Todd William Schneberk

Title(s)Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
SchoolKeck School of Medicine of Usc
AddressGNH 1011, 1200 N State Street Rm 1011
Off Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
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    Title(s)Director of the Gehr Student Innovator's Program


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    Todd Schneberk is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Faculty Co-Director of the USC Keck Human Rights Collaborative and Director of the Gehr Center Student Innovators Program. He completed his residency in emergency medicine at LAC+USC Medical Center and his fellowship in health policy and research at UCLA. He is the EM residency Social Emergency Medicine Coordinator and is passionate about incorporating social justice and human rights in emergency care. His research has demonstrated gaps in the care of Opioid use and disorder patients and the need for incorporation of harm reduction practices in the Emergency Department. He has worked extensively with displaced persons in Tijuana, Mexico since 2015, performed forensic evals for asylum cases with Physicians for Human Rights on both sides of the border including numerous Migrant Protection Protocols (Remain in Mexico) clients in Tijuana, and testified in front of Congress regarding the health effects of the Migrant Protection Protocols. His current research and advocacy projects span immigration and border health policy, hospital-based violence intervention programming, carceral health, opioid use disorder and medication assisted treatment access.

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    1. Quality Indicators for High-Need Patients: a Systematic Review. J Gen Intern Med. 2022 09; 37(12):3147-3161. Schneberk T, Bolshakova M, Sloan K, Chang E, Stal J, Dinalo J, Jimenez E, Motala A, Hempel S. PMID: 35260956; PMCID: PMC9485370.
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    2. Medical Students' Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Justice-Involved Health. Healthcare (Basel). 2021 Sep 30; 9(10). English M, Sanogo F, Trotzky-Sirr R, Schneberk T, Wilson ML, Riddell J. PMID: 34682982; PMCID: PMC8544464.
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    3. Shifting the Paradigm: Patient-Centered Emergency Department Opioid Use Disorder Treatment. Ann Emerg Med. 2021 07; 78(1):80-83. Schneberk T. PMID: 34167737.
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    4. Continued Trauma: A Thematic Analysis of the Asylum-Seeking Experience Under the Migrant Protection Protocols. Health Equity. 2021; 5(1):277-287. Silverstein MC, Long RFP, Burner E, Parmar P, Schneberk TW. PMID: 34095707; PMCID: PMC8175263.
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    5. Interpersonal and Structural Violence in the Wake of COVID-19. Am J Public Health. 2020 11; 110(11):1659-1661. Samra S, Schneberk T, Hsieh D, Bourgois P. PMID: 33026861; PMCID: PMC7542268.
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    6. Opioid prescription patterns among patients who doctor shop; Implications for providers. PLoS One. 2020; 15(5):e0232533. Schneberk T, Raffetto B, Friedman J, Wilson A, Kim D, Schriger DL. PMID: 32453745; PMCID: PMC7250533.
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    7. Reflections: A Social Emergency Medicine Call to Arms: Promoting the Adoption of Social Emergency Medicine Practices. Ann Emerg Med. 2019 11; 74(5S):S17-S18. Schneberk T, Cooper RJ. PMID: 31655666.
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    8. Building Immigration-Informed, Cross-Sector Coalitions: Findings from the Los Angeles County Health Equity for Immigrants Summit. Health Equity. 2019; 3(1):431-435. Saadi A, Cheffers ML, Taira B, Trotzky-Sirr R, Parmar P, Samra S, Morrison JL, Shah S, Schneberk T. PMID: 31448353; PMCID: PMC6707036.
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    9. Undocumented Patients in the Emergency Department: Challenges and Opportunities. West J Emerg Med. 2019 Aug 12; 20(5):791-798. Samra S, Taira BR, Pinheiro E, Trotzky-Sirr R, Schneberk T. PMID: 31539336; PMCID: PMC6754205.
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    10. Assessment of Racial/Ethnic and Income Disparities in the Prescription of Opioids and Other Controlled Medications in California. JAMA Intern Med. 2019 04 01; 179(4):469-476. Friedman J, Kim D, Schneberk T, Bourgois P, Shin M, Celious A, Schriger DL. PMID: 30742196; PMCID: PMC6450285.
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    11. Dialysis in Undocumented Patients: Death on the Doorstep of the Emergency Department: Answers to the May 2018 Journal Club Questions. Ann Emerg Med. 2018 10; 72(4):496-503. Schneberk T, Cooper RJ. PMID: 30236329.
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    12. Dialysis in Undocumented Patients: Death on the Doorstep of the Emergency Department: May 2018 Annals of Emergency Medicine Journal Club. Ann Emerg Med. 2018 May; 71(5):650-651. Schneberk T, Cooper RJ. PMID: 29681312.
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    13. The Supply of Prescription Opioids: Contributions of Episodic-Care Prescribers and High-Quantity Prescribers. Ann Emerg Med. 2018 06; 71(6):668-673.e3. Schneberk T, Raffetto B, Kim D, Schriger DL. PMID: 29275945.
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    14. What Predicts Performance? A Multicenter Study Examining the Association Between Resident Performance, Rank List Position, and United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 1 Scores. J Emerg Med. 2017 Mar; 52(3):332-340. Wagner JG, Schneberk T, Zobrist M, Hern HG, Jordan J, Boysen-Osborn M, Menchine M. PMID: 27955983.
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    15. HOT WAX. JEMS. 2015 Sep; 40(9):44-7, 52. Schneberk T, Valenzuela RG, Sterling G, Mallon WK. PMID: 26554181.
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    16. Herpes zoster ophthalmicus extending to the palate. West J Emerg Med. 2015 Jan; 16(1):169. Schneberk T, Newton EJ. PMID: 25671033; PMCID: PMC4307708.
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    17. The transition from stiff to compliant materials in squid beaks. Science. 2008 Mar 28; 319(5871):1816-9. Miserez A, Schneberk T, Sun C, Zok FW, Waite JH. PMID: 18369144; PMCID: PMC2754134.
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