Deborah C. Gutman Adjunct Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

DEBORAH GUTMAN, MD, MPH, a graduate of Brown Medical School, is an attending physician at Rhode Island Hospital. Dr. Gutman is Curriculum Coordinator for the Warren Alpert School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine. Medical School: Brown University 1999; Residency Training: Emergency Medicine at Brown Medical School '03; Board Certified: Emergency Medicine 2004

scholarly work

Gutman D, Biffl WL, Suner S, Cioffi WG. The Station Nightclub Fire and Disaster Preparedness in Rhode Island. Medicine and Health Rhode Island. 86 (11):344-346. November 2003

Gutman D, Savitt D, Storrow A. Atlas of Emergency Medicine, second edition. Chapter 11: Extremity Trauma: pp289-346, KJ Knoop, LB Stack, AB Storrow Eds., McGraw Hill, New York, 2002.

research overview

I am conducting research in medical education including high fidelity medical simulation, as well as, novel means of evaluating medical training.

research statement

Currently developing a Curriculum in Geriatric Emergency Medicine using High Fidelity Medical Simulation.

Conducting a survey of women's health and gender based medicine curricula in post graduate Emergency medicine training.

funded research

Geriatrics Education for Specialty Residents Training Grant
Role: Principal Investigator
Agency: American Geriatrics Society
Period: July 1, 2005 – June 30, 2007
Total Costs: $32,000

Rhode Island Emergency Medical Services for Children Targeted Issues Grant
Role: Development and Implementation of Hispanic Injury Prevention Outreach Program
Co-Project PI: Angela Anderson, MD and Dale Steele, MD
Agency: Department of Health and Human Services
Period: 1997-1999
Total Costs: $150,000