Associate ProfessorDepartment of Emergency Medicine Associate Chair, Faculty Development and EducationDirector, Medical Education Research Fellowship Sites of Practice: Harborview Medical CenterUniversity of Washington Medical CenterFaculty Information Biography Dr. Ilgen serves as the Associate Chair for Faculty Development & Education and cares for patients in Harborview Medical Center Emergency Department. He directs the Medical Education Research Fellowship within the Department of Emergency Medicine and also provides longitudinal mentorship and instruction to medical students within UW School of Medicine Colleges program. Dr. Ilgen is a health professions education researcher, and his recent work has focused on how clinicians recognize, experience, and respond to uncertainty in their daily work. He serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Graduate Medical Education and is a founding member of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine’s Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design in Medical Education (ARMED MedEd) course. Education & Training: MDUniversity of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine2004 Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine ResidencyBrigham & Women's Hospital / Massachusetts General Hospital Emergency Medicine Education Research FellowshipOregon Health & Science University2010 Masters of Clinical ResearchOregon Health & Science University2010 Contact Email: email@example.comPhone: (206) 744-2992Mailing Address: Harborview Medical CenterBox 359702325 Ninth AvenueSeattle WA 98104-2499 Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: Heath Professions Education Clinical Reasoning/Uncertainty Assessment Active Grants: Title: Diagnostic error and decision support systems Dates: 18 months (2020-2022) Role: Co-Investigator PI: Matthew Sibbald, MD, PhD Sponsor: Physician Services Incorporated Foundation Total Costs: $154,000 Title: Development of a Unified System of Assessment and Predictive Learning Analytics Utilizing Entrustable Professional Activities Across Emergency Medicine Residency Programs Dates: 18 months (2020-2025) Role: Advisory Board Member PI: Holly Caretta-Weyer, MD & Stefanie Sebok-Syer, PhD Sponsor: American Medical Association “Reimagining Residency” Grant Total Costs: $1,250,000 Title: Evaluating rapid exemplar processing to improve diagnostic expertise Dates: 3 years (2019-2022) Role: Co-Investigator PI: Sandra Monteiro, PhD Sponsor: Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Medical Education Research Grant Total Costs: $221,522 Title: A qualitative exploration of trust and credibility judgements in educational podcasts Dates: 1 year (2019-2020) Role: Mentor, Co-Investigator PI: Jeffrey Riddell, MD Sponsor: Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine - Emergency Medicine Foundation (CORD-EMF) Total Costs: $25,000 Title: Implementation of a novel simulation-based ultrasound guided IV insertion curriculum to improve the quality and safety of patients with difficult IV access in the emergency department Dates: 1 year (2019-2020) Role: Co-Investigator PI: Ross Kessler, MD Sponsor: University of Washington Patient Safety and Quality Executive Committee Total Costs: $45,000 Clinical Interests: All things Emergency Medicine Publications PubMed: PubMed BibliographyPublications: See below for recent publications: Ilgen JS, Eva KW, Regehr G. What’s in a label? Is diagnosis the start or the end of clinical reasoning? J Gen Intern Med. 2016;31:435-7 Ilgen JS, Ma IWY, Hatala R, Cook DA. A systematic review of validity evidence for checklists versus global rating scales in simulation-based assessment. Med Educ. 2015; 49: 161–173. Ilgen JS, Bowen JL, McIntyre LA, Banh KV, Barnes D, Coates WC, Druck J, Fix ML, Rimple D, Yarris LM, Eva KW. Comparing Diagnostic Performance and the Utility of Clinical Vignette-Based Assessment Under Testing Conditions Designed to Encourage Either Automatic or Analytic Thought. Acad Med. 2013; 88:1545–1551. Ilgen JS, Sherbino J, Cook DA. Technology-Enhanced Simulation in Emergency Medicine: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Acad Emerg Med. 2013; 20(2):117-27. Ilgen JS, Humbert AJ, Kuhn G, Hansen ML, Norman GR, Eva KW, Charlin B, Sherbino J. Assessing diagnostic reasoning: A consensus statement summarizing theory, practice, and future needs. Acad Emerg Med. 2012; 19(12): 1454-1461. See Dr. Jonathan Ilgen's Google Scholar Page.