Academic Hospitalist and Assistant Clinical Professor, David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.
Why I love to teach
Kelley Chuang completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at UCLA in 2017. She is an Associate Program Director for the UCLA Internal Medicine Residency program. Prior to her medical training, she taught high school chemistry and physics in Washington, D.C. This kickstarted her passion for teaching. Her other interests include medical education and clinical informatics.
Courses with Kelley
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Medical Internship survival course: Using a mnemonic for patient handoff
Communication errors during handoff account for about 80% of medical errors! In this lesson, you’ll learn how to perform a structured and systematic handoff based on the 5 S’s mnemonic.
Medical Internship survival course: How to evaluate for bowel obstruction
In this lesson, we discuss how to rule out bowel obstruction based on history, the physical exam, and imaging.
Medical Internship survival course: Selecting the right antiemetic drug
There are a great variety of medications to use in patients with nausea like antimuscarinic agents, antihistaminic agents, dopaminergic antagonists, and many others.
Medical internship survival course: how to replete potassium during your night on call
As an intern, you’ll be in charge of electrolyte repletion almost every day. In this lesson, we cover the symptoms of hypokalemia (low potassium), the formula to calculate the dose, and the best administration route.
Medical Internship survival course: prioritizing your patient's problem list
In this lesson, our expert teaches you one of the most important skills in the hospital setting—prioritizing your patient’s problem list.