• Dr. Marjorie Lee White is a Professor in the School of Medicine, Departments of Pediatrics and Medical Education and in the School of Health Professions, Department of Health Services Administration. She is board certified in Pediatrics, Pediatric Critical Care and Pediatric Emergency Medicine and practices Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Children’s of Alabama. She was awarded a bachelor's in history and American studies from Princeton University. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). She also obtained her Master's in education from UAB and her Master's in Public and Private Management from Birmingham-Southern College. She is currently Vice President for Clinical Simulation, UAB Medicine and Assistant Dean for Clinical Simulation, UAB School of Medicine.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

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    2021 Why We Want Our Students to Learn about Poverty and Healthcare: Sharing Our Students' Experiences from Poverty Simulations.Health Communication.  1-5. 2021
    2021 Implementing a Large Scale Interprofessional Poverty Simulation 2021
    2021 Why We Want Our Students to Learn about Poverty and Health Care: Sharing Our Own Experiences from Poverty SimulationsHealth Communication2021
    2020 Faculty Reflections on Effective Strategies Utilized to Implement Simulation-Enhanced IPE for Future Health Care ProvidersClinical Simulation in Nursing.  46:22-29. 2020
    2020 Using AIDET® Education Simulations to Improve Patient Experience ScoresClinical Simulation in Nursing.  38:14-17. 2020
    2019 Effect of interprofessional (IP) faculty development on perceptions of IP collaboration and on IP behaviorsJournal of Interprofessional Care.  33:809-811. 2019
    2019 Students' Evaluations of Simulations in Dentistry: A Multiple Cohort Study at a U.S. Dental SchoolJournal of Dental Education.  83:1142-1150. 2019
    2019 Using healthcare simulation in space planning to improve efficiency and effectiveness within the healthcare systemHealth Systems.  8:184-189. 2019
    2019 Using simulation to teach biosafety and interprofessional principles to underrepresented students interested in healthcare professionsJournal of Best Practices in Health Professions Diversity.  12:46-57. 2019
    2019 Development of a Simulation-Based Interprofessional Teamwork Assessment ToolJournal of graduate medical education.  11:168-176. 2019
    2018 Acute Care for Elders (ACE) team model of care: A clinical overviewGeriatrics.  3. 2018
    2018 Learning About Poverty Through Simulation: A Pilot Evaluation 2018
    2017 Effectiveness of standardized patient simulations in teaching clinical communication skills to dental studentsJournal of Dental Education.  81:1179-1186. 2017
    2017 A Qualitative Examination of Physician Gender and Parental Status in Pediatric End-of-Life CommunicationHealth Communication.  32:903-909. 2017
    2016 Demonstrating Diagnostic Error in the Care of Simulated Pediatric InpatientsMedical Science Educator.  26:623-629. 2016
    2016 Physician Communication in Pediatric End-of-Life Care: A Simulation Study 2016
    2015 Learn, See, Practice, Prove, Do, Maintain: An Evidence-Based Pedagogical Framework for Procedural Skill Training in MedicineAcademic Medicine.  90:1025-1033. 2015
    2015 Improving cardiopulmonary resuscitation with a CPR feedback device and refresher simulations (CPR cares study) a randomized clinical trialJAMA Pediatrics.  169:137-144. 2015
    2014 Repeated versus varied case selection in pediatric resident simulation.Journal of graduate medical education.  6:275-279. 2014
    2014 A novel iterative-learner simulation model: fellows as teachers.Journal of graduate medical education.  6:127-132. 2014
    2014 Interprofessional simulation training improves knowledge and teamwork in nursing and medical students during internal medicine clerkshipJournal of Hospital Medicine.  9:189-192. 2014
    2014 The continued need for interprofessional collaboration and researchApplied Nursing Research.  27:95-96. 2014
    2013 Ventilator caregiver education through the use of high-fidelity pediatric simulators: A pilot studyClinical Pediatrics.  52:1038-1043. 2013
    2013 High-Fidelity Simulation Enhances Learning During a Third Year Medical Student Pediatric ClerkshipMedical Science Educator.  23:313-320. 2013
    2013 Topics in training: High-fidelity simulations for rthopaedic residents medical complications and systems challenges 2013
    2013 High-fidelity hybrid simulation of allergic emergencies demonstrates improved preparedness for office emergencies in pediatric allergy clinicsJournal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice.  1:608-617.e14. 2013
    2013 High-fidelity simulations for orthopaedic residents: medical complications and systems challenges. 2013
    2013 Utilizing high-fidelity crucial conversation simulation in genetic counseling training 2013
    2012 Herbal Marijuana Alternatives and Bath Salts-"Barely Legal" Toxic HighsClinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine.  13:283-291. 2012
    2012 Multidisciplinary Simulation in Pediatric Critical Care: The Death of a ChildCritical Care Nurse.  32:55-61. 2012
    2011 Pediatric intensive care simulation course: a new paradigm in teaching.Journal of graduate medical education.  3:81-87. 2011
    2010 Severe Contrast Reaction Emergencies. High-fidelity Simulation Training for Radiology Residents and Technologists in a Children's HospitalAcademic Radiology.  17:934-940. 2010
    2010 Improving Handoffs in the Emergency DepartmentAnnals of Emergency Medicine.  55:171-180. 2010
    2010 Use of simulation to enhance learning in a pediatric electiveAmerican Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.  74. 2010
    2009 Initiation of a pediatric mock code program at a children's hospitalMedical Teacher.  31. 2009
    2007 Off-label drug use in hospitalized childrenJAMA Pediatrics.  161:282-290. 2007


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    2014 Institutional review board 2014
    2014 Research in healthcare simulation 2014

    Education And Training

  • UAB Hospital, Internship
  • UAB Hospital, Residency
  • Childrens Hospital of Alabama, Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • Doctor of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2001
  • Full Name

  • Marjorie White