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Dr. Strother is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, and Medical Education at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He is the Director of Undergraduate Simulation for the School of Medicine and Director of Simulation Education for the Department of Emergency Medicine. As a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher, Dr. Strother was awarded an Innovations in Teaching Award from the Institute for Medical Education in 2009 and received status as a fellow of that Institute the same year. Dr. Strother is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and holds leadership positions in the Society for Simulation in Healthcare as the Immediate Past Chair of the Special Interest Group for Emergency Medicine and in the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine as an Executive Committee Member of the Simulation Academy. Dr. Strother completed his Fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Residency in Pediatrics at the Long Island Jewish Schneider Children’s Hospital.
Regional / National Committees / Advisory Boards:
Society for Simulation in Healthcare: Membership Committee
Chair, Society for Simulation in Healthcare EM Special Interest Group
Executive Committee Member, SAEM Simulation Academy
AAP District 2 Board of Directors, Resident Section Advisor
HIC Simulation Committee
MD, University of Louisville
Steven & Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of NY(Northwell)
Fellowship, Pediatric Emer Med
Mount Sinai Hospital
Red Carpet Awared for Excellent in Patient Service
Scholar - Harvard Macy Program for Educators
Fellow - Mount Sinai Institute for Medical Education
MSSM Teacher Appreciation Day - Innovations in Teaching Award
Red Carpet Award for Excellence in Patient Service
Dr. Strother is currently involved in research on several aspects of education using high fidelity mannequin simulation and using simulation to study other aspects of medicine such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation and patient handovers. He has previously looked at resident experience in pediatric emergency medicine and the use of CPAP in acute asthma treatment in the emergency department.
Oreskovic NM, Strother CG, Zibners LM. An Unusual Case of a Central Nervous System Tumor Presenting as a Chief Complaint of Depression. Pediatric Emergency Care 2007 Jul; 23(7).
Strother CG, Nelson BP. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Improves Pulmonary Function in Pediatric Acude Asthma [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2008; 50:. Abstract S39.
Nelson BP, Strother CG, Tulton L, Kramer I, Batts R. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Improves Respiratory Function in Acute Astma [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2007; 50:. Abstract S130.
Strother CG. Resident Section Annual Assembly Informs and Inspires. American Academy of Pediatric Resident Report Spring 2006; 16(1).
Strother CG, Sadow K. Otorrhea in Children. Up to Date 2010;.
Strother CG. Congenital Heart Disease, Infant Septic Shock, Pediatric Dysrhytmia, Child Abuse, and Pediatric Pearls. . In: Cambridge University Press; 2009.
Kobayashi L, Overly FL, Fairbanks RJ, Patterson M, Kaji AH, Bruno EC, Kirchhoff MA, Strother CG, Sucov A, Wears RL. Advanced medical simulation applications for emergency medicine microsystems evaluation and training. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2008 Nov; 15(11).
Reiter DA MD, Strother CG MD, Weingart SD MD. The Quality of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation using Supraglottic Airways and Intraosseous Devices: A Similation Trial. Resuscitation 2013 January; 84(1): 93-97.
Kessler D MD, Arteaga G MD, Ching K MD, Strother CG MD, et. al.: . Interns' Success with Clinical Procedures in Infants after Simulation Training. Pediatrics 2013 March; 131(3): E811-20.
Fernandez R MD, Sherman M MD, Strother CG MD. Program and Center Accreditation. In: The Comprehensive Textbook of Healthcare Simulation. New York, Spinger;.
McLaughlin S MD, Clarke S MD, Strother CG MD. Simulation in Emergency Medicine. In: The Comprehensive Textbook of Healthcare Simulation. New York, Springer;.
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