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About Kevin Ching, M.D.
As a physician and educator, my passion is in creating new and exciting medical education environments that challenge our conventions and transform the ways we teach, learn, and assess our students. My personal goal is to invent innovative teaching methods that resonate with students, break new ground in student-faculty learning interactions, and develop novel approaches to assessment.
Dr. Ching is an Associate Professor in Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medical College and an Attending in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and the Medical Director of the Weill Cornell Medicine NewYork Presbyterian Simulation Center. As Director, Dr. Ching oversees the development and implementation of multidisciplinary teaching programs in simulation for residents, faculty, and medical students. He is actively engaged in simulation research on the role of human factors in pediatric emergencies, procedural skills success and retention, and the effect of simulation on patient outcomes. In addition, Dr. Ching is the co-founder and chair of BASE Camp, an annual multi-institutional, multidisciplinary conference using simulation models to introduce, review, and practice teamwork, crisis resource management, and emergency resuscitation procedures. He has published articles examining simulation teaching models and lectures internationally in this area.
Dr. Ching graduated from Lehigh University and received his medical degree from MCP/Hahnemann University (Drexel) College of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell, and his Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship at New York University-Bellevue, where he also served as an Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics. From 2007-2010, Dr. Ching was an Assistant Professor in Pediatrics and Director of Pediatric Emergency Simulation at Yale University.
M.D.Drexel University College of Medicine2001
Associate Attending PhysicianNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Associate Professor of Emergency MedicineWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
Assistant Attending PhysicianNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Associate Professor of PediatricsWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
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