John Wilburn, M.D.

John Wilburn, M.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor

jwilburn@med.wayne.edu

John Wilburn, M.D.

Office Phone

313-745-3330

Office Location

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

Education

M.D.
Ross University School of Medicine
Portsmouth, Dominica, West Indies
2006 - 2010

Bachelor of Science
Biopsychology & Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Michigan
2003 - 2005

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

M.D.

Residency

Emergency Medicine Residency
Chief Resident
Detroit Receiving Hospital
Wayne State University
2003 - 2005

Prior Appointments

FACULTY APPOINTMENT

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine
Wayne State University School of Medicine
3/15/14-present

Part Time Faculty
Department of Emergency Medicine
Wayne State University School of Medicine
3/31/14-present

HOSPITAL OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

Attending Physician
Medical Center Emergency Services/Detroit Medical Center
7/1/13-Present

Courses taught

TEACHING

Wayne State University

Medical students

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Teach senior medical students, residents, nurses etc.
2010-Present

Basic Life Support
Assist teaching senior medical students, residents, nurses, etc.
2010-Present

Medical Student Procedure Day
Serve as an instructor of basic medical procedures such as IV starts, ABG draws, and Foley catheter placement and suturing skills.
2010-Present

Advanced Emergency Medicine Elective – 4th year medical students ED based critical care
7/2016-present

Emergency Medicine Residents

3rd Year Resident curriculum for EM Critical Care
06/2016-present

Mentor – 1st through 3rd year resident
06/2015-present

Accomplishments

HONORS/AWARDS

Highest Trial Enrollment in United State of America for RELAX-AHFII
Novartis Pharmaceuticals
10/2016

Awarded First Place
Michigan College of Emergency Physicians SIMWARS
2013

Chief Resident
WSU/DMC, Department of Emergency Medicine Detroit Receiving Hospital
2012-2013

Professional Experience

SERVICE

Wayne State University

Departmental/Divisional


MCEP Mock Oral Boards
2015-present

Ross University

Teaching Assistant, Neuroscience
2007

Private Pharmacology Tutor
2007

Private Neuroscience Tutor
2007

Blood Pressure Workshop
2007

University of Michigan

Global Medical Relief
Ann Arbor, Michigan
2003 - 2005

Best Buddies
Ann Arbor, Michigan
2004-2005

Physician Practice Plan- Medical Center Emergency Physicians
Peer Review Committee – Sinai Grace Hospital Bi-monthly case review of 72 hour returns
36 hrs/ year
2015-present

 

Publications

Published Abstracts

  1. Engel T, Thomas C, Scott T, Wilburn J, Medado P, Reed B, Millis S, O'Neil B. Comparison of End Tidal CO2 and Cerebral Oximetry in Determining Return of Spontaneous Circulation During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Doi : 10.1016/j.ann emerg med.2013.07.216
     
  2. Wilburn J, Scott T, Cloyd J, O’ Neil B. Comparison of Emergency Department and Out-of- Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients Monitored with End Tidal CO2 and Cerebral Oximetry. Held at American College of Emergency Physicians, Research Forum, Colorado Convention Center October 8, 2012. Doi : 10.1016/j.ann emerg med.2012.06.189
     
  3. Kessler J, Medado P, Cloyd J, Wilburn J, Engle T, O’Neil B. Utility Cranial Nerve Testing Obtained in the Emergency Department as Early Predictors of Neurologic Outcome Post Cardiac Arrest. Doi : 10.1016/j.ann emerg med. 2012.06.135
     
  4. Engel TW, Medado P, Thomas C, Wilburn J, Scott T, O'Neil B. End Tidal CO2 versus Cerebral Oximetry for Monitoring CPR Quality and Determination of Return of Spontaneous Circulation. Doi : 10.1016/j.ann emerg med. 2012.06.190
     
  5. Scott TM, Cloyd J, Wilburn J, Kessler J, Engle T, Thomas C, Medado P, O'Neil B. Using Cerebral Oxiemtry To Predict Return of Spontaneous Circulation. Doi : 10.1016/j.ann emerg med.2012.06.053

Other Information

MAJOR PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American College of Emergency Physicians
Emergency Medicine Resident Association
Michigan College of Emergency Physicians
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine