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Jason Moore, MD, MS

Associate Professor of Critical Care Medicine

Director, Critical Care – Internal Medicine Fellowship Program, Multidisciplinary Critical Care Training Program, Department of Critical Care Medicine

Dr. Jason Moore is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Critical Care Medicine and Director of the Critical Care Medicine / Internal Medicine fellowship. He is board certified in Critical Care Medicine and has been a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh since completing his CCM fellowship in 2004. Dr. Moore teaches a variety of topics to nurse practitioners, medical students, residents, and critical care fellows. As a clinician-educator within the department, he specializes in the design, development, and revision of educational curricula to optimize the learners’ experience. Dr. Moore completed his Masters degree in Medical Education in 2009. He is the director of the department’s Advanced Central Venous Catheter Placement course, which trains CCM fellows using both didactic material and simulation with partial task trainers. He is also the creator and co-director of the CCM Leadership and Professionalism course, which teaches critical care fellows the non-clinical knowledge and skills that are vital to success during the first years as an attending intensivist. More recent curricular accomplishments include the revision of the didactic curriculum for the Multidisciplinary Critical Care Training Program (MCCTP) and the development of a rigorous mentoring program for 2nd year MCCTP fellows.
Dr. Moore’s clinical and research interests include the process of inpatient triage and how novices in patient triage become experts. He is also interested in the ability to predict cardiopulmonary deterioration in hospitalized patients.

Education & Training

Degree

Year

Field

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY BA 1994 Biology
UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson, Medical School, Piscataway, NJ MD 1998 Medicine
Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC Resident 2001 Internal Medicine
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA Fellow 2004 Critical Care Medicine
University of Pittsburgh Medical School, Pittsburgh, PA MS 2009 Medical Education

 
 

Administrative Titles

 
2001-2002     Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C.  20010 Medical Co-Director,
Intermediate Care Unit
2003-2004
University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine
Department of Critical Care Medicine
Chief Fellow
Multidisciplinary Critical Care
Training Program
2005-2009 University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine Associate Program Director
Internal Medicine
Fellowship in Critical Care
2009-Present University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine Program Director
School of Medicine
Fellowship in Critical Care