Meenal D. Sharkey, MD, FACEP

Assistant Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director, Clerkship Director

Hometown: Chichester, England
Medical School: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Residency: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Academic Interests: medical student education, resident education, wellness, diversity and inclusion
Hobbies: mom-ing, photography, baking, handlettering, crafting
AAMC iCollaborative for GroundED
Non Peer Reviewed Educational Resource

GroundED: An Adjunct for virtual learning for 3rd year Medical Students
Academic Life in Emergency Medicine, July 2020

Banishing Busy: A three part blog post for professional development
Co-Author with Brian Barbas, MD, Eric Blazer, MD, and Laryssa Patti, MD, blog post
Academic Life in Emergency Medicine, July 2020

Pocket Pimped: Emergency Medicine
Co-Author with Natasha Boydstun, DO and Andrew Kalnow, DO for In-Print Py =ublication
June 2020

Education Theory Made Practical: Prototype theory
Co-author with Mary Bing MD and Kimberely Schertzer, blog post
International Clinical Educators, March 2020

Peripartum Cardiomyopathy. “Babies Are Breaking My Heart!”
Co-Author with Natasha Boydstun, DO for In-Print Publication
Case Studies in Emergency Medicine: LEARNing Rounds: Learn, Evaluate, Adopt, Right Now
Colin G. Kaide and Christopher E. San Miguel editors, Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020, p 511-520

“Just-in-Time Training for Emergency Medicine Radial Arterial Line Placement”
Co-Author, blog post
Academic Life in Emergency Medicine, November 15, 2019

ED Stories: An Online Emergency Medicine Residency Community Building and Wellness Initiative.
Co-Author to Geoff Comp, DO FAWM
Cureus 11(8), August 2019
DOI: 10.7759/cureus.5405
Recognize a heart attack, lower risk for having one
Urbana Daily Newspaper, February 27, 2018

A Novel ED Based Observation Protocol For Non-Variceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Patients (abstract)
Co-Author to Mark Moseley, Maher Azzouz, Subrahmanyam Darbha, Benjamin Glasener, Daralee Hughes, Jeffrey Caterino
Academic Emergency Medicine, Volume 19, Issue Supplement s1, April 2012, Page S285

A Rare Cause for Acute Chest Pain in the Emergency Setting That Is Hard to Swallow
Case Reports in Emergency Medicine, vol. 2013, 2013.