Jason Kegg, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Director of Simulation-Based Education

    About me

    - Academic interests: EMS, Simulation, TEMS/SOM, Austere medicine, Resuscitation

    - What you enjoy most about the program: Our amazing residents, staff, faculty, and clinical partners

    - Favorite things to do in Springfield: Spend time with my family, my kids' fine arts events, trail walks/hikes, golf, swimming

    - Certifications

    • Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Instructor

    • Trauma Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Instructor

    • Stop The Bleed (STB) Bleeding Control Instructor

    • Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE)

    Gender

    Male

    Education & training

    Positions
    Emergency Medicine Physician
    Board Certifications
    American Board of Emergency Medicine
    Medical School
    SIU School of Medicine, Springfield, IL
    Undergraduate Degree
    Olivet Nazarene University
    Residency
    Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN

    Publications

    Chinmay Patel, Jason Kegg, Myto Duong, Cassie Jaeger, David Griffen. “Emergency Medicine Resident Acceptance and Perception of Parental Involvement in a Simulated Diagnostic Error Curriculum.”

    • Great Plains Regional Meeting of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Iowa City, IA
    • Midwest Healthcare Quality Alliance Symposium, Springfield, IL
    • Dept. of Surgery Resident Research and Quality Outcomes Day

    Chinmay Patel, Jason Kegg, Myto Duong, Cassie Jaeger, David Griffen. “Emergency Medicine Resident Retention of a Simulation Based Education Program on Kawasaki Disease with Parental Involvement.”

    • Great Plains Regional Meeting of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Iowa City, IA
    • Midwest Healthcare Quality Alliance Symposium, Springfield, IL

    J. Kegg MD, R. Austin MD, J. dela Cruz MD, C. Patel DO, A. Helmerichs RN, M. Helmerichs RN, Z. Norman RN. “Use of Multidisciplinary Simulation to Improve Communication Skills, Interpersonal Relationships, and Job Satisfaction in Emergency Medicine Residents.”

    • Podium presentation at 2018 International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA
    • Poster presented at 2017 International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, Fl
    • Great Plains Regional Meeting of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Iowa City, IA
    • Midwest Healthcare Quality Alliance Symposium, Springfield, IL

    Kegg, J. dela Cruz, J. Waymack, J. Howe, K. Galanos, K. Jaeger, C. “Bridging the Gap – Collaborative and Simulated Mortality and Morbidity Conferences.”

    • Submitted to Simulation in Helathcare as SID-D-16-00120, in revision

    Kegg J, dela Cruz J, Fulks T, Jain J, Jaeger C.  “A Low-Cost, Reusable Ultrasound Pericardiocentesis Simulation Model with Anatomical Landmarks Offering Both Subxiphoid and Parasternal Long Viewing."

    • Submitted to Simulation in Healthcare as SIH-D-16-00105, currently in revision
    • Presented at 2017 International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, Fl

    Pearson D, Bond M, Kegg J, Pillow T, Hopson L, Cooney R, Garg M, Khadpe J, Runyon M, Patterson L. "Evaluation of Social Media Use by Emergency Medicine Residents and Faculty."

    • Physician Weekly

    Leuck, J. Pearson, D. Clarke, S. Swaminathan, A. Mahoney, H. Medwid, K. Kegg, J. Byars, D. Getto, L. Turner, J. Cooper, D. Bullard, M. Anderson, W.  “A Comparison of Evaluation Metrics for High-Fidelity ACLS-Based Simulation Cases for PGY-1 and PGY-3 Level Emergency Medicine Residents: A Pilot Study.”

    • Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare: Dec 2013- Vol 8 – Issue 6 – pp. 558-559.

    Pearson D, Bond M, Kegg J, Pillow T, Hopson L, Cooney R, Garg M, Khadpe J, Runyon M, Patterson L. "Evaluation of Social Media Use by Emergency Medicine Residents and
    Faculty."

    • Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

    Manis G., Pearson D, Bond M, Runyon M, Kegg J, Pillow T, Cooney R. “Institutional Risk of Social Media Utilization by Emergency Medicine Residents and Faculty.”

    • Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

    Pearson D, Cooney R, Bond MC, Nomura JT, Hayes A, Rosh A, Husain A, Garg M, Larrabee H, Carbera D, Inboriboon PC, Huecker M, Kanter M, Joshi N, Pillow T, Swaminathan A, Nouhan P, Velez L, Krzyzaniak A, Khadpe J, Kegg J, Ahn J. “Recommendations from the Council of Residency Directors (CORD) Social Media Committee on the Role of Social Media in Residency Education and Strategies on Implementation.”

    • Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

    Lopez, R., Kegg, J.  Book Chapter – “A 94-year-old Female with Altered Mental Status” 

    Resident Readiness, Emergency Medicine.  McGraw Hill Education; pp: 359-362.

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    Lopez, R., Kegg, J.  Book Chapter – “An Earthquake Strikes a Medium-sized City” 

    Resident Readiness, Emergency Medicine.  McGraw Hill Education; pp: 363-370.

    Cianciolo, A.  Kegg, J.  “Behavioral Specifications of the Entrustment Process”

    • Journal of Graduate Medical Education

    Pillow, M., Hopson, L., Hernandez, V., Kegg, J., Pearson, D., Sule, H. et al. "Social Media Guidelines and Best Practices - Recommendations from the Council of Residency Directors (CORD) Social Media Taskforce"

    • Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

    dela Cruz, J., Shabosky, J., Albrecht, M., Clark, T., Milbrandt, J., Kegg, J., Markwell, S.

    ”A Comparison of Typed and Voice Recognition Data Entry for Electronic Health Record Charting: The Effect on Emergency Department Physician Time Utilization and Interruptions.”

    • Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

    McDowell, C., Griffen, D., Kegg, J.  “Identifying Performance Problems Early in Residency.”

    • Austin Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

    Leuck, J., Clarke, S., Pearson, D., Kegg, J., Byars, D., Medwid, K., Mahoney, H., et al. “Establishing Baseline Performance of PGY-1 and PGY-3 Emergency Medicine Residents on High-Fidelity Simulation Cases Concerning Cardiac Dysrhythmias.”

    • Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

    Leuck, J., Clarke, S., Pearson, D., Kegg, J., Byars, D., Medwid, K., Mahoney, H., et al. “Establishing Baseline Performance of PGY-1 and PGY-3 Emergency Medicine Residents on High-Fidelity Simulation Cases Concerning Cardiac Dysrhythmias.”

    • 2013 Council of EM Residency Directors Meeting

    Awards

    Excellence in Teaching Award;  SIU Department of Surgery,  2011

    Excellence in Teaching Award;  SIU Department of Surgery,  2016