Program Director of Neonatal Simulation
Baylor College of Medicine / Texas Children's Hospital
I am an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology at Baylor College of Medicine, and the Director of Neonatal Simulation at Texas Children’s Hospital. During my Neonatology fellowship at Yale University Hospital, I have developed interest in simulation and medical education. I became an instructor at the SYN:APSE Simulation Center at Yale-New Haven University Hospital. As I started my faculty position at Baylor College of Medicine, I became an advanced leader of the Quality and Safety Council at Texas Children’s Hospital.
As a Pediatrician and a dedicated Neonatologist, I view caring for neonates and children a humbling honor and privilege. Parents place what they hold most dear, fully and willingly in our trust, and we are given the opportunity to care for these children at their most vulnerable time. It is a necessary and serious responsibility to ensure that we “Do No Harm” that might affect those delicate, fragile babies and children for the rest of their lives. I was able to integrate my quality improvement skills in simulation, and I am committed to using simulation as a strong tool to ensure quality and safety of patients in our medical care.
Monday, May 20
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Wednesday, May 22
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM