Ian Michael Julie, M.D., MAS
- Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
- Medical Director, Center for Virtual Care
- Co-Director, Medical Simulation and Education Fellowship
Philosophy of Care
I became an Emergency Medicine practitioner so that I could provide care to anyone in need, regardless of social, financial or insurance status. My professional career is dedicated to the health and well-being of any and all individuals in the need of urgent and emergent care.
My academic interests are centered around medical education and training (for all parties - patients, physicians, nurses, all associated professionals and interprofessional teams).
It has been and continues to be an honor and privilege to be able to serve the people of Sacramento and the surrounding region here at UC Davis Health.
Dr. Julie is an emergency medicine physician who works at UC Davis' adult and pediatric emergency departments as well as Veteran's Administration Mather Emergency Department. He is the medical director of the UC Davis Simulation Center (the Center for Virtual Care) and co-directs the Medical Education and Simulation Fellowship.
His academic interests include: cardiac arrest and arrhythmia management, advanced airway management, bedside ultrasound, sepsis care, quality improvement initiatives, resuscitation and team dynamics, utilization of technology in medical education and clinical care, and palliative care.
Dr. Julie's research focuses on improving patient outcomes and education for health care students/professionals through the use of medical simulation and validated, systematic educational techniques. As an educator and researcher, he is interested in assessing learning and cognitive and clinical skills through simulation activities. He's also interested in modern medical education through direct bedside teaching, telehealth services, medical simulation and social media.
Additional interests include health care policy, health care economics, team dynamics, medical resuscitation, system-based practice, narrative medicine, and the humanities in medicine.
M.D., Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO 2009
M.A.S., Translational Research, UC Davis, Davis CA 2015
B.A., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI 2005
Internship: Emergency Medicine, SUNY Downstate/Kings County, Brooklyn NY
Emergency Medicine, SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn NY 2010-2012
Emergency Medicine, SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital, Chief Resident 2013-2015
Medical Simulation, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA 2015
American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2014
American College of Emergency Physicians
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
Society for Simulation in Healthcare
Honors and Awards
UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni Association�s 2015 Clinical Fellow Professionalism Award, 2015
Simulation Champion, 2013
Cheif Resident for Kings County Hospital, 2012
UC Davis Deans' Team Award for Excellence in Pre-Clinical Medical Education, 2017,
UC Davis Pulmonary Embolism Response Team Consortium (PERT) Founding Member Recognition, 2017,
UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine Resident�s Academic Faculty Award, 2015-2016,
Select Recent Publications
In Situ Simulation: advantages, challenges and obstacles. Alkhulaif A, Julie I, Barton J, Nagle E, Yao A, Clarke S, Venugopal S, Hammontree W, Ramirez F, Dunbar K, Sebat C, Bair A. Latin Am J Telehealth, 2016; 3 (2): 101-212
Longitudinal exploration of in situ mock code events and the performance of cardiac arrest skills. Clarke SO, Julie IM, Yao AP, et al. BMJ Stel Epub ahead of print doi:10.1136/ bmjstel-2017-000255
Using Simulation as an Educational Tool with Pre-Clinical Medical Students in a Biocehmistry Course. Pe, M; Barba, B; Schegg, T; Julie, I. Western Group on Educational Affairs. Salt Lake City, Utah. Feb 27, 2017
Medical Student Perspectives on the Need for Pre-Clinical Education in Critical Care Medicine. Montano, N; Clarke, S; Julie, I; Danielson, A. Western Group on Educational Affairs. Salt Lake City, Utah. Feb 27, 2017
Cost-effectiveness Analysis of an In Situ Mock Code Resuscitation Training Program. Ian Julie, Parul Dayal, Samuel Clarke. To be presented at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine National Conference, May 2018).
Provider BMI Significantly Impacts CPR Depth. Ian Julie, Muna AlJahany, Ali AlKhulaif, Samuel Clarke, Aaron Bair. UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, UC Davis, Sacramento, CA (Presented at American College of Emergency Physicians National Conference, October 2016)
Participant Perceptions of Asynchronous Video Debriefing for In-situ Mock Codes. Ali Al Khulaif, M.D., Ian Julie M.D., Samuel Clarke M.D., Joseph Barton, M.D., Aubury Yao M.D., Sandhya Venugopal M.D., Aaron Bair M.D. (Presented at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine National Conference, May 2016).
Effect of rate-limiting bag valve mask ventilation during in situ cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Awrey J, MD; Clarke S, MD; Barton J, MD, MHMS; Yao A, MD; Carden A, MD; Al-Khulaif A, MD; Julie I, MD; Wilson M, Ph.D; Bair A, MD, M.Sc.(Presented at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine National Conference, May 2016).
The Feasibility of Developing and Implementing In Situ Simulated Trauma Codes. Matthew Kiefer, MD; Ian Julie MD, MAS; Christine Williams, RN, MS, CNS; Allison Shuken, RN, MS; Anthony Carden, MD; Bonnie McCracken, MSN, RN, NP-C, NEA-C; Edgardo Salcedo, MD; Erik Laurin, MD; Jennifer Mattice, RN, MS; Joseph Galante, MD; Kellie Brendle, RN, MS, CNS; Muna Aljahany, MBBS; Ryan Bales, RN, BSN; William Hammontree, RN, BSN; Aaron Bair, MD, MS (Presented at the Western Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Regional Conference, March 2016)
Beyond the code sheet: a novel instrument for evaluating code team performance. Samuel Clarke MD, MAS; Kevin Floyd RN, BSN, CCRN; Joleen Lonigan RN, MSN; Amy Doroy RN, MS; Taufa Lee RN; Aubrey Yao MD; Ian Julie MD, MAS; Erin Nagle PharmD; Matthew Kiefer MD; Sandhya Venugopal MD; Muna AlJahany MD; Aaron Danielson MD; Zoya Derebenskiy BA, BS; Aaron Bair MD, MsC (Presented at the UC Davis QI Symposium, March 2016).