Suzana Tsao, DO

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Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Attending Physician, Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center, Emergency Medicine
Vice Chair of Education, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Department: Emergency Medicine

Contact information
Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center
Department of Emergency Medicine
51 North 39th Street - M01
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-9350
Fax: 215 243-4626
Education:
BS (Biology)
The Evergreen State College, 1999.
DO (Osteopathic Medicine)
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2005.
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Selected Publications

Anish Kumar Agarwal, Rachel Gonzales, Cory Munden, DaCarla Albright, Suzana Tsao: Medical Students’ Perceptions on Identifying and Addressing Emotional Responses in Emergency Medicine: Pilot Investigation. JMIR FORMATIVE RESEARCH 8: p. e50827, January 2024.

Stacey Kassutto, Caitlin Clancy, Nadia Bennett, and Suzana Tsao: Virtual Simulations to Enhance Medical Student Exposure to Management of Critically Ill Patients. ATS Scholar January 2024.

Stacey Kassutto, Caitlin Clancy, Sean Harbison, Suzana Tsao: A virtual simulation-based clinical skills course. The Clinical Teacher January 2024.

Tsao, Suzana DO1; Clancy, Caitlin MD, MSHP1; Bennett, Nadia MD, MSEd1; Rose, Suzanne MD, MSEd1; Kassutto, Stacey MD1: Medical Education in the Metaverse: Integration of Virtual Learning Experiences Into Core Clerkships for Medical Students Academic Medicine 98: s189-90, November 2023.

Stacey Kassutto 1, Suzana Tsao 1, Nadia L Bennett 1: From luddite to luminary: Implementing technology in healthcare education Medical Education 58(1), October 2023.

Hansen, Matt MD, MCR1; Harrod, Tabria MPH2; Bahr, Nathan PhD3; Schoonover, Amanda MPH4; Adams, Karen MD5; Kornegay, Josh MD6; Stenson, Amy MD7; Ng, Vivienne MD, MPH8; Plitt, Jennifer MD9; Cooper, Dylan MD10; Scott, Nicole MD11; Chinai, Sneha MD12; Johnson, Julia MD13; Conlon, Lauren Weinberger MD14; Salva, Catherine MD15; Caretta-Weyer, Holly MD, MHPE(c)16; Huynh, Trang MD17; Jones, David MD, MBS, MCR18; Jorda, Katherine MD19; Lo, Jamie MD20; Mayersak, Ryanne MD, MS21; Paré, Emmanuelle MD, MSCE22; Hughes, Kate DO23; Ahmed, Rami DO, MHPE24; Patel, Soha MD, MSPH25; Tsao, Suzana DO26; Wang, Eileen MD27; Ogburn, Tony MD28; Guise, Jeanne-Marie MD, MPH: The Effects of Leadership Curricula With and Without Implicit Bias Training on Graduate Medical Education: A Multicenter Randomized Trial. Academic Medicine 97(5): 696-703, May 2022.

Elizabeth Sanseau 1, Megan Lavoie 2, Khoon-Yen Tay 2, Grace Good 3, Suzana Tsao 4, Rebekah Burns 5, Anita Thomas 5, Tanner Heckle 6, Meghan Wilson 7, Maybelle Kou 8, Marc Auerbach 9: TeleSimBox: A perceived effective alternative for experiential learning for medical student education with social distancing requirements. AEM Educ Train 5(2), April 2021.

Elizabeth Sanseau MD, MS, Megan Lavoie MD, Khoon-Yen Tay MD, Grace Good RN, BSN, MA, Suzana Tsao DO, Rebekah Burns MD, Anita Thomas MD, MPH, Tanner Heckle MD, MPH : TeleSimBox: A perceived effective alternative for experiential learning for medical student education with social distancing requirements. AEM Education and Training 5(2), Feb 2021.

Tsao, S.,Patwari, R.: Basic Wound Management. http://cdemcurriculum.com 2015.

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