Satid Thammasitboon, MD
- Texas Medical Center
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Section of Critical Care Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
|Baylor College of Medicine||fellowship||Pediatric Critical Care||2004|
|University of Illinois||university||2002|
|University of Illinois College of Med. @ Chicago||residency||Pediatrics||2001|
|Prince of Songkla University||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||1995|
As a clinician, I strive to provide the best care possible to individual patients and family members. Clinical expertise encompasses an adaptive application of the standardized practice via evidence-based medicine and the less explicit knowledge in the form of the art of medicine. As an academician, I aspire to foster learners? professional development by motivating learners to pursue clinical excellence, promoting deliberate practice in clinical medicine and scholarship, and mentoring learners on a journey towards expertise.
My passion is to inspire learners with explicit message to shape mind, hands and heart of future physicians. Based on revolutionary advances in understanding of how ones become experts via deliberate practice, I will apply science- and pedagogy-based principles to facilitate learners to achieve excellence in their academic endeavors. I will dedicate myself on mentorship at the individual and programmatic levels. As an educational scholar, my focus in scholarship of discovery is in critical thinking, expedient development of expertise via deliberate practice, self-reflection and regulation. For a pursuit of scholarship of integration and application, I will create innovative curricular, and educate various levels of learners locally and nationally about medical education.
|Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children?s Hospital||Associate fellowship director for education, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine|
|Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children?s Hospital||Pediatric Resident Curriculum Committee|
|PedSCCM.org||Editor, Evidence-based medicine journal club|
Thammasitboon S, Singhal G. Educational strategies to reduce diagnostic error. In errors in diagnosis: Educational Tool Kit (Multimedia). National Patient Safety Foundation, 2011;18-32.