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Ramin Tabatabai, MD

Title(s)Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine (Clinician Educator)
Phone+1 323 226 6695
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    Title(s)Program Director


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    After completing his emergency medicine residency training at LAC+USC in 2010, Ramin Tabatabai worked in a variety of ED settings including both academic and community environments. He returned to LAC+USC as an Assistant Program Director in 2013 and has been serving as Program Director since 2018. He completed his Masters in Academic Medicine at the University of Southern California in 2019. As Program Director, his vision for the program is centered around the following aims: clinical excellence, medical education that fosters life-long and adaptive learning, promoting an environment of diversity and inclusion, forging strong partnerships with community-based organizations, optimizing resident wellness, and supporting the professional development of trainees. His academic interests include medical education and resident wellness (specifically in the space of physician mental health promotion and physician suicide prevention).

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    1. Pickett J, Haas MRC, Fix ML, Tabatabai RR, Carrick A, Robertson J, Barnes AV, Ondeyka A, Brown MJ, Edwards AR, Dehon E. Training in the Management of Psychobehavioral Conditions: A Needs Assessment Survey of Emergency Medicine Residents. AEM Educ Train. 2019 Oct; 3(4):365-374. PMID: 31637354.
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    2. Lall MD, Gaeta TJ, Chung AS, Chinai SA, Garg M, Hussain A, Kanter C, Khandelwal S, Rublee CS, Tabatabai RR, Takayesu JK, Zaher M, Himelfarb NT. Assessment of Physician Well-being, Part Two: Beyond Burnout. West J Emerg Med. 2019 Mar; 20(2):291-304. PMID: 30881549.
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    3. Diller D, Osterman J, Tabatabai R. Qualitative Analysis of Well-being Preparedness at an Emergency Medicine Residency Program. West J Emerg Med. 2019 Jan; 20(1):122-126. PMID: 30643614.
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    4. Rischall ML, Chung AS, Tabatabai R, Doty C, Hart D. Emergency Medicine Resident Shift Work Preferences: A Comparison of Resident Scheduling Preferences and Recommended Schedule Design for Shift Workers. AEM Educ Train. 2018 Jul; 2(3):229-235. PMID: 30051093.
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    5. Riddell J, Jhun P, Fung CC, Comes J, Sawtelle S, Tabatabai R, Joseph D, Shoenberger J, Chen E, Fee C, Swadron SP. Does the Flipped Classroom Improve Learning in Graduate Medical Education? J Grad Med Educ. 2017 Aug; 9(4):491-496. PMID: 28824764.
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    6. Riddell JC, Sawtelle S, Jhun P, Comes J, Tabatabai R, Joseph D, Shoenberger J, Chen E, Fee C, Swadron S. Low Back Pain in the Emergency Medicine Department: A Flipped Classroom Module. MedEdPORTAL. 2016 Sep 23; 12:10458. PMID: 31008236.
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    7. Tabatabai RR, Swadron SP. Headache in the Emergency Department: Avoiding Misdiagnosis of Dangerous Secondary Causes. Emerg Med Clin North Am. 2016 Nov; 34(4):695-716. PMID: 27741984.
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    8. Rose E, Claudius I, Tabatabai R, Kearl L, Behar S, Jhun P. The Flipped Classroom in Emergency Medicine Using Online Videos with Interpolated Questions. J Emerg Med. 2016 Sep; 51(3):284-291.e1. PMID: 27381954.
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    9. Tabatabai RR. Responding to the Call for Improving Resident Wellness. Acad Med. 2016 06; 91(6):750. PMID: 27218899.
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    10. Joseph D, Lee E, Tabatabai R, Chilstrom M. Pulmonary embolism in transit: direct visualization of a PE passing through the heart using bedside ultrasonography. CJEM. 2016 Jul; 18(4):313-4. PMID: 26791359.
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