Kerin Jones, M.D.

Kerin Jones, M.D.

Associate Professor
CME Director - Detroit Receiving Hospital
 

kajones@med.wayne.edu

Kerin Jones, M.D.

Office Phone

313-993-2530

Office Location

4201 Saint Antoine Street
UHC - 6G
Detroit, MI 48201

Biography

 

 

Education

Wayne State University
School of Medicine
M.D.
May 1993

University of Michigan
M.S. Kinesiology
May 1987

Northwestern University
B.A. Biology
June 1985

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

M.D.

Residency

 Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center
Emergency Medicine Residency
June 1993 - June 1996


 

Courses taught

 Wayne State University School of Medicine Faculty – 1997 - present

Undergraduate
Basic Life Saving Skills Workshop – Organized and put on a workshop for employees and students of Wayne State University campus teaching basic life saving skills such as treating a choking baby, child and adult, basic life saving skills (BLS), and other simple first aid skills. Approximately 30 people attended the 2-hour workshop.

Graduate Students
Physician Assistant Students – Lecture coordinator and lecturer to Wayne State University PA students during their month long emergency medicine section 2000 – present

Medical Students
Medical Students – Clinical teaching during their required month long rotation in emergency medicine

Advanced Cardiac Life Support – Course faculty

Basic Life Support – Course faculty

Emergency Medicine Interest Group – Procedure night one of the teaching faculty

Third year suturing and skills lab – Course faculty

Residents/Fellows
Frequent lecturer at the emergency medicine grand rounds course developer and lecturer for x-ray interpretation for emergency medicine residents.

Inter Orientation Coordinator and instructor for incoming interns in emergency medicine for Detroit Receiving Hospital, Sinai-Grace Hospital, and St. John’s Hospital.

Patient Simulator – Helped design and implemented a case based module utilizing the patient simulator. I take a group of 10-12 residents to the high fidelity human patient simulator lab monthly. The course is designed to help residents evaluate and treat critically ill patients in a safe environment and improve their resuscitative skills. There are specific educational goals and objectives for each year of residency training.

Patient Simulator – Help run and administer simulation curriculum to the intensive care fellows three times a year.

Lecturer – Grand rounds lecturer at Saginaw emergency medicine grand rounds on “Urban Emergency Medicine”. 11/16/04

Lecture – Brown bag lunch lecture given at Huron Valley Sinai Hospital. Lecture given to nurses, physicians, ancillary staff, and administrators at a weekly lecture series. The lecture topic was urban traumatic emergency medicine, “ Gun and Knife Club”. 8/10/04

Interim Director of Medical Simulation – August – October 2007 – organized and facilitated medical students and resident simulation training for this time period. My duties included running the simulation center and running cased base scenarios teaching medical students and residents skills in medical and traumatic resuscitation. I also taught Michigan State University emergency medicine residents during this time period.

Faculty
Patient Simulator Course – Course developer of a one-day course on the human patient simulator. The course was given to faculty members in emergency medicine from Michigan State School of Medicine. The faculty were given an introduction to the simulator, lectures on the history of human patient simulation (HPS), a lecture concerning curriculum development and how to implement HPS into their residency, and finally spent a half a day on the patient simulator going through various simulation cases.

 

Publications

 1. Fernandez, R., Pearce, M., Grand, J.A., Rench, T.A., Jones, K.A., Chao, G.T., & Kozlowski, S.W.J.(2013). Evaluation of a computer-based educational intervention to improve medical teamwork and performance during simulated patient resuscitations. Critical Care Medicine. doi:
10.1097/CCM.0b013e31829828f7

2. Fernandez, R., Compton, S.C., Jones K.A., Velilla, M. A. The Presence of a Family Witness Impacts Physician Performance During Simulated Medical Codes. Critical Care Medicine. 2009 37(6): 1956-1960

3. Schwartz L, Fernandez R, Kouyoumjian S, Jones K, Compton S. A Randomized Comparison Trial of Case-based Learning versus Human Patient Simulation in Medical Student Education. Acad Emerg Med. 2007 Feb:14(2):130-137.

4. Jones K, Garg M, Bali D, Yang R, Compton S. The knowledge and perceptions of medical personnel relating to outcome after cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2006 May;69(2):235-9.

5. Julius S, Jones K, Schork N, et al. Independence of pressure reactivity from pressure levels in Tecumseh, Michigan. Hypertension. 1991;17(4 Suppl):III12-21.

6. Julius S, Krause L, Schork NJ, Mejia A, Jones K, et al. Hyperkinetic borderline hypertension in Tecumseh, Michigan. J Hypertens. 1991;9(1):77-84.

7. Julius S, Jamerson K, Mejia A, Krause L, Schork N, Jones K. The association of borderline hypertension with target organ changes and higher coronary risk. Tecumseh Blood Pressure study. Jama. 1990;264(3):354-8.

8. Mejia AD, Julius S, Jones KA, Schork NJ, Kneisley J. The Tecumseh Blood Pressure Study. Normative data on blood pressure self-determination. Arch Intern Med. 1990;150(6):1209-13.

