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About Sickkids
About SickKids

Sanjay Mehta, MD, MEd, FRCPC, FAAP, FACEP

The Hospital for Sick Children
Staff Physician
Paediatric Emergency Medicine

University of Toronto
Assistant Professor
Paediatrics


Phone: 2386
Fax: 5043
Email: sanjay.mehta@sickkids.ca

Brief Biography

Certification:

1997 - MD – University of Calgary
2001 – Paediatrics – University of Toronto
2003 – MEd – University of Toronto
2004 – Paediatric Emergency Medicine – University of Toronto
2005 - Stepping Stones Teacher Training – University of Toronto

Committees:

  • Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada Pediatric Emergency Medicine Examination Planning Nucleus Committee, American College of Emergency Physicians Pediatrics Section, Pediatric Postgraduate Medical Education Committee, Department of Pediatrics Subspecialty Award Committee, Point-Of-Care Testing Advisory Group, Resuscitation Advisory Group, Chemical-Biological-Radiation-Nuclear Advisory Group, Education Research Interest Group, Trauma & Resuscitation Committee, Team Restructuring Committee, Urgent Care Committee, Emergency Department Information Services Committee, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Committee, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Conference Planning Committee, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Education Council

Current Interests:

  • Knowledge Translation
  • Trainee Education
  • Medical Informatics
  • APLS, PALS, PALS Instructor, NRP, ATLS, Procedural Sedation, Pediatric Pharmacotherapeutics, PEM Administration Course, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Procedures, Pediatric Assessment, EDSTAT, ASCM I & II & various other courses
  • Supervisor, Presenter, Mentor & Examiner for Fellows, Residents, Medical Students, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses & Paramedics in various venues

Achievements

2004
Pediatric Consultants Grant for Educational Research

2006
Lionel Weinstein Clerkship Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching, Runner-Up

2007
PAIRO Award for Clinical Excellence in Teaching, Runner-Up
James C. Fallis Teaching Award for Paediatric Emergency Medicine Staff Physician Presentation, Runner-Up

Publications

Research:

Jourd'Heuil D, Mehta S, Meddings J: Hemileaflet Susceptibility to Oxidative Damage in the Intestinal Brush-Border Membrane. American Journal of Physiology 1995: 268: pp 260-9.

Katz S, Mehta S, Lingard L, Tallett S: Residents' Involvement in Selection Process for Pediatric Residency Program. Annals of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada 2002: 35: pp 423-9.

Mehta S, Parkin P, Stephens D, Keogh K, Schuh S: Oxygen Saturation as a Predictor of Prolonged, Frequent Bronchodilator Therapy in Children with Acute Asthma. Journal of Pediatrics 2004: 145: pp 641-5.

Chapters:

Macphee S, Mehta S. Cheng A, Sivarajan VB, Williams B. (eds): Section I: Emergencies. In: HSC Handbook of Pediatrics. ed 10 Elsevier, Toronto 2003.