Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
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Ian Julie came to Emergency Medicine so he could provide care to patients in need regardless of their resources or means. He has focused on medical education and simulation so he can share his passion for patient care with sudents, residents and colleagues here and throughout the medical community. He loves his job and is honored to be a part of the UC Davis community.
Dr. Julie is an Emergency Medicine physician at the UC Davis Emergency and Pediatric Emergency Departments and that the Mather VA Emergency Department. He is also the Medical Director of the Center for Simulation and Education Effectiveness at UC Davis and the Co-Director of the Medical Education and Simulation Fellowship.
Dr. Julie's interests are in medical education, experintial learning, cognitive errors, procedure training, ultrasound, resuscitation, airway management, and telehealth.
B.A., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI 2005
M.D., Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO 2009
M.A.S., Clinical Research, UC Davis, Sacramento CA 2015
Emergency Medicine, SUNY Downstate/Kings County, New York NY 2009-2010
Emergency Medicine, SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital, New York NY 2010-2013
Medical Simulation, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA 2013-2015
UC Davis Deans' Team Award for Excellence in Education & Teaching, Undergraduate Medical Education, 2017
UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine Resident's Academic Faculty Award, 2016
UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni Association’s Clinical Fellow Professionalism Award, 2015
Chief Resident, Department of Emergency Medicine Downstate and Kings County Hospitals, 2013
Shaikh U, Natale JE, Till DA, Julie IM. "Good Catch, Kiddo"-Enhancing Patient Safety in the Pediatric Emergency Department Through Simulation. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2022 Jan 1;38(1):e283-e286. doi:10.1097/PEC.0000000000002262. PMID:33109936.
Clarke SO, Julie IM, Yao AP, Bang H, Barton JD, Alsomali SM, Kiefer MV, Al Khulaif AH, Aljahany M, Venugopal S, Bair AE. Longitudinal exploration of in situ mock code events and the performance of cardiac arrest skills. BMJ Simul Technol Enhanc Learn. 2019 Jan;5(1):29-33. doi:10.1136/bmjstel-2017-000255. Epub 2018 Mar 2. PMID:30555719.
Alkhulaif A, Julie I, Barton J, Nagle E, Yao A, Clarke S, Venugopal S, Hammontree W, Ramirez F, Dunbar K, Sebat C, Bair A. In Situ Simulation: advantages, challenges and obstacles. Latin Am J Telehealth. 2016;3(2):101-212.
Pe M, Barba B, Schegg T, Julie I. Using Simulation as an Educational Tool with Pre-Clinical Medical Students in a Biocehmistry Course. Western Group on Educational Affairs. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2017 Feb 27.
Montano N, Clarke S, Julie I, Danielson A. Medical Student Perspectives on the Need for Pre-Clinical Education in Critical Care Medicine. Western Group on Educational Affairs. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2017 Feb 27.
Julie I, Dayal P, Clarke S. Cost-effectiveness Analysis of an In Situ Mock Code Resuscitation Training Program. To be presented at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine National Conference. 2018 May.
Julie I, AlJahany M, AlKhulaif A, Clarke S, Bair A. Provider BMI Significantly Impacts CPR Depth. Presented at American College of Emergency Physicians National Conference, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA. 2016 Oct.
Al Khulaif A, Julie I, Clarke S, Barton J, Yao A, Venugopal S, Bair A. Participant Perceptions of Asynchronous Video Debriefing for In-situ Mock Codes. Presented at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine National Conference. 2016 May.
Awrey J, Clarke S, Barton J, Yao A, Carden A, Al-Khulaif A, Julie I, Wilson M, Bair A. Effect of rate-limiting bag valve mask ventilation during in situ cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Presented at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine National Conference. 2016 May.