Mira Mamtani, MD MSEd

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Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Department: Emergency Medicine

Contact information
3400 Spruce Street
Department of Emergency Medicine, Ground Ravdin
Philadelphia, PA 19104
BS (Psychology - summa cum laude)
Stony Brook University, 2005.
MD (Medicine)
Stony Brook Medical School, 2009.
MSEd (Masters in Medical Education)
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 2018.
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Description of Other Expertise

Medical Education
Gender and Racial/Ethnic Bias
Faculty Development
Learner Assessment
Curriculum Development and Evaluation

Selected Publications

Krystal Hill Catherine Raney Kelli Jackson H. Moses Murdock Erika Dawson Roy H. Hamilton Horace DeLisser Mira Mamtani Jaya Aysola : A New Way of Evaluating Effectiveness of URM Summer Pipeline Programs. Advances in Medical Education and Practice July 2021.

Stillman K; Owen D; Mamtani M; Alter H; Khan A: A Social EM Curriculum: Bridging Emergency Care and Health Equity. AEM Education and Training July 2021.

Jaya Aysola, MD, MPH, Justin T. Clapp, PhD, MPH; Patricia Sullivan, PhD; Patrick J Brennan, MD; Eve J Higginbotham SM, MD; Matthew D Kearney MPH, PhD; Chang Xu MS; Rosemary Thomas MPH; Sarah Griggs MPH; Mohamed Abdirisak; Alec Hilton; Toluwa Omole, Sean Foster MD ;Mira Mamtani MD, MSEd: Understanding Contributors to Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Emergency Department Throughput Times: A Sequential Mixed Methods Analysis. Journal of General Internal Medicine June 2021.

James J. Harrigan, Rebecca A. Hubbard, Sunil Thomas, Ralph J. Riello, Erin Bange, Mira Mamtani, Ronac Mamtani: Association Between US Administration Endorsement of Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 and Outpatient Prescribing. Journal of General Internal Medicine June 2020.

Elizabeth Upton , Rohit B Sangal, Erik Blutinger , Mary Khachatryan , Jaya Aysola , Mira Mamtani : Female Millennial Patient Perspectives in the Emergency Department: A Qualitative Analysis. American Journal of Emergency Medicine February 2020.

Mamtani M, Shofer F, Mudan A, Khatri U, Walker R, Perrone J, Aysola J. : An Observational Study Quantifying Gender Disparities in Physician Authorship Among Commentary Articles in Three High Impact Medical Journals. BMJ Open 2020.

Sangal R, Shofer F, Blutinger E, Mamtani M: Nursing Updates as a Means to Improve Patient Satisfaction. American Journal of Emergency Medicine August 2019.

Jaya Aysola, MD, MPH, Mira Mamtani, MD MSED, Sean Foster, MD, Justin Clapp, PhD, MPH, Matthew Kearney, MPH, Rosemary Thomas, MPH, CHE, Sarah Griggs, MPH, Alec Hilton, Toluwa Omole, Mohamed Abdirisak, Chang Xu, Tiffani Johnson, MD, MSc, Maryam Behta, Eve Higginbotham, SM, MD, Patrick Brennan, MD and Patricia Sullivan, PhD, : A Mixed Method Analysis to Identify Contributors to Emergency Department (ED) Wait Time Disparities. Academy Health June 2019.

Mira Mamtani MD MDSEd, Frances S. Shofer PhD, Alexander Sackeim MD, Lauren Conlon, MD, Kevin Scott MD MSEd, Angela M Mills MD: Feedback with Performance Metric Scorecards Improves Resident Satisfaction but does not Impact Clinical Performance. AEM Education and Training May 2019.

Erik J. Blutiner MD, MSc, Robit B Sangal MD, Frances S Shofer PhD, Julie Kurkowski BSN, RN, Julie Westover, Mira Mamtani MD MSEd: Nursing Updates: A Solution for Improving Patient Satisfaction? Society of Academic Emergency Medicine May 2019.

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Last updated: 11/01/2021
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