Rebecca Smith-Coggins, MD

Emergency medicine doctor

Professor (Teaching) of Surgery (Emergency Medicine)

Emergency Department

  • 900 Quarry Road Extension
  • Stanford, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-723-5111
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Professional Education

Board Certification: Emergency Medicine, American Board of Emergency Medicine (1989)

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (1988)

Residency: Northwestern Memorial Hospital (1987) IL

Internship: Northwestern Memorial Hospital (1984) IL

Medical Education: University of Pennsylvania (1983) PA

MD, University of Pennsylvania, Medicine (1983)

BA, Cornell University (1979)

Honors & Awards

Advanced Stanford Leadership Development Program, Stanford University (2012-2013)

Stanford School of Medicine Teaching Excellence Award, Stanford University (2010)

Faculty Fellows Program, Stanford University (2009)

Stanford Leadership Development Program, Stanford University (2008-2009)

Education award, CAL/American College of Emergency Physicians (2008)

1995 International Fellowship, The Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency Medicine (1995)

1994 International Fellowship, The Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency Medicine (1994)

Best Poster of 1993 Award for "Effect of Schedule on Physician Sleep, Work Performance and Mood"., Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (1993)

Administrative Appointments

Director of Emergency Medicine Simulation, Stanford University (2011 - Present)

Standing Appeals Panel, Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Eductaion (ACGME) (2008 - Present)

Residency Review Committee (RRC)- Emergency Medicine, Acreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) (2002 - 2008)

Board of Directors, American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) (2007 - Present)

Associate Dean for Medical Student Life Advising, Dean's Office, School of Medicine (2006 - Present)

Professor of Surgery/EMed, Stanford University (1998 - Present)

Night shifts in emergency medicine: the american board of emergency medicine longitudinal study of emergency physicians.
Smith-Coggins, R., Broderick, K. B., & Marco, C. A. (2014). Night shifts in emergency medicine: the american board of emergency medicine longitudinal study of emergency physicians. journal of emergency medicine, 47(3), 372-378.

Use of Ultrasound Guidance for Central Venous Catheter Placement: Survey From the American Board of Emergency Medicine Longitudinal Study of Emergency PhysiciansUso de la Ecografia para Guiar la Insercion de un Cateter Venoso Central: Encuesta a los Urgenciologos del Estudio Longitudinal de Medicina de Urgencias y Emergencias de la American Board
Buchanan, M. S., Backlund, B., Liao, M. M., Sun, J., Cydulka, R. K., & Kendall, J. (2014). Use of Ultrasound Guidance for Central Venous Catheter Placement: Survey From the American Board of Emergency Medicine Longitudinal Study of Emergency PhysiciansUso de la Ecografia para Guiar la Insercion de un Cateter Venoso Central: Encuesta a los Urgenciologos del Estudio Longitudinal de Medicina de Urgencias y Emergencias de la American Board. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 21(4), 416-421.

LIFELONG LEARNING AND SELF-ASSESSMENT IS RELEVANT TO EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS
Jones, J. H., Smith-Coggins, R., Meredith, J. M., Korte, R. C., Reisdorff, E. J., & Russ, C. M. (2013). LIFELONG LEARNING AND SELF-ASSESSMENT IS RELEVANT TO EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS. JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 45(6), 935-940.

Lifelong Learning and Self-assessment is Relevant to Emergency Physicians
Jones, J. H., Smith-Coggins, R., Meredith, J. M., korte, R. C., Reisdorff, E. J., & Russ, C. M. (2013). Lifelong Learning and Self-assessment is Relevant to Emergency Physicians. J Emerg Med, 45(6).

American Board of Emergency Medicine Report on Residency Training (2012-2013)
Smith-Coggins R, Baren JM, Counselman FL, Kowalenko T, Marco CA, & Korte RC. (2013). American Board of Emergency Medicine Report on Residency Training (2012-2013). Annals of Emergency Medicine, 61(5).

Report on residency training information (2011-2012)
Smith-Coggins R, Carius ML, Collier RE, Counselman FL, Kowalenko T, & Korte RC. (2012). Report on residency training information (2011-2012). Annals of Emergency Medicine, 59(5).

Generational Influences in Academic Emergency Medicine: Structure, Function, and Culture (Part II)
Mohr, N. M., Smith-Coggins, R., Larrabee, H., Dyne, P. L., & Promes, S. B. (2011). Generational Influences in Academic Emergency Medicine: Structure, Function, and Culture (Part II). ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 18(2), 200-207.

DUTY HOURS IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE: BALANCING PATIENT SAFETY, RESIDENT WELLNESS, AND THE RESIDENT TRAINING EXPERIENCE: A CONSENSUS RESPONSE TO THE 2008 INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE RESIDENT DUTY HOURS RECOMMENDATIONS
Wagner, M. J., Wolf, S., Promes, S., McGee, D., Hobgood, C., & Muelleman, R. (2010). DUTY HOURS IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE: BALANCING PATIENT SAFETY, RESIDENT WELLNESS, AND THE RESIDENT TRAINING EXPERIENCE: A CONSENSUS RESPONSE TO THE 2008 INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE RESIDENT DUTY HOURS RECOMMENDATIONS. JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 39(3), 348-355.