Other Information

SERVICE

Departmental
Rapid HIV testing – one of two departmental faculty members involved in the rapid HIV testing program within our department. This is a program that is sponsored by the Michigan Department of Community Health and conducted at Detroit Receiving Hospital. My involvement is to be a liaison between the Department of Community Health, Department of Infectious Disease and the on-site councilors and organizational staff that keep the project running. We continue to analyze the process and have recently implemented several process improvements aimed at increasing both the numbers of patients tested and reactive cases identified. We are also striving to improve upon our linkage to care for the reactive cases.
2008-2016



Clinical Guidelines – Team leader for developing clinical
guidelines for radiology resource utilization in Low Back Pain
for the emergency department.
2007

Web Page Master – Developed the Wayne State University
Department of Emergency Medicine web page. This in an ongoing
project to make the web page more reflective of our
diversified productive department.
2006-2016

Resource Utilization Committee – Detroit Receiving Hospital ED
2003-2005

CQI Committee member – Detroit Receiving Hospital
2000 - present

Education Committee member – Detroit Receiving Hospital
2000 - present

Physician Assistant (PA) lecture coordinator for the Department of Emergency Medicine. – coordinate the month long curriculum and lecture series given to the PA students at Wayne State University. 
2000 - present

Medical Records committee at Huron Valley – Sinai Hospital
1998-2004

School of Medicine

Department of Emergency Medicine Chair Search Committee
committee member
2004 - 2006

Human Patient Simulator Committee Wayne State University
School of Medicine member
2002 - 2007

University

Chair for the Outreach committee for the Commission on the
Status of Women
Dec. 2006 - June 2007

The President’s Commission on the Status of Women. Appointed as a 2-year Commissioner to this Wayne State University commission. This commission Investigates areas of concern regarding women’s issues and presents to the President specific recommendations regarding ways in which the University may best address these areas. It also performs community service projects and educational seminars to Wayne State University and the City of Detroit.
2005 - 2007

Professional

DMC Physician Appeal Hearing Panel Member
I am one of several physicians who are called on to serve on a physician appeal hearing panel. We listen to the facts of the case and make a recommendation to the DMC Medical Staff Affairs.
2016

ABEM Oral Standard Setting Method Meeting, Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport
I was invited and participate in a 2 day session by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM). The meeting’s goal was to make a recommendation to the ABEM Board of Directors a new standard passing score for the Oral Board Examination.
November 2-3, 2016

SimWar Judge - MCEP/EMRAM Research Day and SimWar Competition - judge for State Wide Simulation Competition between residencies. Sponsored by MCEP (Michigan College Emergency Physicians) and EMRA
(Emergency Medicine Residency Association of Michigan). Michigan State University - Henry Center Lansing, Michigan
April 21, 2015

ABEM Qualifying Exam Standard Setting Method Meeting,
Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile – I was invited and participate in a 2 day session by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM). The meeting’s goal was to make a recommendation to the ABEM Board of Directors a new standard passing score for the Qualifying Examination.
December 9-10, 2014

Chair Midwest Regional SAEM Meeting – Ford Field, Detroit, MI
I was the chair for the organizing and orchestrating this meeting with approximately 200 attendees. My responsibilities ranged from
development of content and curriculum, finding the speakers, venue, selecting the menu, as well as completing the CME application for the conference. I was responsible for all details of the conference with the other members of the hosting committee.
September 11, 2014

ABEM Oral Standard Setting Method Meeting,
Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport – I was invited and participate in a 2 day session by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM). The meeting’s goal was to make a recommendation to the ABEM Board of Directors a new standard passing score for the Oral Board Examination.
May 22-23, 2014

SimWar Judge - MCEP/EMRAM Research Day and SimWar Competition - judge for State Wide Simulation Competition between residencies. Sponsored by MCEP (Michigan College Emergency Physicians) and EMRA
(Emergency Medicine Residency Association of Michigan). Michigan State University - Henry Center Lansing, Michigan
April 15, 2014

American Board of Emergency Medicine – National Oral Board Examiner
August 2010 - present

Co-Chair for hosting the 17th Annual Midwest Regional Meeting held at Ford Field. I was one of the conference organizers. My responsibilities ranged from development of content and curriculum, finding the speakers, venue, selecting the menu, as well as completing the CME application for the conference.
September 20, 2007

Community

Board member and Treasurer of “The Academy of Sports Leadership (TASL)” – a Michigan nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging and traininghigh school girls to explore coaching as a career option. A 4 day residential camp is held for high school students annually to educate them about all aspects of coaching and team building. This also includes topics as general health, nutrition,CPR training, substance abuse and illegal supplement use.
2008 - present

Council of Residency Directors Clinical Pathological Case committee member and judge. Judge for the CPC case competition sponsored by
the Council of Residency Directors during the Society of Academic Medicine meeting.
2005 - 2009

Board member “Peace, Love and Planet” – a non-profit organization formed to provide alternatives for garden plastic not recycled curbside and to promote environmental education throughout metro Detroit. There are two main emphasis to the organization: 1) Provide opportunities for individuals and farmers to reuse or recycle plastic container. 2) Provide educational outreach workshops promoting environmental conservation and develop “green” habits for children and parents.