Jared Strote
Associate Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine
Sites of Practice: 
Harborview Medical Center
University of Washington Medical Center

Faculty Information

Biography

Jared Strote has been an emergency physician at the UW Montlake Campus and Harborview for over 17 years. His primary educational focus is medical student education: finding effective ways for student doctors to learn the management of emergent clinical presentations while at the same time providing the best possible care for our patients.

Dr. Strote’s research interests are broad but his primary focus has been on minimizing risk of injury or death during law enforcement encounters where force is used. He works with the Seattle Police Department and the Department of Criminology at Seattle University analyzing police practices, injury patterns, and outcomes.

Dr. Strote also serves on two FEMA Urban Search and Rescue teams, on the national Incident Support Team as a Medical Officer and on the Washington State Task Force as Medical Manager.

Education & Training: 
MD
Harvard Medical School
Cambridge, MA
1999
Internship and Residency
Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency Program
Stanford, CA
2002
MS, Neurobiology
Duke University
Durham, NC
1994
Contact
Mailing Address: 

Harborview Medical Center
Box 359702
325 Ninth Avenue
Seattle WA 98104-2499

Research & Clinical Interests
Research Interests: 

Law Enforcement Use of Force Injuries

Excited Delirium

ED care of incarcerated/arrested patients

Medical Student Education

Clinical Interests: 

Excited delirium

Disaster medicine

Publications
Publications: 

Strote J, Walsh M, Auerbach D, Burns T, and Maher P. Medical Conditions and Restraint in Patients Suffering From Excited Delirium, American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2014;32:1093-6.

Strote J, Verzemnieks E, and Walsh M. Emergency Department Documentation of Alleged Excessive Use of Force. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 2013;34(4):363-5.

Strote J, Verzemnieks E, Walsh, M, and Hutson R. Use of force by law enforcement: An evaluation of safety and injury. Journal of Trauma, 2010;69:1288-93.

Strote J, Walsh M, Basta, A, Angelidis, M, and Hutson R. Conducted electrical weapon use by law enforcement: an evaluation of safety and injury. Journal of Trauma, 2010;68(5):1239-46.

Hutson HR, Anglin D, Rice P, Demetrios K, Guirguis M, and Strote J. Excessive use of force by law enforcement officers: A survey of academic emergency physicians. Emergency Medicine Journal 2009;26:20-2.