Duty Hours in Emergency Medicine: Balancing Patient Safety, Resident Wellness, and the Resident Training Experience: A Consensus Response to the 2008 Institute of Medicine Resident Duty Hours Recommendations
Wagner, M. J., Wolf, S., Promes, S., McGee, D., Hobgood, C., & Muelleman, R. (2010). Duty Hours in Emergency Medicine: Balancing Patient Safety, Resident Wellness, and the Resident Training Experience: A Consensus Response to the 2008 Institute of Medicine Resident Duty Hours Recommendations. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 17(9), 1004-1011.

The Assessment of Individual Cognitive Expertise and Clinical Competency: A Research Agenda
Spillane, L., Hayden, E., Fernandez, R., Adler, M., Beeson, M., & Boulet, J. (2008). The Assessment of Individual Cognitive Expertise and Clinical Competency: A Research Agenda. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 15(11), 1071-1078.

The Assessment of Individual Cognitive Expertise and Clinical Competency: A Research Agenda
Spillane L, Hayden E, Fernandez R, Adler M, Beeson M, & Boulet J. (2008). The Assessment of Individual Cognitive Expertise and Clinical Competency: A Research Agenda. Acad Emerg Med, 15(11).

Using patient care quality measures to assess educational outcomes
Swing, S. R., Schneider, S., Bizovi, K., Chapman, D., Graff, L. G., & Wears, R. L. (2007). Using patient care quality measures to assess educational outcomes. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 14(5), 463-473.

The use of simulation in emergency medicine: A research agenda
Bond, W. F., Lammers, R. L., Spillane, L. L., Smith-Coggins, R., Fernandez, R., & Gordon, J. A. (2007). The use of simulation in emergency medicine: A research agenda. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 14(4), 353-363.

Improving alertness and performance in emergency department physicians and nurses: The use of planned naps
Smith-Coggins, R., Howard, S. K., Mac, D. T., Wang, C., Kwan, S., & Gaba, D. M. (2006). Improving alertness and performance in emergency department physicians and nurses: The use of planned naps. ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 48(5), 596-604.

: Measuring Sleep Onset: Comparing The Standard Versus An Experimental Montage
Howard SK, Smith-Coggins R, Nevarez M, Sohoni A, Gaba D, & Rosekind M. (2005). : Measuring Sleep Onset: Comparing The Standard Versus An Experimental Montage. Sleep, 28.

: Sleep Propensity and Performance: Evaluating A Brief Protocol In Health Care Providers
Howard SK, Smith-Coggins R, Nevarez M, Sohoni A, Gaba D, & Rosekind M. (2005). : Sleep Propensity and Performance: Evaluating A Brief Protocol In Health Care Providers. Sleep, 28.

Assessment of resident professionalism using high-fidelity simulation of ethical dilemmas
Gisondi, M. A., Smith-Coggins, R., Harter, P. M., Soltysik, R. C., & Yarnold, P. R. (2004). Assessment of resident professionalism using high-fidelity simulation of ethical dilemmas. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 11(9), 931-937.

Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education core competencies into the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine
Chapman, D. M., Hayden, S., Sanders, A. B., Binder, L. S., Chinnis, A., & Swing, S. (2004). Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education core competencies into the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 11(6), 674-685.

Use of High-Fidelity Simulation to Evaluate Resident Professionalism During Critical Patient Encounters
Gisondi M, Smith-Coggins R, & Harter P. (2004). Use of High-Fidelity Simulation to Evaluate Resident Professionalism During Critical Patient Encounters. Acad Emerg Med, 11(9).

Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Core Competencies Into the Model o f the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine
Chapman D, Hayden S, Sanders A, Binder L, Chinnis A, & Swing S. (2004). Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Core Competencies Into the Model o f the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. Acad Emerg Med, 11(6).

Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Core Competencies Into the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine
Chapman D, Hayden S, Sanders A, Binder L, Chinnis A, & Swing S. (2004). Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Core Competencies Into the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. Ann Emerg Med,, 43(6).

Global Assessment Tool for Emergency Medicine-Specific Core Competency Evaluation
Wang E, Chapman D, Hayden S, Sanders A, Binder L, & Swing S. (2004). Global Assessment Tool for Emergency Medicine-Specific Core Competency Evaluation. Academic Emergency Medicine, 11(12).

Emergency medicine crisis resource management (EMCRM): Pilot study of a simulation-based crisis management course for emergency medicine
Reznek, M., Smith-Coggins, R., Howard, S., Kiran, K., Harter, P., & Krummel, T. (2003). Emergency medicine crisis resource management (EMCRM): Pilot study of a simulation-based crisis management course for emergency medicine. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 10(4), 386-389.

