Taketo Watase, MD, MBA

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Position Title: 
Acting Instructor
Administrative Title: 
Clinical Data Analyst: ED Operations
Medical School: 
Nagoya University School of Medicine, 2003
Internship: 
Postgraduate Medical Education Program, Kainan Hospital, 2005
Internship, Nagoya Ekisaikai Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine, 2007
Residency: 
Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University, 2010
Fellowship: 
Emergency Medicine Administrative Fellowship, Oregon Health and Science University, 2012
Other Education: 
MBA, Healthcare, Oregon Health and Science University/Portland State University, 2012
Board Certification: 
American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2011
Academic Interests: 
Clinical Operations
Quality Improvement
Japanese Emergency Medicine
Recent Publications: 
Watase, T. The Fundamental Pathophysiology of Shock. Resident, April 2014; Vol.7 No.4: 31-36.
Watase T, Yarris LM, Fu R, and Handel DA. Educating Emergency Medicine Residents in Emergency Department Administration and Operations: Needs and Current Practice. Journal of Graduate Medical Education In-Press (Published Online: September 26, 2014). Replace “Watase, T. The Impact of an ED-only Full Capacity Protocol. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. November 2011: 17.
Watase T, Fu R, Foster D, Langley D, Handel DA. The Impact of an ED-only Full-Capacity Protocol. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2012 Oct;30(8):1329-35. 3. Watase, T. The Fundamental Pathophysiology of Shock, Resident, April 2014; Vol.7 No.4: 31-36. 4. Watase, T. Frequently Encountered Fractures in the ED, ER Magazine, December 2014, Vol. 11, No. 3: 505-512.
Watase, T. Looking into The Great Eastern Japan Earthquake from Abroad. Journal of Emergency Medical Services (Japanese). December 2011; 112 (19): 60-64.