Sanjay Arora, MD
|Title||Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine|
|School||Keck School of Medicine of USC|
|Address||GNH 1011 1200 N. State Street|
Los Angeles California 90033
|Phone||+1 323 226 6667|
|Title||Chief, Research Divison|
Dr. Arora is associate professor of clinical emergency medicine. He completed his medical school and residency at the University of California, Los Angeles. After serving as chief resident in the final year of his emergency medicine training, he began his academic career at the University of Southern California in 2005.
Dr. Arora research areas of interest include diabetes in the emergency department (ED), patient education, and barriers to care in disparity health populations and creating a link to outpatient management. To date, his group has successfully conducted several studies, enrolling several thousand ED patients with diabetes. Topics include estimating diabetes prevalence, evaluating diabetes specific knowledge in ED patients, evaluating the ability of a point-of-care fingerstick beta-hydroxybutyrate test to detect DKA in ED patients with elevated blood glucose levels and assessing various characteristics of ED patients with diabetes including perceived barriers to care, mental and physical health status via the short form 12 (SF12v2), stage of change with respect to diabetes self management and depression inventory (Phq-9).
Dr. Arora has received several grants to support his work, and has published his findings in leading journals in emergency and general medicine. In addition to research, he participates in lecturing and education on the local and national level. His speaking areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, procedural sedation and analgesia, trauma, hematologic emergencies and diabetes in the ED.
He was given the Junior Faculty Speaker of the Year award at the Essentials of Emergency Medicine conference in 2007, is course director for the USC Trauma Review Course and had his debut at the ACEP scientific assembly in 2010. He is also a regular on the popular audio digest series EM-RAP (Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives), which is distributed to an international audience.
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