Medical Education Fellow
Dr. Guth is the University of Colorado Department of Emergency Medicine’s first medical education fellow. He is currently completing his two year fellowship working clinically as an instructor at the University of Colorado while being enrolled as a scholar within the Masters of Health Professions Education Program at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Dr. Guth serves as the Academic Affairs Representative on the Board of Directors of the Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association (EMRA) and as a resident representative liaison to the Council of Residency Program Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD) and the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM). At the University of Colorado, Dr. Guth co-directs the teaching rotation for emergency medicine residents and serves as the fellow representative to the Board of Directors of the Academy of Medical Educators.
Dr. Guth’s educational interests span both graduate and undergraduate medical education. His primary research focus involves the use of clinical teaching scripts to promote clinical reasoning and medical decision making but is also interested in evidence based medicine, medical errors, patient safety, curriculum development and student /resident assessment.