Dr. Shandro is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and the Co-Director of the required EM clerkship. She has been dedicated to emergency medicine education for over a decade, developing innovative ways to deliver engaging curricula. She has received numerous teaching awards from residents and medical students, and her teaching sessions include broadly applicable and engaging topics such as “Teaching on Shift: Ways to Connect with Every Level of Learner.”

Dr. Shandro is also engaged with medical student advising, and serves on the Student Advising Task Force for CORD, collaborating with other like-minded educators across the country. She is an advocate for increased transparency and humanity in the residency application process for all parties.

Additionally, she has a background in injury prevention and public health, and has worked on projects and policies addressing substance use disorders and human trafficking from the emergency physician’s perspective.

Speaking Topics

  • Medical Education (Simulation, FOAM, Innovations)
  • Health Policy (Injury Prevention, Intimate Partner Violence, Public Health)