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Nur-Ain Nadir, MD

Associate Professor

Dr. Nur-Ain Nadir, MD, MHPE, FACEP, is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician with The Permanente Medical Group in Northern California. Dr. Nadir has previously held faculty positions at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine and University of Illinois College of Medicine.

Education and Training

  • BS, University of Toronto
  • MD, Chicago Medical School
  • MEHP, Johns Hopkins University
  • Emergency Medicine Residency, SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital Center
  • Joint Collaborative Fellowship in Medical Simulation, State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate/Kings County Hospital Center/Institute for Medical Simulation and Learning (IMSAL)

Years

Selected Prior Positions

2012-2013 Clinical Assistant Professor (Core Faculty) and Attending Physician-Emergency Medicine, SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital Center, Department of Emergency Medicine
2013-2015 Attending Physician, Pekin Hospital
2014-2015 Medical Student Education Director, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine
2013-present Clinical Assistant Professor (Core Faculty) and course director of Longitudinal Undergraduate Curriculum, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine
2013-2015 Attending Physician and Core Faculty-Emergency Medicine, OSF Saint James Medical Center
2015-2018 Attending Physician and Core Faculty-Emergency Medicine, OSF St. Mary’s Medical Center
2013-2018 Attending Physician and Core Faculty-Emergency Medicine, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
2013-2018 Simulation faculty, Simulation fellowship director, JUMP Trading Simulation Center
2015-2018 Simulation Director, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine
2016-2018 Curriculum Transformation Clinical Skills Sub-Theme Leader, University of Illinois College of Medicine
2018-present Emergency Medicine Attending Physician, Kaiser Permanente Central Valley

Years

Selected Honors and Awards

2012 SUNY Downstate Recognition for Outstanding Resident Educator
2012 SUNY Downstate Awards for Outstanding Achievements in International Medicine, Simulation, and Medical Student Education
2013 SUNY Downstate Award for Outstanding Achievements in Simulation Education and Research
2016 University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria Celebration of Excellence Award for Curricular Innovation of the Longitudinal Curriculum
2018 University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria Department of Emergency Medicine, Special Recognition for Core Faculty Service (research, scholarship, and teaching) to the Department
2018 University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria Celebration of Excellence, Teaching Excellence 

Selected Publications

Peer-reviewed research manuscripts

  • Nadir, NA, Bentley, S., Papanagnou, D., Bajaj, K., Rinnert, S. and Sinert.R. Real-Time Debriefing Practices in the Emergency Department. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. West J Emerg Med. 2017 Jan; 18(1): 146–151.
  • Nadir, NA, LeClair CB, Fisher M. The Bubble-Wrap Peritonsillar Abscess Model. Journal of Education and Technology in Emergency Medicine. 2017 2(1)
  • Nadir, NA, LeClair CB, Sattar, I. The Lateral Canthotomy Model. Journal of Education and Technology in Emergency Medicine. 2017.2(2)
  • Nadir, NA, LeClair CB, Ahmed, A and Podolej, G. The Peri-mortem C Section model. Journal of Education and Technology in Emergency Medicine. 2017 2(3)
  • Krzyzaniak, S, Nadir NA. Intern Preparedness Curriculum: An Orientation Curriculum to Prepare Emergency Medicine Interns for Residency. Journal of Education and Technology in Emergency Medicine. In Press