Positions

Overview

  • Dr. Riesenberg is a full-time medical educator who works exclusively for the Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine residency program. As the Associate Director Education, Dr. Riesenberg’s role involves medical education curricular innovations, evaluation methods, faculty development, improving patient safety and quality through Graduate Medical Education, learning styles assessment and individualized learning plans coaching, scientific writing and publication, and medical education outcomes research.

    In addition, she is responsible for our Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program, which provides residents the opportunity to become leaders in health care through enhanced educational tracks. The UAB Department of Anesthesiology is committed to providing excellent clinical training, as well as providing opportunities for residents to develop unique skills that will allow them to become leaders in health care. Our innovative leadership tracks are designed to nurture leadership, communication, and administrative expertise and include certificate and Master’s degree options for selected residents.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2018 Graduate medical education scholarly activities initiatives: A systematic review and meta-analysisBMC Medical Education.  18. 2018
    2018 Systematic reviews of the literature: A better way of addressing basic science controversies 2018
    2017 Role of apoptosis and autophagy in tuberculosis 2017
    2015 Inhaled matters of the heart.Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine.  2. 2015
    2014 Addressing the mandate for hand-off education: A focused review and recommendations for anesthesia resident curriculum development and evaluationAnesthesiology.  120:218-229. 2014
    2011 Drug overdose with refractory bradycardia and hypotension.Delaware Medical Journal.  83:169-172. 2011
    2006 Unexpected mailed survey response rates [2]Family Medicine.  38:83. 2006
    2004 Psychosocial Support Services for Family Medicine Resident PhysiciansFamily Medicine.  36:108-113. 2004
    1996 Medical students' perceptions of desirable characteristics of primary care teaching sitesFamily Medicine.  28:629-633. 1996
    1996 Watch out for reference inaccuracies.Family Medicine.  28:6. 1996
    1991 The impact of death educationDeath Studies.  15:39-58. 1991
    1985 Stress in Nursing PracticeBasal Facts1985

    Chapter

    Year Title Altmetric
    2016 Hiring and Training Nonphysician Medical Educators for Graduate Medical Education 2016
    2010 Hiring and Training Nonphysician Medical Educators for Graduate Medical Education 2010
    2007 A Guide to Organizations and Acronyms in Hospital-Based Medical Education and Medical Education Alphabet Soup (revised 2007) 2007
    2005 A Guide to Organizations and Acronyms in Hospital-Based Medical Education and Medical Education Alphabet Soup 2005
    2004 History of Allopathic Medical Education in the United States: Focusing on Controversies, Power Struggles, and Public Mistrust as They Relate to Current Medical Education Reform 2004
    2002 Written Communication 2002

    Research Overview

  • Transitions of Care, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Systematic Reviews of the Literature, Medical Education Research
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Nebraska System : Lincoln 2004
  • Master of Science in Physical Sciences, New School for Social Research 1996
  • Bachelor of Science or Mathematics in Psychology, Loyola University Chicago 1988
  • Bachelor of Science or Mathematics in Registered Nursing / Registered Nurse, 1977
  • Full Name

  • Lee Ann Riesenberg