Gordon Green

Gordon Green

MD, MEd, EdD, FRCPC

Executive Dean

  • Curriculum innovation and development
  • Simulation
  • Active learning methodologies
  • Clinical curricular integration
  • Dean’s Award for Teaching (SMU)
  • Golden Apple Award (SMU)
  • Attending Physician of the Year (CAMC/WVU)
  • Special Recognition – Medical Educator (UBC) 
Doctoral Thesis 
  • Thesis Title: Examining Interprofessional Team Decision Making through a Distributed Cognition Lens  
  • Institution: University of Calgary 
  • Department/Program: Educational Research 
  • Specialization: Technology 
  • Thesis Identifier: (http://hdl.handle.net/1880/111423) 
Textbooks 
  • McKee RK, Carlson B, Green GJThe Power to Change Healthcare. Grid International Inc. 2004.  
Text Chapters 
  • Green GJMinor Viral Infections, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Handbook, 3rd Ed. GA Baldwin (ed.) Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, pp 287-293 (2001) 
  • Macnab AJ, Alexander SM, Macrae DJ, Green GJInterfacility Transport. Care of the Critically Ill Child. Macnab AJ, Macrae, Henning R (Eds.), Churchill Livingstone, London, pp 36-44 (1st ed. 1999, 2nd ed. 2000 and 3rd ed. 2001).  
  • Green GJMedical Genetics, The Pocket Pediatrician. M Seear (Ed). University Press, Cambridge, pp 254-266 (1996). 
Published Papers 
  • Schultz KR, Green GJ, Davis JH, Wensley D. Obstructive lung disease in children following allogeneic bone marrow transplant. Blood, 84{9) November 1, 1994: pp 3212-3220. 
  • Macnab AJ, Noble R, Smart P, Green GJNarcotics and Controlled Drugs: A secure system for access by transport teams. Air Medical Journal. 17{2), April-June 1998: pp 73-75. 
  • Green GJPediatric Pain Management: A Historical Perspective. Pediatric Acute Care Newsletter, Charleston Area Medical Center. 10(3), June 2000. 
  • Macnab AJ Richards J, Green GJApplication of family centred care practices during pediatric interfacility transport: The parent's perspective. Patient Education and Counseling 36(3): 247-257; 1999 
  • Davey AL Macnab AJ Green GJChanges in pCO2 during air medical transport of children with closed head injuries. Air Med J 20 (4): 20-22; 2001
  • Simulation-based medical education
  • High functioning teams
  • Interprofessional teams in acute care
  • Interprofessional education; Curriculum innovations in UME
  • Integrated UME/GME programs
  • Medical Spanish curricula
  • Developing clinical reasoning 
  • Green GJ. (2020). Examining Interprofessional Team Decision Making Through a Distributed Cognition Lens. Association of Medical Education – Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference, Glasgow Scotland (held virtually). September 7-9, 2020. 
  • Green GJ, Clifton M, Bruzik J. Interprofessional Education: Dialogue, Reflections and Actions. USC Keck School of Medicine’s Innovations in Medical Education Conference: Transforming Health Professions Education through Innovation. February 23-24, 2018 Los Angeles, CA 
  • Calton M, Clifton M, Bruzik J, Green GJ,. Clinical Reasoning: Making the Invisible, Visible, Revisited. USC Keck School of Medicine’s Innovations in Medical Education Conference: Transforming Health Professions Education through Innovation. February 23-24, 2018 Los Angeles, CA. 
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