Daniel G. Miller, MD

Portrait
Director of Medical Simulation, Department of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Education

BS, Chemistry, University of Wisconsin
MD, Medicine, University of Illinois

Publications

Smith, D., Miller, D. G. & Cukor, J. (2016). Can Simulation Measure Differences in Task-Switching Ability Between Junior and Senior Emergency Medicine Residents?. The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 17(2), 149-52. PMID: 26973740.

Miller, D. (2015). Tension Pneumoperitoneum Caused by Obstipation. The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 16(5), 777-780. PMID: 26587109.

Miller, D. G. (2012). Isolated Genital Angioedema. Journal of Emergency Medicine, 43(2).

Miller, D. G. (2012). Improving Teamwork and Communication in Trauma Care Though an In-situ Simulation Program.

Miller, D., Crandall, C., Washington, III, C. & McLaughlin, S. (2012). Improving Teamwork and Communication through In Situ Simulations. (Vols. 19). (5), pp. 608-612. Academic Emergency Medicine.

Miller, D. G. (2011). Improving Teamwork and Communication in Trauma Care Though an In-situ Simulation Program.

Miller, D. G. (2011). Antibiotic-Induced Serotonin Syndrome. Journal of Emergency Medicine, 40(1).

Miller, D. G. (2008). Warfarin-Related Coagulopathy. In Standards of Care In Emergency Medicine. (Vols. 41). pp. 1-20. Aspen Publishers, New York, NY.