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Sarah Greenberger

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentEmergency Medicine, College of Medicine
DivisionEmergency Medicine Faculty
Address4301 W.Markham
Mail Slot # 584
Little Rock AR 72205
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    Sarah Greenberger is an Associate Professor and the Residency Program Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine.  She completed her undergraduate studies at Swarthmore College, earning a degree in psychology, before attending medical school at Case Western Reserve University.  She completed her residency training in emergency medicine at Orlando Regional Medical Center in Florida.  After residency, she worked for several years at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Virginia.  In 2011, she joined the faculty at The Ohio State University, where she served as an Assistant and Associate Program Director from 2011 to 2017.  She joined UAMS in July 2017 as an Associate Residency Program Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine. In 2019, she became the Residency Program Director. She currently serves as an ABEM oral board examiner and is active in graduate medical education nationally through CORD, SAEM, and ACEP.  Her academic interests include graduate medical education, remediation, wellness, obesity, and diversity in medicine.


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    Residency Program Director

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    Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PAB.A.Psychology
    Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OHM.D.

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    1. Norvell JG, Baker AM, Carlberg DJ, Diller D, Dziedzic JM, Finnell JT, Greenberger S, Kessler C, Lo BM, Moungey BM, Schiller E, Walter LA. Does academic practice protect emergency physicians against burnout? J Am Coll Emerg Physicians Open. 2021 Feb; 2(1):e12329. PMID: 33521781.
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    2. Greenberger SM, Finnell JT, Chang BP, Garg N, Quinn SM, Bird S, Diercks DB, Doty CI, Gallahue FE, Moreira ME, Ranney ML, Rives L, Kessler CS, Lo B, Schmitz G. Changes to the ACGME Common Program Requirements and Their Potential Impact on Emergency Medicine Core Faculty Protected Time. AEM Educ Train. 2020 Jul; 4(3):244-253. PMID: 32704594.
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    3. Kman NE, Werman HA, Greenberger SM. In Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide. Tintinalli JE, Ma O, Yealy DM, Meckler GD, Stapczynski J, Cline DM, Thomas SH (eds.). Disorders Presenting Primarily with Diarrhea. 2019.
    4. Le Parc JM, Bischof JJ, King AM, Greenberger S, Way DP, Panchal AR, Finnegan GI, Terndrup TE. A Randomized Comparison of In-hospital Rescuer Positions for Endotracheal Intubation in a Difficult Airway. West J Emerg Med. 2018 Jul; 19(4):660-667. PMID: 30013701.
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    5. King AM, Mayer C, Barrie M, Greenberger S, Way DP. Replacing Lectures with Small Groups: The Impact of Flipping the Residency Conference Day. West J Emerg Med. 2018 Jan; 19(1):11-17. PMID: 29383050.
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    6. Gorgas D, Greenberger S, McGrath JL, Way DP, Donley C. Development of a Head and Neck Regional Anesthesia Task Trainer for Emergency Medicine Learners. Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine. 2017; 2(2).
    7. King A, Matheson E, San Miguel C, Greenberger S, Barrie M, McGrath J, Werman H, Panchal A, Martin D, Bahner D, Khandelwal S, Mitzman J. Novel Emergency Medicine Curriculum Utilizing Self-Directed Learning and the Flipped Classroom Method: Gastrointestinal Emergencies Small Group Module. Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine. 2017; 2(1):C27-43.
    8. King A, Greenberger S, Prats M, Boulger C, Tyransky A, Thompson L, Kman N, Leung C, Mitzman J, Barrie M, Khandelwal S, San Miguel C. Novel Emergency Medicine Curriculum Utilizing Self-Directed Learning and the Flipped Classroom Method: Psychiatric Emergencies Small Group Module. Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine. 2017; 2(3).
    9. King A, Yu J, Conroy M, Cooper R, Mitzman J, Kaide C, Greenberger S, Khandelwal S, Barrie M. A Formalized Three-Year Emergency Medicine Residency Musculoskeletal Emergencies Curriculum. Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine. 2017; 2(1):C12-22.
    10. McGrath JL, Bischof JJ, Greenberger S, Bachmann DJ, Way DP, Gorgas DL, Kman NE. 'Speed advising' for medical students applying to residency programs: an efficient supplement to traditional advising. Med Educ Online. 2016; 21:31336. PMID: 27056564.
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    11. King A, Tyransky A, Coffman A, Greenberger S, Panchal A, Bahner DP, Khandelwal S, Boulger C. A Formalized Three-Year Emergency Medicine Residency Ultrasound Education Curriculum. Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine. 2016; 1(2):C1-13.
    12. Gorgas DL, Greenberger S, Bahner DP, Way DP. Teaching Emotional Intelligence: A Control Group Study of a Brief Educational Intervention for Emergency Medicine Residents. West J Emerg Med. 2015 Nov; 16(6):899-906. PMID: 26594287.
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    13. Werman HA, Greenberger S, Kman N. In Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine (6th edition), Wolfson AB (ed.). Inflammatory Bowel Disease. 2015.
    14. Garey ML, Greenberger S, Werman HA. Ruptured splenic artery aneurysm in pregnancy: a case series. Air Med J. 2014 Sep-Oct; 33(5):214-7. PMID: 25179954.
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    15. Greenberger S, Werman HA. Trauma Reports. Obesity in Trauma Care. 2014; 15(2).
    16. Boulger C, Greenberger S. Annals of Emergency Medicine. Inexpensive Low-Fidelity Simulator for Epistaxis Management Training. 2013; 62(5):S180.
    17. Gorgas D, Greenberger S, Way D. Annals of Emergency Medicine. A Brief Educational Intervention Designed to Affect Emotional Intelligence Score in Emergency Medicine Residents. 2013; 62(5):S174.
    18. Bernard AW, Gorgas D, Greenberger S, Jacques A, Khandelwal S. The use of reflection in emergency medicine education. Acad Emerg Med. 2012 Aug; 19(8):978-82. PMID: 22818356.
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    19. Thundiyil JG, Christiano-Smith D, Greenberger S, Cramm K, Latimer-Pierson J, Modica RF. Trimming the fat: identification of risk factors associated with obesity in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2010 Oct; 26(10):709-15. PMID: 20881910.
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    20. Rosenberg M, Greenberger S, Rawal A, Latimer-Pierson J, Thundiyil J. Comparison of Broselow tape measurements versus physician estimations of pediatric weights. Am J Emerg Med. 2011 Jun; 29(5):482-8. PMID: 20825816.
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    21. Benton WC, Williams TE, Greenberger S. A Snapshot Analysis of the Profitability of America’s Most Successful Hospitals. The Leading Edge. 2006; 3(4).
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