Albert J Kim, M.D., MACM

Albert J Kim, M.D., MACM ajkim@wustl.edu

Assistant Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency
Clinical Instructor, Emergency Medicine

Phone: 314-362-9177


Education

  • B.A., biology: University of Chicago 2005
  • M.D., Northwestern University 2009

Training

  • Chief Resident Immersion Training in Addiction Medicine Fellowship, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, 2012
  • Emergency Medicine Residency, Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes Jewish Hospital/Saint Louis Children’s Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri, 2009-2013
  • Emergency Medicine Chief Resident, Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes Jewish Hospital/Saint Louis Children’s Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri, 2012-2013
  • Ultrasound Fellowship, Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes Jewish Hospital/Saint Louis Children’s Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri, 2013-2014
  • Education Fellowship; Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes Jewish Hospital/Saint Louis Children’s Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri, 2013-2015
  • Masters of Academic Medicine, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California, 2013-2015

Licensure and Board Certification

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Missouri
  • USMLE I, II CK, II CS, III
  • ACLS Provider, ATLS Provider, PALS Provider

Honors and Awards

  • Stephen Abrahamson Award for Innovation; 12th Annual Innovations in Medical Education Conference; University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine; February 22, 2015, 2015
  • Washington University Emergency Medicine Residency Ultrasound Award; Washington University in Saint Louis, 2013
  • Chief Resident Immersion Training in Addiction Medicine Fellowship; Boston University, 2012
  • Washington University Emergency Medicine Residency MacGyver Award; Washington University in Saint Louis, 2012
  • Graduated with Honors in Biology with a Specialization in Neuroscience; University of Chicago, 2005
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Fellowship Grant in Neural Computation and Engineering; University of Chicago, 2004
  • National Merit Scholarship; University of Chicago, 2001-2005
  • Dean’s List; University of Chicago, 2001-2005

Recent Publications

  1. 2013, Kim A, Sampson C. Does pelvic examination change management or disposition in pregnant patients with early pregnancy bleeding and a normal bedside ultrasound? Society for Academic Medicine Great Plains Regional Research Forum. September 28, 2013. Springfield, IL.
  2. 2014, Kim A. Enhance detection of ectopic pregnancy in Emergency Medicine Residents through the use of the principles of scaffolding, targeted practice with feedback, and self-assessment. Innovations in Medical Education. February 24, 2014. Los Angeles, CA.
  3. 2014, Kim A. Advice for new residency graduates. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Newsletter. Vol 29, No 4 (July-August 2014): 8. Print.
  4. 2014, Kim A. The importance of dedicated productivity education and training. Letter to the Editor. Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2014 Dec;47(6):e157-8. Epub 2014 Oct 1.
  5. 2015, Kim A, Kennedy M, Ablordeppey E, Kane D. Improving FAST Utilization by General Surgery Residents Through Dedicated Emergency Medicine Training: A Pilot Study. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. March 22, 2015. Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
  6. 2015, Kim A, Kennedy M, Ablordeppey E, Kane D. Improving FAST Utilization by General Surgery Residents Through Dedicated Emergency Medicine Training: A Pilot Study. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. May 14, 2015. San Diego, California.


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