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Daniel G. Miller, MD

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Director of Medical Simulation, Department of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine - General Internal Medicine

Education

BS, Chemistry, University of Wisconsin
MD, Medicine, University of Illinois
Resident, Emergency Medicine, Hope Children’s Hospital & Advocate Christ Medical Center
Chief Resident, Emergency Medicine, Advocate Christ Medical Center
Fellow, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Uniersity of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

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.