John Bedolla, MD, FACEP

Assistant Professor

1990 …2017
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Research Interests

An Interest in evidence-based decision-making has taken him to multiple research areas, including Grand Prix motorcycle racing, NIH sponsored head injury trials, cardiac arrests, cycling injuries, CT utilization, aortic dissections, diagnosis and treatment of hemostatic disorders, and imaging utilization.

Bio

Dr. John Bedolla is the Assistant Director of Research Education and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas. He was most recently a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and faculty at Parkland Memorial Hospital.

Dr. Bedolla holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Plan II Honors Program at University of Texas at Austin, and graduated from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and trained in Surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University and Emergency Medicine at St-Luke’s-Roosevelt in New York City.

He is a fellow of the Texas Leadership and Advocacy Program of the Texas College of Emergency Physicians, and is a member of multiple professional societies, including the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, the Society for Medical Decision Making, the American Stroke Society, the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management, and the International Council of Motorsports Sciences. Dr. Bedolla is a reviewer for the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine and received the “Reviewer of the Year” award in 2015. Dr. Bedolla combines his research with filmmaking, writing and directing 6 medical risk management videos per year. His videos are used in over 30 hospitals in Texas.

Dr. Bedolla has served in many leadership roles, including Medical Student Clerkship Director, Hospital Chief of Staff, Morbidity and Mortality Director, Peer Review Director and Physician Liaison for a state medical board. Currently, Dr. Bedolla is the Director of Risk Management for Emergency Service Partners, which has a volume of over 1.2 million patient visits per year. Dr. Bedolla is also Creator and Director of SafetyCoreTM, an evidence-based medical risk reduction program.

Dr. Bedolla’s clinical interests are in general emergency medicine with a focus on risk reduction through critical thinking and evidence-based decision-making.

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Research Output 1990 2017

Emergency Medicine Resident Assessment of the Emergency Ultrasound Milestones and Current Training Recommendations

Stolz, L. A., Stolz, U., Fields, J. M., Saul, T., Secko, M., Flannigan, M. J., Sheele, J. M., Rifenburg, R. P., Weekes, A. J., Josephson, E. B., Bedolla, J., Resop, D. M., dela Cruz, J., Boysen-Osborn, M., Caffery, T., Derr, C., Bengiamin, R., Chiricolo, G., Backlund, B., Heer, J. & 2 othersHyde, R. J. & Adhikari, S., Mar 1 2017, In : Academic Emergency Medicine. 24, 3, p. 353-361 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Emergency Medicine
Emergencies
Internship and Residency
Gestational Age
Ultrasonography
1 Citations

Elite Motorcycle Racing: Crash Types and Injury Patterns in the MotoGP Class

Bedolla, J., Santelli, J., Sabra, J., Cabanas, J. G., Ziebell, C. & Olvey, S., Sep 1 2016, In : American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 34, 9, p. 1872-1875 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Motorcycles
Wounds and Injuries
Confidence Intervals
Accidental Falls
Accidents
5 Citations

An open-label, pragmatic, randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of daptomycin versus vancomycin for the treatment of complicated skin and skin structure infection

Kauf, T. L., McKinnon, P., Corey, G. R., Bedolla, J., Riska, P. F., Sims, M., Jauregui-Peredo, L., Friedman, B., Hoehns, J. D., Mercier, R. C., Garcia-Diaz, J., Brenneman, S. K., Ng, D. & Lodise, T., Nov 7 2015, In : BMC Infectious Diseases. 15, 1, 503.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Daptomycin
Vancomycin
Randomized Controlled Trials
Skin
Infection

Diagnosis and management of urinary tract infections in the emergency department

Best, J., Kitlowski, A. D. A., Ou, D. & Bedolla, J., Jul 1 2014, In : Emergency medicine practice. 16, 7

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Urinary Tract Infections
Hospital Emergency Service
Infection
Urinary Tract
Emergencies

Heat illness in the emergency department: keeping your cool

Santelli, J., Sullivan, J. M., Czarnik, A. & Bedolla, J., Aug 1 2014, In : Emergency medicine practice. 16, 8

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hospital Emergency Service
Hot Temperature
Exanthema
Heat Stroke
Therapeutics