Description of Research Expertise:
Dr. Kassutto’s primary interests are in the development of innovative simulation-based education initiatives, the application of novel technologies such as Google Glass in medical education, and communication and interprofessional training for all levels of learners. In addition to curriculum development, she is also actively engaged in assessment of these new initiatives through a variety of medical education research studies.
Kassutto S, Seam N, Carlos WG, Kelm D, Kaul V, Stewart NH, Hinkle L: "Twelve Tips for Conducting Successful Interprofessional Teaching Rounds" Medical Teacher : 1-6,2019.
Heath JK, Clancy CB, Dine CJ, Kreider M, Nandiwada DR, Aizenberg D, Kassutto S: "Development and Implementation of an Active Precepting Model Within an Outpatient Subspecialty Clinic" American Thoracic Society International Conference : 2019.
Kassutto SM, Kayser JB, Kerlin MP, Upton M, Lipschik G, Epstein AJ, Dine CJ, Schweickert W: Google Glass Video-Capture of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Events: A Pilot Simulation Study
Journal of Graduate Medical Education 9 (6): 748-754,2017.
Stacey M. Kassutto, MD, Joshua B. Kayser, MD, Meeta P. Kerlin, MD, Gregory Lipschik, MD, Mark Upton, MD, William D. Schweickert, MD: "Analysis of Recording Methods to Facilitate Debriefing After Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation" American Thoracic Society International Conference, San Francisco, CA : 2016.
Kassutto SM, Dine CJ, Kreider M, Shah RJ: Changing the Ambulatory Training Paradigm: The Design and Implementation of an Outpatient Pulmonology Fellowship Curriculum Ann Am Thorac Soc 13 (4): 540-4,2016.
Kassutto SM, Kayser JB: "Care of the Surgical ICU Patient with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Pulmonary Hypertension" "Principles of Adult Surgical Critical Care" : 137-148,2016.
Balachandran Jay S, Wang Tisha, Ko Ping-Ru T, Billings Martha E, Chow Matthew, Panossian Lori A, Orr Jeremy E, Owens Robert L, Kassutto Stacey M, Sunwoo Bernie Y, Moussa Ameer, Edinger Jack D, Uppalapati Sri Venkata, Drake Chris L, Schmitt Matthew, Weir Ian, Pien Grace W: ATS Core Curriculum 2015: Part II. Adult Sleep Medicine. Annals of the American Thoracic Society 12 (10): 1542-50,2015.
Kassutto SM, Shah RJ: Patient satisfaction: Why and How Patients Grade You and Your Pulmonary Practice Chest 148 (3): 833-838,2015.
Kassutto SM, Dine CJ, Kreider M, Shah RJ: Implementation of an Outpatient Pulmonary Fellows' Curriculum: A Structured Case-Based Approach American Thoracic Society International Conference, Denver, CO : 2015.
Kassutto SM: “Approach to the Rapid Response.” In: A Resident-led Nocturnal Curriculum iCollaborative : 2015.