Stacey M. Kassutto, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Director of Simulation for Internal Medicine Residency, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Staff Physician, Michael J. Crescenz Philadelphia VA Medical Center
Associate Director, Medical Education Leadership Track, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Co-Director, Measey Learning in a Virtual Environment Curriculum, Perleman School of Medicine
Core Faculty, Internal Medicine Residency, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Core Faculty, Pulmonary Fellowship, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
UME Director of Simulation and Technology, Perelman School of Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
University of Pennsylvania
Department of Medicine
Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Division
3400 Spruce Street,828 Gates Building
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Fax: 215-614-0518
Education:
BA (Chemistry)
Franklin and Marshall College, 2006.
MD (Medicine)
University of Pennsylvania, 2010.
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Description of Research Expertise

Dr. Kassutto’s primary interests are in the development of innovative simulation-based education initiatives, the application of novel technologies such as virtual and augmented reality in medical education, and communication and interprofessional training for all levels of learners. In addition to curriculum development, she is also actively engaged in assessment of these new initiatives through a variety of medical education research studies.

Selected Publications

Kassutto SM, Baston C, Clancy C: Virtual, Augmented, and Alternate Reality in Medical Education: Socially Distanced but Fully Immersed. ATS Scholar October 2021 Notes: https://doi.org/10.34197/ats-scholar.2021-0002RE.

Kassutto S, Ferreira J.: "A novel ambulatory curriculum for pulmonary and critical care fellowship training" ATS Scholarly Podcast. ATS Scholarly June 2021.

Stacey M Kassutto , Lekshmi Santhosh, C Jessica Dine, Maryl Kreider, Jennifer Lapin, Rupal J Shah : Impact of a Novel Ambulatory Curriculum on Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Training. ATS Scholar 2(2): 265-277, Jun 2021 Notes: doi: 10.34197/ats-scholar.2020-0162OC. eCollection 2021 Jun.

Kassutto SM: "Managing Challening Patient Encounters in the Pulmonary Ambulatory Clinic" APCCMPD Pulmonary Ambulatory Curriculum 2021 Notes: https://apccmpdscholars.org/tool/ambulatory-care-curriculum/

Kassutto SM, et al. : COPD I: Intro to Therapeutic Options APCCMPD Pulmonary Ambulatory Care Curriculum 2021 Notes: https://apccmpdscholars.org/tool/ambulatory-care-curriculum/

Kassutto SM, Manaker S.: "Outpatient Chart Documentation and Introduction to Billing" APCCMPD Pulmonary Ambulatory Care Curriculum 2021 Notes: https://apccmpdscholars.org/tool/ambulatory-care-curriculum/

Kassutto SM: Using the Ambulatory Curriculum in Your Fellowship Program. apccmpdscholars.org 2021.

Jake G. Natalini, Stacey M. Kassutto, Tristan J. Huie and Maryl E. Kreider : Fellowship Education in Interstitial Lung Disease. A National Survey of Program Directors and Trainees. ATS Scholar 1(4): 384-394, Dec 2020.

Kassutto SM, Santhosh L, Lapin J, Shea J, Dine CJ, Shah RJ: Implemenation And Assessment Of A Novel Ambulatory Curriculum For Pulmonary And Critical Care Fellowship Trainees: A Multi-institution Study. American Thoracic Society International Conference (cancelled due to COVID) 2020 Notes: poster presentation.

Kassutto SM, Santhosh L, Lapin J, Shea J, Dine CJ, Shah RJ: Assessment Of The Current State Of Ambulatory Pulmonary Education In Pulmonary And Critical Care Fellowship Training Programs. American Thoracic Society International Conference (cancelled due to COVID) 2020 Notes: poster presentation.

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