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Associate Director, Medical Student Education, Division of Hospital Medicine

Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

513-636-0409

Board Certified

My Biography & Research

Biography

As a pediatric hospitalist, I ensure that patients and families understand their treatment plans using plain language. I work with patients admitted to the hospital for general pediatric illnesses.

I focus my interactions with patients on making the family the center of care. This approach means working with a patient’s entire medical care team to listen to the family’s concerns and answer all questions.

In my several educator roles with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, I teach future doctors how to work with patients. Students learn how to make families the center of care and why that’s essential.

My career as a doctor runs in the family. My mother was a nurse and my father, a physician.

I’m honored to be the recipient of several awards for my work, including:

  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Senior Resident Division Teaching Award
  • John M. Eisenberg patient safety and quality award from The Joint Commission
  • Best Abstract Award for 2018 American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition Section on Critical Care: Impact of an Immersive Virtual Reality Curriculum on Medical Student
  • Clinical Assessment of Infants with Respiratory Distress (Zackoff, M.; Real, J.; Guiot, A.; Lehmann, C.; Tegtmeyer, K.; Klein, M.)

In my free time, I enjoy nature walks, working out and movies.

Academic Affiliation

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Divisions

Hospital Medicine, Hospital Medicine



Blog Posts

14 Reasons to Call Your Newborn’s Doctor

BlogHealthy LivingHealthy Living

14 Reasons to Call Your Newborn’s Doctor

By Dr. Amy Guiot1/10/2018

Minor Illnesses: When Should I Keep My Child Home From School?

BlogHealthy LivingHealthy Living

Minor Illnesses: When Should I Keep My Child Home From School?

By Dr. Amy Guiot10/5/2016

When Wheezing Is Worrisome

BlogSafety and Prevention

When Wheezing Is Worrisome?

By Dr. Amy Guiot2/12/2014

My Education

BA: Brown University, Providence, RI, 1989.

MD: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, 1993.

Residency: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1996.

Certification: Pediatrics, 1996, 2003.

My Publications

Impact of an Immersive Virtual Reality Curriculum on Medical Students' Clinical Assessment of Infants with Respiratory Distress. Zackoff, MW; Real, FJ; Sahay, RD; Fei, L; Guiot, A; Lehmann, C; Tegtmeyer, K; Klein, M. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2020; 21:477-485.

A Balanced Approach: Meeting the Needs of Medical Students and Faculty Educators in Pediatrics. Patel, SJ; Farrell, L; DeBlasio, D; Bolger, AK; Brady, JM; Sheanon, NM; Guiot, AB; Lehmann, C; Real, FJ. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2019; 215:4-6.

Patient safety after implementation of a coproduced family centered communication programme: multicenter before and after intervention study. Khan, A; Spector, ND; Baird, JD; Ashland, M; Starmer, AJ; Rosenbluth, G; Garcia, BM; Litterer, KP; Rogers, JE; Dalal, AK; et al. BMJ: British Medical Journal. 2018; 363:k4764-k4764.

An Infant with Tachypnea and Failure to Thrive. Ostermeier, A; Girdwood, ST; Jerardi, K; Guiot, A. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2018; 203:459-459.e1.

Educational Added Value Unit: Development and Testing of a Measure for Educational Activities. Guiot, AB; Kirkendall, ES; Gosdin, CH; Shah, SS; DeBlasio, DJ; Meier, KA; O'Toole, JK. Hospital Pediatrics. 2017; 7:675-681.

Variation in the Inpatient Management of Pediatric Anaphylaxis. Guiot, A; Ambroggio, L; Parker, M; Goodman, MA; Ramirez, LP; Lierl, M; Schuler, CL. Clinical Pediatrics. 2017; 56:1064-1067.

Families as Partners in Hospital Error and Adverse Event Surveillance. Khan, A; Coffey, M; Litterer, KP; Baird, JD; Furtak, SL; Garcia, BM; Ashland, MA; Calaman, S; Kuzma, NC; O'Toole, JK; et al. JAMA Pediatrics. 2017; 171:372-381.

Using Backward Design to Align the Core Clerkships with the EPAs. Baker, P; Lukin, L; Neel, R; Guiot, A. Medical Science Educator. 2016; 26:759-769.

Medical Management of Duodenum Inversum Presenting With Partial Proximal Intestinal Obstruction in a Pediatric Patient. Menchise, AN; Mezoff, EA; Lin, TK; Saeed, SA; Towbin, AJ; White, CM; Guiot, AB; Abu-El-Haija, M. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 2016; 62:e64-e65.

Local Pharmacy Partnership to Prevent Pediatric Asthma Reutilization in a Satellite Hospital. Sauers-Ford, HS; Moore, JL; Guiot, AB; Simpson, BE; Clohessy, CR; Yost, D; Mayhaus, DC; Simmons, JM; Gosdin, CH. Pediatrics. 2016; 137:e20150039-e20150039.