- Residency - Advocate Christ Medical Center (2002-2005), Emergency Medicine
- Medical School - UT Southwestern Medical School (1998-2002)
Christine Kulstad, M.D.
- Emergency Medicine
Christine Kulstad, M.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She serves as Co-Director of the Emergency Medicine Clerkship.
Dr. Kulstad earned her medical degree at UT Southwestern Medical School. She then completed a residency in emergency medicine at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Illinois, where she later served as Assistant Residency Director.
Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Kulstad joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2016.
Dr. Kulstad serves as a mentor for medical students and as a Director for the Frontiers in Medicine–Resuscitation course.
She is a member of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors, and the American College of Emergency Physicians.
- CORD-EM (2008-2018)
- SAEM (2006-2018)
- ACEP (2006-2018)
- Robert J. Doherty, MD, FACEP Teaching Fellowship Scholarship 2007, This scholarship covers tuition for the EMF/ACEP Teaching Fellowship, an intensive course in faculty development.
Thoracic and lumbar spine in Clinical Emergency Radiology
Olusola Balogun, Natalie Kmetuk, Christine Kulstad (2017), Cambridge University Press
- Thoracic and lumbar spine in Clinical Emergency Radiology
Evaluation of a modified early goal-directed therapy protocol.
Crowe CA, Mistry CD, Rzechula K, Kulstad CE The American journal of emergency medicine 2010 Jul 28 6 689-93
Congruency of disposition after emergency department intubation in a regional database.
Kerem Y, Omi EC, Kulstad CE, Kulstad EB Annals of emergency medicine 2015 Feb 65 2 232-3
An algorithm for transition of care in the emergency department.
Kessler C, Shakeel F, Gene Hern H, Jones JS, Comes J, Kulstad C, Gallahue FA, Burns BD, Knapp BJ, Gang M, Davenport M, Osborne B, Velez LI Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2013 Jun 20 6 605-10
Clinicopathological conference: a 42-year-old woman with respiratory distress, abdominal pain, and hypertension.
Kulstad C, D'Amore J Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2005 May 12 5 453-60
Kulstad CE, Carlson A Annals of emergency medicine 2004 Sep 44 3 281-2
The implementation of therapeutic hypothermia in the emergency department: a multi-institution case review.
Joseph D, Johnson SW, Joseph M, Seif D, Zareh M, Barnes D, Elliot A, Kochert E, Kulstad C, Nelson M, Riguzzi C, Slattery D, Henderson SO Therapeutic hypothermia and temperature management 2012 Sep 2 3 138-43
Therapeutic hypothermia protocol in a community emergency department.
Kulstad CE, Holt SC, Abrahamsen AA, Lovell EO The western journal of emergency medicine 2010 Sep 11 4 367-72
A rapid quantitative turbimetric d-dimer assay has high sensitivity for detection of pulmonary embolism in the ED.
Kulstad EB, Kulstad CE, Lovell EO The American journal of emergency medicine 2004 Mar 22 2 111-4
Assessing patient care: summary of the breakout group on assessment of observable learner performance.
Takayesu JK, Kulstad C, Wallenstein J, Gallahue F, Gordon D, Leone K, Kessler C Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2012 Dec 19 12 1379-89
Comparison of severity of illness scoring systems in the prediction of hospital mortality in severe sepsis and septic shock.
Crowe CA, Kulstad EB, Mistry CD, Kulstad CE Journal of emergencies, trauma, and shock 2010 Oct 3 4 342-7
Bisulfite-containing propofol: is it a cost-effective alternative to Diprivan for induction of anesthesia?
Shao X, Li H, White PF, Klein KW, Kulstad C, Owens A Anesthesia and analgesia 2000 Oct 91 4 871-5
A Survey of Handoff Practices in Emergency Medicine.
Kessler C, Shakeel F, Hern HG, Jones JS, Comes J, Kulstad C, Gallahue FA, Burns BD, Knapp BJ, Gang M, Davenport M, Osborne B, Velez LI American journal of medical quality : the official journal of the American College of Medical Quality 2013 Sep
Dizzy and confused: a step-by-step evaluation of the clinician's favorite chief complaint.
Kulstad C, Hannafin B Emergency medicine clinics of North America 2010 Aug 28 3 453-69
- Evaluation of a modified early goal-directed therapy protocol.