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Jeremy Curtis Smalley, M.D.
Assistant of Orthopaedic Surgery
Research Interests: Medical Informatics Innovation; Clinical Outcomes Research; Rotator Cuff Disorders
Jeremy Smalley, M.D., is a Shoulder and Elbow Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He is also a trained orthopaedic surgeon who has been consistently recognized for his accomplishments as a physician, educator and medical team member.
Dr. Smalley has received numerous awards, including Physician of the Month – an award generally reserved for faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina – for his approachability and unwavering humanistic motivation that translates into patient-centric encounters for every person entrusted to his care.
Dr. Smalley also has an interest in medical informatics innovation and clinical outcomes research.
- Assistant of Orthopaedic Surgery
Departments / Divisions
- Orthopaedic Surgery - Shoulder Surgery
- MD, Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine (2011)
- Medical University of South Carolina Health / Orthopaedic Surgery (2016)
- Pending/Scheduled / Orthopedic Surgery
Research & Publications
Selected PublicationsView all on Pubmed
Field L.C., McEvoy M.D., Smalley J.C., Clark C.A., McEvoy M.B., Rieke H., Nietert P.J., Furse C.M. Use of an electronic decision support tool improves management of simulated in-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2014 Vol. 85, Issue 1, pp 138-142.
McEvoy, M.D., Field, L.C., Moore, H.E., Smalley, J.C., Nietert, P.J., Scarbrough, S.H. The effect of adherence to ACLS protocols on survival of event in the setting of in-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2014 Vol 85, issue 1, pp. 82 – 87.
McEvoy M.D., Smalley J.C., Nietert P.J., et al. Validation of a detailed scoring checklist for use during advanced cardiac life support certification. Simul Healthcare: J Soc Simul Healthcare. 2012;7:222–235
Activities & Honors
- House Staff Clinical Instructor of the Year, Golden Apple, 2015
- Physician of the Month, Medical University of South Carolina, 2015
- Resident Travel Grant, Southern Orthopaedic Association, 2015
- Humanism & Excellence in Teaching Award, A. P. Gold Foundation, 2015
- Teacher of the Month, MUSC GME Faculty Excellence Awards, 2013
- Medical Student Fellow, Telluride Patient Safety Symposium, 2011
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2011
- Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship - Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, 2016
Videos & Media
Lectures and Presentations
An App Provides Reliable Finger Measurement Faster Than A Goniometer
oral presentation , Annual Meeting (01/02/2016)
American Association of Hand Surgeons
MRI Utilization For Rotator Cuff Tears By PCPs And Orthopaedists
oral presentation , Annual Meeting (01/04/2015)
Southern Orthopaedic Association
The Effects of Didactic and In-situ High Fidelity Training in the Management of Perioperative Medical Urgencies on Orthopaedic Resident Performance and Comfort level in a standardized Patient Scenario
poster presentation , Annual Meeting (01/10/2012)
Use of a Cognitive Aid App on a Handheld Device Significantly Improved Management of In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest by Senior Medical Students during High-Fidelity Simulation Training
poster presentation , Annual Meeting (01/05/2010)
American Society of Anesthesiologists
A Novel Cognitive Aid Significantly Improves Novice Performance During Simulated In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
abstract and poster presentation , Annual Meeting (01/03/2010)
Society for Simulation in Health Care