Ashley Rider works clinically as an attending in the Stanford Emergency Department. Her academic interests include simulation-based education at the UME/GME levels, procedural competence, interprofessional education, resuscitation team leadership, social emergency medicine, and quality improvement. To explore these interests she is completing a fellowship in Simulation Education within the Department of Emergency Medicine, and is simultaneously pursuing a Master of Education in the Health Professions (MEHP) at Johns Hopkins School of Education. She completed her training in emergency medicine at Highland Hospital in Oakland, CA.
- Emergency Medicine
Clinical Instructor, Emergency Medicine
Simulation Education Fellow, Department of Emergency Medicine (2019 - Present)
Residency: Highland Emergency Medicine Residency (2019) CA
Medical Education: Baylor College of Medicine Registrar (2015) TX
EM Residency, Highland Emergency Medicine (2019)
MD, Baylor College of Medicine (2015)