Development of a Three-Level Curriculum for Crisis Resource management Training in Emergency Medicine
Sowb Y, Kiran K, Reznec M, Smith-Coggins R, Harter P, & Gaba D. (2003). Development of a Three-Level Curriculum for Crisis Resource management Training in Emergency Medicine. International Meeting on Medical Simulation.

Use of High-fidelity simulation to Evaluate Resident Professionalism during Critical Patient Encounters
Gisondi M, Smith-Coggins R, & Harter P. (2003). Use of High-fidelity simulation to Evaluate Resident Professionalism during Critical Patient Encounters. ACGME/ABMS Conference, Fostering Professionalism: Challenges and Opportunities.

Do Naps During the Night Shift Improve Performance in the Emergency Department
Smith-Coggins R, Howard S, Kwan S, Wang C, Mac DT, & Gaba D. (2002). Do Naps During the Night Shift Improve Performance in the Emergency Department. Sleep, (25).

Development of a Standard Crisis Management Curriculum for Emergency Medicine
Reznek M, Smith-Coggins R, Howard S, Harter P, Sowb Y, & Krummel T. (2002). Development of a Standard Crisis Management Curriculum for Emergency Medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine, 9(5).

Do Naps During the Night Shift Improve Performance in the Emergency Department
Smith-Coggins R, Howard S, Kwan S, Wang C, Mac DT, & Gaba D. (2002). Do Naps During the Night Shift Improve Performance in the Emergency Department. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 9(5).

Rotating shiftwork schedules: Can we enhance physician adaptation to night shifts?
SMITHCOGGINS, R., Rosekind, M. R., BUCCINO, K. R., Dinges, D. F., & MOSER, R. P. (1997). Rotating shiftwork schedules: Can we enhance physician adaptation to night shifts?. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 4(10), 951-961.

Morningness-eveningness preferences of emergency medicine residents are skewed toward eveningness
Steele, M. T., McNamara, R. M., SMITHCOGGINS, R., & Watson, W. A. (1997). Morningness-eveningness preferences of emergency medicine residents are skewed toward eveningness. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 4(7), 699-705.

Morningness-Eveningness Preference of Emergency Medicine Residents are Skewed Toward Eveningness
Steele MT, McNamara RM, & Smith-Coggins R. Watson WA. (1997). Morningness-Eveningness Preference of Emergency Medicine Residents are Skewed Toward Eveningness. . Acad Emerg Med, 4(7).

GENDER-ASSOCIATED DIFFERENCES IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PAIN MANAGEMENT
RAFTERY, K. A., SMITHCOGGINS, R., & GHEN, A. H. (1995). GENDER-ASSOCIATED DIFFERENCES IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PAIN MANAGEMENT. ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 26(4), 414-421.

RELATIONSHIP OF DAY VERSUS NIGHT SLEEP TO PHYSICIAN PERFORMANCE AND MOOD
SMITHCOGGINS, R., Rosekind, M. R., Hurd, S., & BUCCINO, K. R. (1994). RELATIONSHIP OF DAY VERSUS NIGHT SLEEP TO PHYSICIAN PERFORMANCE AND MOOD. ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 24(5), 928-934.

Gender-Associated Differences in Emergency Department Pain Management
Raftery KA, Smith-Coggins R, & Chen AHM. (1994). Gender-Associated Differences in Emergency Department Pain Management. Academic Emergency Medicine, 1(2).

Promoting Alertness and Performance on the Night Shift: An Intervention Study
Smith-Coggins R, Rosekind MR, Buccino KR, & Cole W. (1993). Promoting Alertness and Performance on the Night Shift: An Intervention Study. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 22(5).

The Relationship of Day vs. Night Sleep to Physician Performance and Mood
Smith-Coggins R, Rosekind M, Hurd S, & Buccino K. (1991). The Relationship of Day vs. Night Sleep to Physician Performance and Mood. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 20(4).

A Technique for Producing Constant Plasma Drug Concentrations.
Ambre JJ, Smith-Coggins R, Belnap S, & Nelson J. (1987). A Technique for Producing Constant Plasma Drug Concentrations. Annals of Internal Medicine, (107).

Mothball Composition: Three Simple Tests for Distinguishing Paradichlorobenzene From Naphthalene
Ambre JJ, & Smith-Coggins R. (1986). Mothball Composition: Three Simple Tests for Distinguishing Paradichlorobenzene From Naphthalene. Annals of Emergency Medicine, (15).

Local Anesthetics
Altman RS, Smith-Coggins R, & Ampel LL. (1985). Local Anesthetics. Annals of Emergency Medicine, (14).

Unsaturated Fatty Acids and Human Mononuclear Cell Function.
Utermohlen V, Coniglio J, Mao D, sierra J, Smith R, & Boyar A. (1981). Unsaturated Fatty Acids and Human Mononuclear Cell Function. Prog of Lipid Research, (20).