric residency program directors. J Grad Med Educ. 2012 Mar; 4(1):101-5. View abstract
  34. I-pass, a mnemonic to standardize verbal handoffs. Pediatrics. 2012 Feb; 129(2):201-4. View abstract
  35. Effects of a night-team system on resident sleep and work hours. Pediatrics. 2011 Dec; 128(6):1142-7. View abstract
  36. Unit-based care teams and the frequency and quality of physician-nurse communications. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2011 May; 165(5):424-8. View abstract
  37. A change in the pediatric leadership landscape. J Pediatr. 2011 Mar; 158(3):347-348.e2. View abstract
  38. Establishing a multisite education and research project requires leadership, expertise, collaboration, and an important aim. Pediatrics. 2010 Oct; 126(4):619-22. View abstract
  39. Child health research funding and policy: imperatives and investments for a healthier world. Pediatrics. 2010 Jun; 125(6):1259-65. View abstract
  40. Federation of Pediatric Organizations Task Force on Women in Pediatrics II: survey of active members of the Society for Pediatric Research regarding part-time and flexible work. J Pediatr. 2009 Oct; 155(4):459-460.e1. View abstract
  41. Federation of Pediatric Organizations Task Force on Women in Pediatrics: considerations for part-time training and employment for research-intensive fellows and faculty. J Pediatr. 2009 Jan; 154(1):1-3.e2. View abstract
  42. Report of colloquium II: the theory and practice of graduate medical education--how do we know when we have made a "good doctor"? Pediatrics. 2009 Jan; 123 Suppl 1:S17-21. View abstract
  43. Global health training for pediatric residents. Pediatr Ann. 2008 Dec; 37(12):786-7, 792-6. View abstract
  44. Changes in attendance at deliveries by pediatric residents 2000 to 2005. Am J Perinatol. 2009 Feb; 26(2):129-34. View abstract
  45. Part-time training in pediatric residency programs: principles and practices. Pediatrics. 2008 Oct; 122(4):e938-44. View abstract
  46. Health insurance for all children and youth in the United States: a position statement of the Federation of pediatric organizations. J Pediatr. 2008 Sep; 153(3):301-2. View abstract
  47. Effects of the accreditation council for graduate medical education duty hour limits on sleep, work hours, and safety. Pediatrics. 2008 Aug; 122(2):250-8. View abstract
  48. The Federation of Pediatric Organizations strategic plan: six strategic initiatives to enhance child health. J Pediatr. 2008 Jun; 152(6):745-6, 746.e1. View abstract
  49. Introduction of a pediatric palliative care curriculum for pediatric residents. J Palliat Med. 2008 Mar; 11(2):164-70. View abstract
  50. Rates of medication errors among depressed and burnt out residents: prospective cohort study. BMJ. 2008 Mar 01; 336(7642):488-91. View abstract
  51. The creation of the Council of Pediatric Subspecialties: addressing the needs of the subspecialties and subspecialists. J Pediatr. 2007 Aug; 151(2):105-6, 106.e1-2. View abstract
  52. Five-month-old infant with a unilateral pleural effusion. Coccidioidomycosis. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2007 Feb; 26(2):189-90, 195-6. View abstract
  53. Making pediatrics residency programs family friendly: Views along the professional educational continuum. J Pediatr. 2006 Jul; 149(1):1-2. View abstract
  54. Are residents ready for self-directed learning? A pilot program of individualized learning plans in continuity clinic. Ambul Pediatr. 2005 Sep-Oct; 5(5):298-301. View abstract
  55. Index of suspicion. Pediatr Rev. 2004 Oct; 25(10):364-9. View abstract
  56. The state of pediatrics residency training: a period of transformation of graduate medical education. Pediatrics. 2004 Sep; 114(3):832-41. View abstract
  57. Evaluating a Residency Program Using Reflections of Recent Resident Graduates and their Pediatric Colleagues. Med Educ Online. 2003 Dec; 8(1):4330. View abstract
  58. Clinical considerations in the diagnosis of otitis media. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep. 2003 Jul; 3(4):313-20. View abstract
  59. Commentary on the ACGME duty hours standards: improved duty hours with uncertain outcomes. Ambul Pediatr. 2003 Jul-Aug; 3(4):164-5. View abstract
  60. Continuous professional development: raising the bar for pediatricians. Pediatrics. 2002 Jul; 110(1 Pt 1):152-6. View abstract
  61. Pediatric residents' clinical diagnostic accuracy of otitis media. Pediatrics. 2002 Jun; 109(6):993-8. View abstract
  62. Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction associated with ciprofloxacin administration for tick-borne relapsing fever. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2002 Jun; 21(6):571-3. View abstract
  63. Pediatric resident training in the diagnosis and treatment of acute otitis media. Pediatrics. 2002 Mar; 109(3):404-8. View abstract
  64. Use of sedation and local anesthesia to prepare children for procedures. Am Fam Physician. 1997 Feb 15; 55(3):909-16. View abstract
  65. Management of the febrile infant. Pediatr Ann. 1996 Nov; 25(11):608-13. View abstract
  66. Pediatric resident training in a school environment. A prescription for learning. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1996 Jun; 150(6):632-7. View abstract
  67. Sedation for pediatric procedures. West J Med. 1995 Apr; 162(4):357-8. View abstract