Daniel P. Runde, MD, MME

Portrait
Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Contact Information

Primary Office
1008 RCP
200 Hawkins Dr
Iowa City, IA 52242
319-384-5399

Education

Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
Doctor of Medicine, Carver College of Medicine
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center of Columbia University
Medical Education, University of Iowa Office of Consultation and Research in Medical Educaiton
Harbor-UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine
Carver College of Medicine
Resident, Emergency Medicine, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Columbia University
Fellow, Medical Education, Harbor-UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Licensure and Certifications

Iowa Medical License
Certificate in Medical Education - David Geffen School of Medicine Department of Educational Development and Research
Board Certification in Emergency Medicine - American Board of Emergency Medicine
California Medical License

Publications

Runde, D. (2016). Myths in Emergency Medicine: Colloids Can't Cut It Caring for the Critically Ill. Emergency Medicine News, 38(3), 1, 31-31.

Kirschner, J., Shah, K., Runde, D. & Lee, J. (2014). Patterns in computed tomography utilization among emergency physicians in an urban, academic emergency department. Emergency Radiology, 21(6), 577-81. PMID: 24838813.

Runde, D., Shah, K., Naraghi, L., Godbout, B., Kirschner, J., Newman, D., Wiener, D. & Lee, J. (2014). Computed tomography utilization rates after the placement of a scanner in an emergency department: a single-center experience. Emergency Radiology, 21(5), 473-8. PMID: 24729074.

Runde, D., Cunningham, J. & Coates, W. (2014). A Resident-Matched Sub-intern Schedule Had No Effect on Medical Student Productivity. (Vols. 64). (4S), pp. S58-59. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2014.07.18.

Runde, D., Cunnigham, J., Vermillion, M., Krasne, S. & Coates, W. (2014). A Resident-matched EM Sub-InternSchedule Increases the Quality and Quantity of Feedback to Improve MedicalStudent Assessment. (Vols. 15). (5), pp. s14-15. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Shah, K., Slovis, B. H., Runde, D., Godbout, B., Newman, D. & Lee, J. (2013). Radiation exposure among patients with the highest CT scan utilization in the emergency department. Emergency Radiology, 20(6), 485-91. PMID: 23852432.

Rolston, D., Runde, D., Kathuria, N., Drake, A., Lee, J., Raja, A., Shah, K., Wiener, D. & Quaas, J. (2013). Changes in the Clot Burden of PulmonaryEmbolism as Diagnosed by Computed Tomography Angiography over a 10-YearPeriod. (Vols. 64). (4), pp. s24. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: ttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2013.07.348.

Lee, J., Evans, C. S., Singh, N., Kirschner, J., Runde, D., Newman, D., Wiener, D., Quaas, J. & Shah, K. (2013). Head computed tomography utilization and intracranial hemorrhage rates. Emergency Radiology, 20(3), 219-23. PMID: 23250570.

Newman, D., Shreeves, A. & Runde, D. (2013). Pediatric urinary tract infection: does the evidence support aggressively pursuing the diagnosis?. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 61(5), 559-65. PMID: 23312370.

Walker, G., Runde, D., Rolston, D., Wiener, D. & Lee, J. (2013). Emergency department rectal temperatures in over 10 years: A retrospective observational study. World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 4(2), 107-12. PMID: 25215102.

Woodfield, A., Runde, D. & Jang, T. (2013). Short answer question case series: A dangerouscause of dyspnoea. Emergency Medicine Journal - BMJ, 30(8), 694-5. PMID: 23873001.

Akhter, M., Runde, D. & Lee, J. (2013). Which central line insertion site is the least prone to infection?. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 61(3), 362-3. PMID: 23141919.

Runde, D., He, C., Fix, M. & Egan, D. (2013). Apples and Oranges? An Evaluation ofFour-Year Emergency Medicine Residencies Using Program Websites and theSAEM Residency Directory. (Vols. 20). pp. S83-84. Academic Emergency Medicine.

Runde, D., Ha, E., Jordan, J., Stiner, J., Jalali, A., Huang, Y. & Coates, W. (2013). Effects of Team Training on Fourth-YearMedical Students Management of Simulated Critically Ill Patients. (Vols. 20). pp. S329. Academic Emergency Medicine.

Rolston, D., Katz, E., Runde, D., Patel, V., Quaas, J. & Wiener, D. (2012). Predicting Pseudohyperkalemia on Hemolyzed Potassium Specimens. (Vols. 60). (4), pp. S87-87. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2012.06.21.

Runde, D., He, C., Rolston, D., Psomadakis, C., Harsouni, I., Godbout, B., Lee, J., Shah, K., Wiener, D. & Quaas, J. (2012). Utilization Rates and Diagnostic Yield ofChest Computed Tomography Angiography In an Urban Emergency Department. (Vols. 60). (4), pp. S60. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2012.06.14.

Jafri, F., Runde, D., Saul, T. & Lewiss, R. (2011). An inexpensive and easy simulation model of ocular ultrasound that mimics normal anatomy as well as abnormal ophthalmologic conditions. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, 30(4), 569-73. PMID: 21460157.