Gregory Tudor MD

Associate Program Director University of Illinois College of Medicine PeoriaEmergency Medicine Residency
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Biographical Info


Additional Titles/Positions

Clinical Associate Professor

Hometown

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Education

Undergraduate: University of New Mexico

Medical School: University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Residency: UICOMP/OSF Saint Francis Medical Center

Awards/Recognitions

1994-1995 House staff Vice President, OSF-SFMC Residency
1996-97, 2005-06 Mentorship Award from SFMC EM Residents
1999 Pere-Marquette Catholic Community Service Award
2007-present President and Founder of Peoria Guild of Catholic Medical Assoc.
2006-11, 2013, 2015, 2016 Ethics Teacher of the Year Award, UICOMP
2013 Golden Apple Teaching Award, UICOMP 4th Year Medical Students
2013 Chosen by M-4 Class of 2013 to Hood and Stole new graduates
2013 Clerkship Director of the Year, CDEM Society of Academic EM
2013 7 “Solid Rock” Doc Awards, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center

Research, Scholarly and Academic Interests

Medical Student Education in Ethics and Professionalism, Curriculum Development, Pediatric Procedural Sedation, Medical Simulation

Other Interests/Fun Facts

Married with 13 children, avid mountain biker, skier/snowboarder, mixed martial arts (MMA) fanatic

Licensure and Certifications

Emergency Medicine – American Board of Emergency Medicine

Publications

  1. Outcome analysis of chest pain patients discharged from the ED—A pilot study
  2. In infants younger than 24 months old and with bronchiolitis, does nebulized epinephrine improve clinical status?
  3. Core practical objectives: a means to standardize the 4th-year emergency medicine clerkship
  4. Injury patterns of mixed martial arts athletes in the United States
  5. Improving Conference Evaluations via an Electronic Survey Platform
  6. The Equivalence of Video Self‐review Versus Debriefing After Simulation: Can Faculty Resources Be Reallocated?
  7. 114: Colleges of Medicine With Required Emergency Medicine Clerkships Have a Higher Proportion of Emergency Medicine Applications to Residency Than Those With Elective Clerkships
  8. Investigation of the Use of Core Practical Objectives for Standardizing the Experiences of Fourth Year Medical Students during an Emergency Medicine Clerkship
  9. Morbidity and Mortality Conferences: An Evidence-Based Guide to Best Practices from the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (pending publication)
Categories: Emergency Medicine, Faculty, UICOMP
Updated 7 months ago.